Ragada Pattice

Ragada Pattice

By NamakShamak
  • Serves: 4 - 5
  • Prep Time: 10 Minute
  • Cooking: 20 Minute
  • Calories:




The word Chaat makes me nostalgic! It reminds me of my college days, when we friends would treat each other with a chaat treat! That was the only treat affordable with the pocket money we got! And it sure was a delicious treat for all! And when you say “Chaat!” it has to be Paani Puri , Sev Puri , a host of Mixed chaats and ofcourse  , the most fulfilling of them all ..Ragada Pattice! Ragada, is a spiced curry made with boiled White Peas/Safeed Watana and pattice, is a Potato Patty ,fried crisp , served with piping hot ragada poured over them  and topped with chutneys , sev, sweetened yougut and chopped coriander! I m drooling already just with the thought of this yummy treat!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Add the soaked peas to the pressure cooker and add enough water to cover the peas. Add 1 tsp Salt and 1 tsp Turmeric and mix. Pressure cook it for 2 -3 whistles. The peas should be cooked completely. Mash them slightly. Heat oil in a kadhai and add c
  2. Peel and mash the boiled potatoes and add cornflour,salt, cumin powder,pepper powder and chaat masala to it.Add chopped coriander leaves. Soak the bread slices in water and press it in between palms to remove excess water. Mash the bread with the boi
  3. To serve, place 2 tikkis/pattice in a plate. Pour hot ragada over them. Add chutneys as per taste and top them with sev,onion and chopped coriander. You can also add some sweetened yogurt along with the chutneys for added taste and richness. Refer th

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