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|Alternative names||Mirch ka parotha|
|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||South India|
|Main ingredients||Parotta, onions, tomatoes, chili powder|
Chili parotta, is a favorite at many restaurants across the Indian subcontinent, especially South India. It is essentially a plain paratha shredded into small, bite-sized pieces mixed with sauteed onions, tomatoes, and chili powder. It is usually garnished with coriander leaves or green onions. Often, this dish is served at restaurants with a side of raitha, or a mix of salty dahi (yogurt) and cold vegetables. Due to its unique taste, the paratha has become very popular in Pakistan as well, and is often served as a breakfast meal along with other types of parathas.
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