Tikki Chaat / Ragda Pattice Recipe

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Hie Guys..

Now, let me know what would you call this yummy chaat? If we look in a way, its Tikki Chaat, in another way its Ragda Pattice.. This is how i make this and i call this Ragda Pattice.. Although, this is neither Ragda Pattice or Tikki Chat. But whatever you call, this is the most demanding chat in my home after Pani puri 😀

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That seems mouthwatering isn’t it? Lets have a look at the recipe and yes, make sure you make this and let me know the outcome! The recipe seems long on paper, but its very easy to make!

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Tikki Chaat / Ragda Pattice Recipe
Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • For Ghugni/White Peas Curry - Vatana/White Peas - ½ Cup
  • Onions - ¼ Cup
  • Tomato - ½ Cup
  • Tamarind - As desired
  • Coriander - As required
  • Oil - 2 Tsp
  • Cumin - ½ Tsp
  • Chili Flakes - ¼ Tsp
  • Gr Chili - As desired
  • Salt - To Taste
  • Red Chili Powder - 1 Tsp
  • Turmeric - ½ Tsp
  • Coriander Powder - 1½ Tsp
  • Cumin Powder - ½ Tsp
  • Garam Masala
  • For TIkki - 6-7 Boiled and Mashed Potatoes.
  • Coriander - Handful.
  • Salt - To Taste
  • Black Salt - ½ Tsp
  • Chili Powder, Coriander Powder, Cumin Powder - 1 Tsp
  • Chili Flakes - 1 Tsp
  • Chat Masala - 1 Tsp
  • Garam masala - ½ Tsp
  • Oil - To Shallow Fry
  • For Making the Chat: Thick-Sweet Yogurt - As required
  • Sliced Onions : As required
  • Coriander - As required
  • Roasted Crushed Peanuts - As required
  • Tamarind Chutney - As required
  • Sev- As required
  • Chat Masala - As required
  • Black Salt - As required
  • Red Chili Powder - As required
  • Salt - As required
  • Roasted Crushed Cumin - As required
Instructions
  1. For Ghugni - Soak the dry white peas/vatana overnight. Drain and wash 3-4 times, Transfer to a cooker with sufficient water and salt and pressure cook for 5 whistle's in high and then simmer for 10 mins.
  2. Heat a pan with oil, add in the cumin, chili flakes, gr chili. Stir well. Add in the onions. Cook until brown. Add in the tomatoes, salt. Cook until tomatoes are mushy.
  3. Add in the chili powder, turmeric, coriander powder, cumin powder. Cook for another minute. Tip in the cooked peas, and 2-4 cups of water. Once it boils, add in the tamarind, coriander. Cook for 10 mins.
  4. Add garam masala and mix well. Ghugni is ready.
  5. For Tikki - In a bowl, Mix in the potatoes, coriander, salt, black salt, chili powder, chili flakes, chat masala, garam masala. Make 8 portions and flatten them little like tikki,
  6. Heat a tawa with 2 tsp oil. Once hot, place the tikki and cook until brown on both sides smearing oil in between.
  7. For making the chat: In a plate. place a tikki. Add in the hot ghugni, cold yogurt, sliced onions, roasted crushed peanuts, tamarind chutney, salt, chili powder, black salt, chat masala, cumin powder, coriander, sev. Garnish as desired!
  8. Enjoyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!
Notes
You can bake the tikki at 200 C until brown.

Now while typing,

my mouth is watering.. Whatever you call, Ragda Pattice or Tikki Chat or whatever. Trust me, make it once.. You’ll never forget it and you’ll make it again and again!

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9 thoughts on “Tikki Chaat / Ragda Pattice Recipe

  1. Reply
    Kamalaksh - February 16, 2014

    Hi Yaman. Never seen a cooking show like yours. Probably you are the Nala from our Puranas. Thanks for the wonderful work. Keep up the good work. May Goddess Annapurneshwari be with you.

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      Ayushi Agarwal - March 17, 2014

      Thanks for your blessings. I shall surely convey it to him 🙂

  2. Reply
    Kamalaksh - February 16, 2014

    Hi Yaman. Never seen a cooking show like yours. Probably you are the Nala from our Puranas. Thanks for the wonderful work. Keep up the good work. May Goddess Annapurneshwari be with you.

    1. Reply
      Ayushi Agarwal - March 17, 2014

      Thanks for your blessings. I shall surely convey it to him 🙂

  3. Reply
    Kamalaksh - February 16, 2014

    Hi Yaman. Never seen a cooking show like yours. Probably you are the Nala from our Puranas. Thanks for the wonderful work. Keep up the good work. May Goddess Annapurneshwari be with you.

    1. Reply
      Ayushi Agarwal - March 17, 2014

      Thanks for your blessings. I shall surely convey it to him 🙂

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