This desi katta 315 is a fun one-dish meal that is not only delicious but also easy to make. I first made this katta for my daughter’s birthday party. My daughter was the one that made the dish, it’s one of the few things I have made that she actually remembers eating.
Desi katta 315 is an excellent choice for the kids on their birthday (and perhaps for that special occasion), because it includes all the right ingredients. It takes care of all the ingredients, and is also gluten-free.
This is a super easy recipe that you can also make the day of the party. It’s a one-dish meal that is quite tasty.
What you’ll need for this recipe is a large pot, a large bowl, a large flat grater, a large mixing bowl, a large food processor, some coconut oil, a few peeled and sliced green chillis, and a small cup or two of water.
First you’ll need to slice the green chillis into pieces about 2-3mm thick. Season the green chillis all over with salt and pepper, and leave to marinade for 10-15 minutes.
Now for the actual cooking part. Heat the coconut oil in the pot and cook the chillis for about 5-6 minutes. Season the green chillis with salt and pepper. Add the sliced green chillis to the pot along with the water and the salt. Cook for about 15-20 minutes. Now add the coconut milk and mix everything well.
I like my chillis roasted.
While these chillis are cooking, start the rice. First pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees F. Then, season the rice with salt, pepper, and red chili powder. Cook the rice until it becomes very, very soft. Add the green chillis, coconut milk, and cilantro. Mix well.
I like to cook my rice in a pan and then put it in the oven to brown it slightly. I usually put my rice in the oven for about 10 minutes (to get the rice slightly crispy and browned), then put the chillis on top of the rice and cook just long enough to get the coconut milk browned and heated. The rice should still be warm when you take it out of the oven.
To get the coconut milk and the onion and garlic to fry really well, I cook them in a pan for about 5-10 minutes, then add the rice and cook it just long enough to get it cooked, but not to burn it. Then I put all the other ingredients in the pan and mix it all together to make a thick paste. I take the paste and mix it with the rice until it is well mixed and the rice is all coated.