Oct 3, 2013

Ragda Patties

After our ABC month long marathon we came back to our normal BM with 3 recipes in week. This month we have Combo platter with tikkis or patties and I have chosen this as my first week theme.
                                       My first recipe for this theme is RAGDA PATTIES. I served this ragda patties with pav bread to make this combo platter complete.So let's check the recipe.....

ragda patties INGREDIENTS FOR RAGDA:--
Dried white peas  ---    1 cup
Potatoes   ---- 2 medium boiled and cut in to small pieces
Turmeric powder  ----     1/4 tea sp
Red chilli powder  ---   1/2 tea sp
Ginger and green chilli paste --- 2 tea sp
Garam masala ---  1/2 tea sp
Jaggery     ---- 2 tea sp grated
Tamarind paste  ---- 1 tea sp
Salt to taste
Oil    ----   2 tab sp
Mustard seeds  ---  1/4 tea sp
Curry leaves  ---   6 leaves
Asafoetida    ---  a pinch
1. Soak dried peas for overnight.
2. Drain the water, add 3 cups of fresh water and pressure cook for 3 whistles or cook in a open pan till the peas are soft.
3. Heat oil in a pan add mustard seeds let them crackle, add asafoetida, curry leaves fry for a while.
4. Add tamarind past with 1 cup of water, red chilli powder, ginger and green chilli paste, turmeric powder, jaggery, salt to taste mix well and bring to a full boil.
5. Now add cooked peas, potato pieces, garam masala mix well and cook for 5 minutes inn a low heat.
6. Mix well mash peas and potatoes little bit to make the gravy little thick. Add 1/2 cup water if required.
7. reduce the heat and cook for 10 more minutes.
Now ragda is ready.
Potatoes ---  500 gms
Cornflour ---   1 tab sp
Salt to taste
Mint leaves ---  1 cup chopped
Coriander leaves  --- 1/4 cup chopped
Lemon juice  ---  1/2 tab sp
Sugar   ---  1 tea sp
Salt to taste
Ginger  --- 1/2 inch piece chopped
Oil for frying
 1. Boil, peel and grate the potatoes, add salt, corn flour knead well to make soft dough.
2. In a bowl mix chopped mint, chopped coriander leaves,chopped ginger, sugar, lemon juice, salt to taste mix well and set a side.
3. Divide potato mash in to equal portions, make small balls out of this flat then and place a 1/2 tea sp of mint leaves mixture.
4. Bring together the edges to the center and seal the filling in side the potato mixture, again make it like a small ball.
5. Press lightly to make it like a patty, make all the patties like this.
6. Sprinkle little oil in a fry pan place all the patties in the pan and shallow fry till golden both sides.
Remove and set a side.
Green chutney   ---   1 cup
Sweet chutney   ---  1/2 cup
Garlic chutney   ---  1/2 cup
Sev   ---    1 cup
Onions  ---  1 cup chopped.
Place 2 patties in a serving plate, pour the ragda over the patties.
Top with chutneys, sprinkle the sev and chopped onion on top.
Serve immediately.
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Priya Suresh said...

My mouth is watering here, seriously wish i get that plate rite now, eventhough i had my dinner, ragda patties are just inviting me to eat rite now.

Unknown said...

mouthwatering street food :) looks super delicious and so tempting :) makes me drool here !!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Excellent and lovely looking patties. Wonderful preparation.

Unknown said...

love these chaat items... so delicious and yummm!!!


nandoos kitchen said...

Very inviting. Perfect patties

Srivalli said...

Padma, that's one heavy duty plate!..looks awesome.

cookingwithsapana said...

Ragda patties looks so scrumptious ! Love to enjoy that plate now..

Unknown said...

Lip-smacking snack. Would love to have this any time of the day.

Chef Mireille said...

lovely treat!

Harini R said...

A mouthwatering plate of ragada patties..

Padmajha said...

Looks so delicious Padma.Lovely combo!

preeti garg said...

Ragda pattice look so tasty and mouthwatering.

Anonymous said...

Love this :)

Pavani said...

Wow.. that is such a filling and delicious plate of food.. yumm!!

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

The pictures are so inviting! Wish I could taste some.

nayana said...

wow what a superb mouth watering snack item....