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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Ragda Pattice Bite

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Sometimes when you have guests or you are having party, its always hard to please everyone with food. Everyone has their own choice but it's your party and then you have to decide how to pleased the guests, so here is a simple idea to make one dish which you all are making it but just presenting in a different way and dish become simply delicious and loved by all. My guests were not very enthu to eat raw onion and tomatoes so I didn't add it on top but if you  and your friends like it by all means put onion and tomatoes on top on this bite size ragda pattice and it will be gone soon.

Ingredients :  For Patties

3 boiled potatoes

1 shredded carrot
Finely chopped ginger , green chilies 
finely chopped coriander leaves
salt to taste
lime juice

For ragda

1 cup White or yellow Vatana (dried yellow or green peas)
1 onion
2 tomatoes
1 tsp turmeric powder
2 tsp red chili powder
1 tsp dhania jeera powder
1 big spoon ginger, garlic , green chili paste
5-6 black peppers
1 tsp tamarind paste
salt to taste
2 tsp oil

For Garnish : 

Tamarind chutney
coriander- mint chutney
garlic chutney
sev, coriander leaves, 
onion, tomatoes, few pomegranate seeds
20 chat Baskets or Pillsbury's pastry cups

Method:


For patties:

Mix all ingredients of patties and make a round ball and flatten it little bit. 
In non stick pan , put patties and cook on both sides. I don't put oil in it but if you want you can put oil and cook it. keep it aside.

For ragda:
Soak Peas overnight in water. then pressure cook till it's done.

To make Ragda :

 make paste of rest of the ragda ingredients in mixture except oil.
Heat oil in non stick pan, add the paste and cook it till oil floats on top.
Add pressure cook peas in it.
If water is not there, add some water to make right constituency. 
when it's done , take your chat basket, put 1/4 of pattice on down, add tbsp. of ragda on top, add all the chutneys, sev, coriander leaves, onion, tomatoes, pom seeds .
Serve immediately and enjoy.








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19 comments:

  1. lovely idea of serving them in shells...

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  2. Gosh!! I love these bites. Amazingly wonderful. As finger food or snack too.

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    1. Thanks Nava, hope you are feeling good

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  3. Love these tiny bites, looks yummy and tempting..

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  4. Ragda pattice is my favourite among chaats .. and lovely idea of serving it in small bites.

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  5. wow beautiful ones,love to have the whole platter :)

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  6. these ragda pattice bites look so cute and very inviting...a sure crowd pleaser....

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  7. Love the way its presented dear!Awesome

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  8. Never heard about this before..... looks really interesting n love to try...... :)

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  9. It sure can be hard to please everyone, Linsy, but I'm sure these delicious little bites would please almost everyone! They look so delicious! Thank you so much for sharing them with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  10. yum yum yum yum yum! Thanks for linking up at #MonthlyMasala!

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