Saturday, 10 August 2013

Petti pathil/ Petti pathiri



Petti pathiri












Petti pathiri is  a famous Malabar (northern part of Kerala, India) snack item especially in Thalassery area. Actually this is an another form of irachi pathiri, a common snack of Malabar.I prepared it as round shape but it's exact shape should be square then only we can call it as petti pathil (petti is Malayalam meaning of box). I was hurry to make iftar foods so I couldn't manage its shape  for that I apologize you.  Normally it is using as party appetizer. We used to prepare this for mehndi ceremony, iftar party and list will go long. I think Malabar people doesn't need any special occasion to prepare this they love to make foods so no need to tell any particular occasion. 


Ingredients

All purpose flour                             : 1 ½ cup



For chicken

Chopped chicken breast               : 200g

Turmeric powder                            : ½ tsp
Pepper powder                                : 1 tsp
Garam masala                                 : ½ tsp

For filling
Oil                                                      : 2 tsp
Chopped onion                                : 2/3 (depends on size)  
Chopped green chilli                       : 1 tsp
Chopped garlic                                 : 1 tsp
Chopped ginger                               : 1  tsp
Turmeric powder                              : ¼ tsp
Chilli powder                                     : ½ tsp
Curry leaves and coriander leaves  : 1 tbsp
Salt
Hard boiled egg                                   : 2
 Oil for fry

Preparation
          for filling
  1. Cooke chopped  chicken with turmeric powder, pepper powder, garam masala, salt and enough water
  2. Cook well and make sure all water dried up.
  3. Fry onion in a separate pan with 2 tsp of oil then add green chilli, ginger, and garlic saute well
  4. Add turmeric powder, chilli powder and salt saute well
  5. Add cooked chicken, curry leaves and coriander leaves mix well and keep for few more minute. Turn of the fire and let it cool
  6. Cut boiled egg into two half and keep aside

          for petti pathil
  1. Mix all purpose flour, salt and enough water to make soft dough, knead the dough until it smooth.
  2. Divide kneaded dough into 12 part and each piece roll into a ball
  3.  With the help of rolling pin make very thin chapattis 
  4. Take 2 tsp of chicken filling spread it on chapathi and place half egg at centre

  5. Place another chapathi on top of it and seal with your hand or press around with fork
  6. Drop in hot oil and fry both side until it turns golden brown
  7. Drain on kitchen tissue paper and serve hot












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