Feb 12, 2009


Here I use 2 roti es you can use how many you want
Onion finely sliced --- 1 no.
Red or green chilies 2 no. just slit chilies till half in to 4 and drop them in ice water for 10 min. to 1/2 hour
sprinkle some salt and black pepper powder on onion slices and mix with hand and keep them on a kitchen towle.
now fold the roti in to half circle and make a kone and make a twist with finger on the edges like a flower and put hand full sliced onion and chili flower and serve with any curry

FOR CHOW CHOW MASALA..............
chow chow ----- 1no
Onion ---- 1 big
Green chilies --- 2
Tomato --- 1 medium
Poppy seeds --- 1 tea sp
Dry coconut grated --- 1tab sp
ground nuts(peanuts) --- 1 tab sp
Garlic ---- 5 cloves
cashew nuts --- 4 no.
Dry roast nuts,poppy seeds,dry coconut add little water and grind with garlic in to a very smooth paste
Turmeri powder ---- 1/2 tea sp
Red chili powder --- 1 tea sp
Oil ---- 1 tab sp
Salt to taste
cloves --- 3 no.
Cinamon --- 1/2 inch pieces --2
Cardamom --- 3 no.
cumin seeds --- 1 tea sp

Peel, wash and cut chow chow in to small cubes, and peel and chop onion and green chilies.Wash and chop tomato
Heat oil in a pan add clove, cinamon, cardamom, cumin and let them popup then add chopped onion, greenchilli es and fry till onion become soft.now add chopped tomato and cook till tomato become soft.
Then add chow chow pieces and salt to taste,Turmeric powder, Red chili powder and ground paste mix well and let it cook in there water in a very low flame till oil leaves from the sides of the pan.Stir in between.
Now add 1 cup water mix well and cook till vegetable become tender.mix well and remove from heat.
Serve hot with roti.
Enjoy your meal.


Srikitchen said...

wow! that was a lovely presentation!
roti flowers are really so nice!

Anonymous said...

Wow,Rekha,thats an excellent idea with Roti..your masala looks real spicy and drools

Deepthi Shankar said...

what what a nicw way of serving .. loved the chow chow masala too

Adlak's tiny world said...

Wonderful presentation.. those roties looks like a beautiful flowers... masala also awesome dear.. hm enna creative mind da unaku... lovely lovely...

FH said...

Yummy! Love Chow chows. Send it to "Made for Each other" event! :)

Kannada Cuisine said...

Very since way of serving....ingenious

sriharivatsan said...

G8 work, lovely presentation...Loos inviting and very much tempting too..

KALVA said...

Lovely presentation.. Love chow chow in any which way.. Nice blog!!

Pavithra Kodical said...

You are very creative Rekha..Spicy and delicious Chow chow masala. Good one :)

Cham said...

Another inviting presentation with chow chow masala

Varsha Vipins said...

Lovely presentation n thanks for the tips..:)

Usha said...

Beautiful presentation Rekha, looks so pretty :-)

Preety said...

fun presentation..love it

Recipeswap said...

lovely click Rekha....

Unknown said...

wow..you have presented it so well..looks nice..

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Nithya Praveen said...

He he this is so cool...very attractive.A best way to make kids eat rotis.Good one Rekha:)

Vibaas said...

that looks so beautiful :)

Pooja said...

Presentation is eye catchy.Curry is looking great.