Chilli Nan

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 A total buzy Easter long weekend!! Full of activites and actions… Played my first Wii game …. and had a tournament….  We had friends visiting us and we too visited a few…Highlight of this long weekend .. was the Disco Nite at home… It was truely rocking!!
Apologies for not visiting any blogs because of the hols …. Am back with a zing… now and catching up…
I had a couple of new dishes on the card ..Worth mentioning was Chilli Soya… Quite Different from this. .. and quite healthy!!  Also prepared Kozhakattai for lord Ganesha.. Though I have posted the recipe earlier  , my pics were totally amateurish…. It was my first recipe for any event too !!Have updated… it… with my new clicks..

My inspiration for this recipe is Chilli Parotta from Raks Kitchen 🙂 . Since I do not buy parotta’s , I went on with Garlic and Coriander nan’s as the base. After I made this delicacy , I asked my guests on 2 different occasions as to what is the dish….Hardly anyone cud  get it right… But all of them felt it was exciting n tasty.

INGREDIENTS:

Mini Garlic Coriander Nan6 Nos
Onions2 Nos
Green Pepper1 Nos
Grated Ginger1 tsp
Garlic3-4 pods
Chopped Green Chillies2 Nos
Turmeric Powder1 tsp
Coriander Powder1 tsp
Cumin Powder1 tsp
Red Chilli Powder1 tsp
Garam masala powder1/2 tsp
Double Concentrated Tomato Puree2 Tblspn
Hot & Sweet Sauce2 Tsp
Tomato Sauce1 tsp
Soya Sauce1 tblspn
Oil2 Tsp
Cumin Seeds1/2 Tsp
Spring Onion1 Nos
Coriander Leaves1/4 Cup
SaltTo Taste

DIRECTIONS:

  • First pop the Nan’s in the toaster just like the bread . Once it pops out , spread salted butter over it and chop them into small pieces with the scissor. Repeat the procedure with the rest of the nan’s.
  • Chop Onions into small cubes & green peppers lengthwise.. I would say how ever u like.. . 
  • In the meanwhile , heat oil in a wok , pop in some cumin seeds .Once they splutter drop ginger,garlic & green chillies . Once garlic gets slightly brown , add in Onions n Peppers. Saute for just 2 minutes..
  •  Key is that .. the vegies have to be crunchy. Now add in all the powders , tomato puree , hot & chilli sauce, tomato sauce & soya sauce. Saute for another 1 min .
  • Add in all the chopped Nan’s & mix well .
  • Garnish with Chopped Coriander leaves n Chopped Spring Onions. Chilli Nan is ready to be served in 30 minutes.

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Comments (44)

  • my favourite recipe…..cute click

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  • Sooo spicy and delicious…

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  • so very innovative.. am trying it for sure.. bookmarked..

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  • Looks so colourful and delicious.

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  • Tempting and delicious. Nice and wonderful click

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  • The chilli Naan looks splendid!

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  • Nice one Sandy, looks so good. No wonder ur friends njoyed it.

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  • btw awesome clicks dea…

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  • yumm..sure it looks like a winner 🙂 seems like you got a new camera..which one did you get Sandy ?

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  • nice idea dear! looks so tempting

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  • very yum and delicious.

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  • looks awesome … I like anything that starts with name chilly .This is definitely a different dish

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  • Lovely recipe….worth a try.

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  • Looks yummy to indulge in straight in.Your thoughts on using roti as base?

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  • Delicious… seems super easy.. will have to give it a try one of these days..

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  • thanks u gals 🙂
    @ gulmohar: its a canon eos 500D
    i have 2 lens : upto 55mm & 55-250mm

    my h got me this camera in jan for my anniversary!

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  • @ AMA's AnythingVegetarian :

    Roti… nah… Instead u could make paratha's with roti and try it !!

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  • Gr8 recipe Sandhya,will definitely try…

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  • Wonderful recipe and a nice click..

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  • delicious tempting and inviting.

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  • Tasty recipe.Would certainly give a try.

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  • Such a fantastic and truly inviting..

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  • Mmmmm yummy and super delicious chilli naan.. awesome click as well.

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  • mouthwatering.

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  • Very interesting dish, looks lovely and inviting !

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  • Cool Idea,nice improvisations and wonderful click Sandhya! cool,me too will try now ur version 🙂 Thanks for mentioning abt my blog 🙂

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  • looks delicious…am tempted to have kothu parota something similar to this which I have not had for a long time…

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  • This does look awesome ! Very beautiful clicks, I guess we can prepare this of leftover Parathas too !

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  • hey what a click..totally delicious..looks so tasty and such a innovative idea..

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  • yummy looking recipe with beautiful click.

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  • nice recipe…sandhya…yumm n spicy looking…

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  • @ Raks : I would definitely mention ,if It has given me an inclination to try them… Your Chilli Parotta is so cool.. I have never eaten that before…

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  • Chili soya looks so good Sandhya..great dish :).. regarding the tomato chutney recipe in my blog, I'll post that recipe soon dear and will let you know dear, take care.

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  • Even we were planning to try Rak's recipe.. now we have 2 🙂 loved ur version of recipe too…

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  • Very innovative and looks colorful

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  • Gorgeous Pic and teriffic Chili Naan, am drooling here.

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  • Sandhya,,first time here dear you got nice blog with nice recipes… here chilli naan sounds great n different one dear usually we have chilli parota here chilli naan good try with creative idea in cooking,, good go ahead dear…am glad to follow ur blog Sandhya.

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  • Hi Sandhya
    Thanks for dropping in to my blog.
    Even i loved ur blog too.U will find me in your follower list now.

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  • First time in your blog……very nice!!
    I'll come back soon…..

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  • Now that looks yummy!

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  • Know what Sandhya, I made a similar one yesterday and we call it Poori manchurian. Just the same recipe but I also include cauliflower, peas , cabbage too 🙂 These are so good and your version is of less oil. I also add strips of chapathi for low calorie version 🙂

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  • Beautiful photo's. So colorful. I can't wait to try this recipe. Looks fabulous.

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  • Your photo's are beautiful. I can't wait to try this recipe. It looks fabulous. Mouth watering.

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  • I love this recipe – we made similar Peshwari Naan:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b22Xygzn-Os

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