Thursday, May 6, 2010

Patvadi

Hello Every one..I am so happy to publish a Guest post today. This recipe is made by Mrs Madvi V. She is my Co-Sister. She is participating in Mother's Day Event. 
It was such a surprise when I saw her e-mail for the event. Thank you Madhavi for taking so much interest and participating in the event. 

I hope all my blogger friends will sure like this authentic  Maharashtrian dish Patvadi.





 Here the recipe comes!!!

Ingredients:
  • Besan (Gram flour) - 1 cup
  • Turmeric powder - 1 pinch
  • Mustard seeds - 1 pinch
  • Cumin seeds - 1 pinch
  • Asefotida - 1pinch
  • Green chillies - 6-7 or as per your choice
  • Ginger-garlic paste -1 tsp
  • Curry leaves-5-6
  • Coconut - finely grated 2 tbsp
  • Finely chopped coriander leaves(generous amount)
  • 1/4 cup oil (this recipe requires a more of oil else the vadi might break)
  • Salt to taste
  • Poppy seeds - 1 tsp ( untoasted)
  • 1/2 cup water.
Procedure:

 1. Coarsely grind ginger,garlic,green chillies,coriander, curry leaves, coconut.(paste should not be too smooth nor too coarse and do not add water.)

 2. Heat a pan with oil, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, asefotida and the above grinded paste.Then stir it for a while and turmeric powder & salt as per taste.

 3. Now add 1/2 cup water & let it come to boil.Once it is boiled slowly add besan(no lumps should be formed), keep mixing and stirring.

 4. Close the lid & let it cook for 7-8 min.

 5. Remove it from heat & spread it immediately on a greased, flat dish, spread it not much thinner with help of oily palm & allow to cool for 10-15 min. (as shown in below pic)
    


 6. Now spread poppy seeds and grated coconut and with a help of knife make a rectangle/square shaped wadi.

Patvadi are ready to serve.
   
 Note: 
  • If you don't know adding besan directly to the boiling water then make a soft paste of besan and little water and this paste slowly and continuous stirring to the boiling water. I followed this method to make patvadi.
  • If you want you can add Red chili powder instead of Green chilies.
  • They are other version where you can add Tamarind and Sugar cane juice(instead of water).

43 comments:

Hari Chandana said...

Very new to me.. looks soo tempting.. nice color.. truly delicious.. thanks for sharing dear!!

Pari said...

I love patwadi, khoop avadate, I mean I just love it, in particular it's rassa. I also make a paste and add to avoid lumps. Congrats madhavi, the vadi has turned out so well.Drop by my space when u have time dear. I have started following ur blog.

Suman said...

hmm..never had this before...looks delicious...nice one...

divya said...

New to me this one...looks very tempting..thanks for sharing dear!

Shama Nagarajan said...

different yummy recipe dear

Kiran said...

Hi Jyoti,Congrats on your first guest post.Patvadi looks just like dhokla,but a little different preparation.Do we add toasted poppy seeds or untoasted.Let me know.Madhavi thanks for the lovely recipe.

Gita Jaishankar said...

That is very nice of your co-sister. Thanks for sharing this authentic recipe...this is new to me...looks good :)

Nandini said...

Wow! This patwadi is so cute and lovely! I'm so gonna try this!

SathyaSridhar said...

Haiii Dear Jo,,how are you there?...patvadi looks new to me i never tasted this recipe after seeing ur's thinking to try this recipe dear...Thanks for informing the event and i have send me recipe to you dear.

Madhuri said...

Patvadi looks awesome. I never tasted. must give it a try. Good luck for your co-sister

Life is beautiful!!! said...

Looks really awesomw. A very new dish for me and it is so nice of ur co-sister to share the dish with us all...Thank you :)On seeing the photo I thought that it is a sweet :)

Kamalika said...

This is a new dish to me...looks so tempting...bookmarked....

Sushma Mallya said...

That looks too good, new to me ,would love to try this dish...

Uma said...

looks perfect! many days passed i didnt make this..

J said...

thats new to me.. i love the colour..

Rachana Kothari said...

This is a very new dish to me... looks really great and thanks for sharing this recipe dear:)

Swathi said...

Joyti,

Introducing me to an authentic maharashtraian dish. thanks. Nice one.

Madhavi said...

DELICIOUS :))

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

we enjoy patwadi with spicy curry...my mom makes this and the taste is still upon my tongue...ur looks delicious.and came out ver well..great work..mala pan parawadi khoop khoop avadate....u again reminded me of my mom hand made food...wil cal her right away...hihi...

Sayali said...

I have decided to call you PP hencefort (hope you dont mind dear)
well we call this as besan vadi...and we add red chili pwd so it clooks red...this one is a variation to be tried..:)thnx

Jay said...

Hey Nice try...wonderful presentation...Hats off dear.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Very new to me. Never had it before, but this looks lovely and delicious !!!

Suja Sugathan said...

Patvadi has a beautiful color..very new to me..would love to try..thanks for sharing this lovely recipe

Vidhya said...

Hi,
Thanks for sharing patvadi recipe. This is new to me. would love to try this. Good luck for your co-sis.

Smitha said...

Looks very yummy and tasty!!!

Preeti Kashyap said...

this looks so yummy! I have never made this...bookmarked. Thanks madhavi and Jyoti

Priya said...

Never tried this dish, looks amazing, thanks for sharing dear..

simply.food said...

Very interesting dish I thought it looked alittle like besan dhokla but its different.I will surely attempt this.

Yummy Team said...

Colorful and delicious patvadis..

PJ said...

looks so colorful and delicious! can't believe the coincidence.. i made a somewhat dish last weekend, will post soon.

kamalabhoopathy said...

This is new to me looks delicious like to try.

Nitks said...

Thats a new one... Colourful and yummy dish...

Meena said...

love this dish n it has turned out perfectly!

Krishnaveni said...

new dish going to try one day

Kanchan said...

Jyoti.. this looks fresh and perfect ! Will give it a try soon :)

Gulmohar said...

Thanks for sharing such a wonderful authentic dish

Cham said...

I ve never seen or tasted one, that so lovely she shared something for all of us :)

Rajee said...

Havent tried this before but looks yummy. Lovely click.

Preety said...

it looks so yummy..great recipe

Yasmeen said...

Nutritious green snack :D

M D said...

patvadi is new to me. I have heard of it, but not tasted yet. looks good and great on taste too.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Thanks to your co- sister fro sharing this authentic recipe with us. Love the colour....

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

chakhlere said...

Patavdi looks great...I so badly love it. My aunt used to make a rassa for it to.

Wanted to make it from so many days...thanks for the recipe.

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