April 3, 2010

Ragada(Ragda) Pattice

Ever wondered a choupati without Ragada Pattice...No way :)
Every Indian enjoys 'chaats' and without any doubts Ragada Pattice is one of the favorites of all. This one is a different recipe than what is served at Choupati centers. Ragada pattice indeed takes some preparation time but its easy to serve.

Ingredients:

For Pattice:

2 medium size potato
2 bread loafs
2 tsp ginger paste
Green chili paste, Salt as per taste
Few drops of Lemon juice
Few Coriander leaves; chopped
Little sugar

For Ragada:

2 cups fresh or frozen Green peas
1 tbsp chopped onion
1 tbsp chopped tomato
2-3 tsp Garam Masala as per
Vertical slits of 1 Green chili
1 Clove
1 bay leaf
1/2 tsp Chai Masala
Salt as per taste
4-5 tsp of oil, mustard seeds,
asafoetida (hing), cumin seeds for seasoning

For Green Chutney:
1 tbsp roasted Chana Dal
1 tbsp roasted Peanuts
1 1/2 tbsp fresh grated coconut
1 tbsp Cilantro
1/4" cube ginger
1-2 Green chili
Salt and little sugar as per taste
1 tsp Jeera

For Imli ki Chutney: Click Here

Method:

Pattice:

1. Boil, peel and smash the potatoes.

2. Soak the bread slice in little water, squeeze them in between the hands and add to the potato smash.

3. Add all other ingredients and mix well the patty mixture.

4. Now make small patties of any shape you like (round, heart or leaf shape); put semolina on both sides of it and shallow fry all of them.

Ragada:

1. Boil the peas, smash them a little and keep aside.

2. Heat oil in a skillet and add clove and bay leaf. When they start to sizzle add all the seasoning ingredients.

3. Immediately add chopped onion and fry till they turn trasparent. Now add chopped tomato and green chili and saute a little.

4. Add garam masala, chai masala and salt as per taste. Add boiled peas, put some water and let it cook for 5-6 minutes.

Green Chutney:

Grind all the ingredients in a mixy. Add water as required. This chutney is bit watery but not as watery as Imli ki chutney.

How to serve:

In a bowl put 2-3 patties. Put some ragada on top of it, then put green chutney, imli ki chutney and sev in sequence.
Garnish with chopped onion and coriander.

2 comments:

  1. Wow my very fav one looks sooooooo good... I too have posted it.

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