Ragda Patties
Written by Jayashree
Published on July 22, 2015

Ragda Paatis is a very popular chaat . It is a one filling meal. It can be easily prepared if you have the soaked peas. Potato tikkis or patties are prepared and served with a delectable dish of peas, topped  with various chutneys.


With this dish on mind, I was on the look out for this recipe from various sources. Nothing seemed to appease me.Atlast, I prepared my sister Gayatri’s  recipe and it turned out awesome. Without much ado let me take you to the recipe. This post is also a part of our Culinary Hoppers Team with the theme “Chaats ”

My other chaat recipes are here:

Pre-requisites

  • sweet chutney
  • green chutney

                                          Sweet Chutney

Green Chutney

INGREDIENTS

For Ragda

dry peas 1/4 kg

onion 2 finely  cut

tomato 3 finely cut

coriander or dhania powder 2tsp

garam masala powder 1tsp

chilli powder 1 tsp

salt to taste

ginger garlic paste 1 tsp (fresh)

oil 1tbsp

For the patties

  • potato 1/2kg
  • cornflour 2tbsp
  • green chilly 4
  • coriander 1/2 bunch
  • salt to taste
  • oil for shallow frying

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Note : Patties kept on the skillet are rightly cooked. The picture below was taken prior and I was unable to taken another picture again.

For serving :

  • green chutney
  • sweet chutney
  • small sev

Let’s get cooking Ragda Patties in steps :

To make ragda

  • Boil peas in a pressure cooker for three whistles. They should be tender.
  • Take oil in a kadai and saute the onions until translucent. Add the ginger garlic paste and let cook for some time. Then, add the tomatoes and allow to cook for sometime.
  • Add the coriander powder, garam masala , chilli powder and salt. Mix well. Allow the spices to blend together.
  • Mash the peas with the ladle and mix into the kadai. Allow to cook for sometime on slow flame.
  • Remove and keep aside.

To make patties :

  • Boil the potatoes and keep aside.
  • Peel the skin and mash them. It is good to add cold water, peel and mash. Allowing them to cool, makes them hard.
  • Make a paste of coriander and green chilly.
  • Mix corn flour, paste and salt together.
  • Heat a flat skillet.
  • Make round,flat thick balls as tikkis.
  • Smear a little oil on the skillet and keep these tikkis.
  • On a slow flame, cook them on both sides until golden brown in colour.

Take a note :

  • Keeping the  flame low  ensures  even  cooking of the patties.
  • You can make around seven to eight  at a time.

To serve :

Take a plate and arrange two patties on it. Pour two tablespoon of prepared ragda over them. Add some sweet chutney and green chutney over it. Finally, decorate with sev and serve ragda patties.

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48 Comments

  1. Piyali

    Loved your Ragda Patties totally Jaya. Your dish looks so inviting. I am so craving for that plate of Radga Patties. It is yummy yummy.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much dear Piyali

      Reply
  2. Swati

    Awesome Post Jaya…Loved the Ragda patties!They look so tempting!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Swati

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Vani

      Reply
  3. Gurunath Nakka

    The chat looks delicious and mouth watering Jayashree Ji…

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Gurunathji

      Reply
  4. Padma

    The chaat looks absolutely mouthwatering and I can just finish the bowl!!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Padma

      Reply
  5. Gauri

    Ragda pattice is my all time favourite, miss it here … Your post brought back the taste

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Many thanks Gauri

      Reply
  6. Pavani

    LOVE ragda patties. So yummy 🙂

    Reply
  7. Meera Girdhar

    I am big chat Lover And Jaya your plate of ragda patties is looking super tempting .

    Reply
  8. Nand

    What a lovely presentation. I love ragda patties and this is such an easy recipe

    Reply
  9. Mayuri Patel

    I love ragda patties, its one of my favorite food. Haven’t made it in a long time.

    Reply
  10. Padmajha PJ

    One of my favorite chaat, but I have never made it at home!!

    Reply
  11. Jagruti

    I love Hot hot Ragda patties in winter, every new year eve we prepare when we have chat parties.

    Reply
  12. Jayasri

    Oh! Yes!! Any time chat time and we love Ragda pattice! This reminds me of home now!

    Reply
  13. Priya Srinivasan

    Aww, I love ragda patties, wish I could taste some from the pictures! Yummm!

    Reply
  14. Priya Srinivasan

    Oh that looks delicious! I love ragda patties,’wish I could taste some from the pictures! Totally drooling !

    Reply
  15. Sapana Behl

    I love ragda patties to the core and this looks totally sinful.

    Reply
  16. Ruchisvegkitchen

    I am a big fan of Ragda pattice. Loved yours. So inviting

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Ruchi.

      Reply
  17. Vidya Narayan

    Chaats are my eternal love and weakness both and this just makes me wanna grab a plate and eat some!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      All is yours Vidya ! Thanks for the visit dear.

      Reply
  18. Mina Joshi

    We love ragda patis and make them very similar to your recipe. Your recipe reminds me that I haven’t had them for a while.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Mina, glad to know that you prepare similar kind.

      Reply
  19. simplyvegetarian777

    Oh my yummm Jaya! You can’t believe how much I am craving Chaat these days and it is not easy to go out and eat chaat in USA. I am totally slurping on it!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Sonal, chaats are my weakness too.

      Reply
  20. Priya Satheesh

    Looks so yum and delicious! I love Chaat and this one is making me feel hungry now.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Priya for the visit and appreciation.

      Reply
  21. afroz261

    Ragda pattis is one of my favorite chaat items. I am so tempted to make some today after seeing you post ??

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Afroz.

      Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Sharmila.

      Reply
  22. Bhawana

    mouthwatering ragda patties. Looking so tempting. I can finish all patties in one go.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Bhawna.

      Reply
  23. theyellowdaal

    Somehow don’t like ragda patice but my hubby likes. Now I have a recipe that I can try for him😊

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Good to know that Avin. Thanks for the visit dear.

      Reply
  24. Lathiya

    I love all kinds of Chaat.. this looks delicious

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Lathiya..same here, I am a fan of chaats.

      Reply
  25. Annapurnaz

    Yesterday only, I made ragda pattice, but couldnt click the pics as usual. That is the reason, till date I haven’t posted it on my blog. You have given me a boost to make again this lip smacking chat before my kids turn up so as to click pics. Thanks for inspiration 🙂

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    • jayashree

      True, I too miss so many times that way. Glad you liked it. Hope to see this on your blog soon.

      Reply
  26. simplysensationalfood

    What a lovely recipe that is protein packed and so delicious. This makes a great lunch dish.

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    • jayashree

      Thankyou 🙂 Yes, ideal for brunch too.

      Reply
  27. mayurisjikoni

    I’m a huge fan of raga patties and haven’t had it in a long time. I don’t like the variety they make as street food as they use chana. I love the one with peas. After going through your post..am now craving for some.

    Reply
  28. Priya Srinivasan

    I m having my breakfast and commenting on your post! This is making me more hungry!!! Love ragda patties, lip smacking good!

    Reply

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