Baatt Pathal is a crispy snack, common in North Malabar in Kerala. Popular snack around the time of Eid…..Can be stored in air tight containers for upto 2 months.
2 cups raw rice/ pachari
1 cup dried coconut slices/ kotta thenga, thinly sliced
1 1/2- 2 tbsp black sesame seeds
oil for frying
- Wash and soak rice in water for 3-4 hours. Grind it adding enough water and salt to a thick batter.
- Add dried coconut slices and sesame seeds to the batter and mix well.
- Heat the prepared batter in a pan for 2-3 minutes in medium flame. Transfer to a bowl or plate and knead well to a dough and make small balls out of this dough.
4. Place each ball in a pathiri or puri press between two plastic covers and press it to a thin small round shape like puri.
5. Heat oil in a pan and fry the prepared baatt pathals on both sides till golden brown.
6. Store in an air tight container and enjoy with your tea…
yummy and crispy…
Crunchy and yummy snack dear
LOOKS CRISPY N YUMMY…
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never heard the name sounds very interesting…………
This is new to me…sounds delicious.
This is new to me…looks so crispy and yummy.
Have a lovely week dear 🙂
First time hearing this name and seeing this dish.
So crunchy and yummy they are.
This sounds new and quite interesting too
looks very crispy.. new to me..
Very new and a must try recipe Shabbu. Yummilicious.
Bookmarked,will surely try this,crispy yum
Looks like our thattais,wonderful crispy snacks.
Crispy & delicious,perfectly done !!
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Yummy, Looks crispy.
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Pathal looks scrumptious.We in central kerala have this but we call it by another name.
Thank you all…