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Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert). Great recipe for Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert). #cookpaddessert Patishapta is one of the popular dessert related to Bengali Tradition. It's very tasty and popular dessert, has made with very simple ingredients available in your. Bengali Patishapta Recipe (Saffron Cardamom Indian Crepes) soft crepes made using rice flour and filled with light coconut cream, saffron, cardamom, and pistachio.

Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert) It is very easy make and super delicious. Patishapta is essentially a pancake stuffed with a date palm jaggery-coconut-khoya mix. I used coconut palm jaggery because I had it at home.

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Great recipe for Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert). #cookpaddessert Patishapta is one of the popular dessert related to Bengali Tradition. It's very tasty and popular dessert, has made with very simple ingredients available in your. Bengali Patishapta Recipe (Saffron Cardamom Indian Crepes) soft crepes made using rice flour and filled with light coconut cream, saffron, cardamom, and pistachio.

To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook patishapta (bengali traditional dessert) using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert):

  1. {Prepare 1/2 cup of all purpose flour.
  2. {Make ready 3 cups of rice flour.
  3. {Get 2 cups of brown sugar.
  4. {Get as required of Ghee.
  5. {Make ready 1/2 cup of grated coconut.
  6. {Prepare 4-5 of cardamom.
  7. {Prepare 1 litre of milk.
  8. {Take as per taste of Salt.

Patishapta is famous bengali dessert from West Bengal which is mainly prepared in the region on festive occasion. Good for sweet lovers, these tin crepes are a must try dish ! Patisapta is a delicious Bengali Pancake stuffed with Jaggery flavored Coconut. It is a Signature Bengali Sweet.

Instructions to make Patishapta (Bengali Traditional Dessert):

  1. For the Filling: In a pot, boil milk adding rice flour, cardamom and salt as required on the stove in a medium flame. After 20-25 minutes boilings, add coconut and sugar to taste into it. When the filling is ready, stop the flame immediately and keep it aside..
  2. For the roti : we have to make a semi liquid batter with perfect thickness for making the roti..
  3. Now, take another pot and put the all purpose flour with salt as required and rice flour. Mix it properly adding lite warm water as required and make a perfect mixchure. Add some brown sugar if you like and mix it well. Mixchure for roti is ready..
  4. Now, take a frypan, brush some ghee and heat it on stove. Take some liquid mixchure with a medium large size spoon and put it on the frypan. Give the liquid batter a round shape like roti by moving the frypan with your hand. Then cover the pan for one minute. Roti is ready..
  5. Now, put some filling in one side of the roti and fold it carefully using spoon. Patishapta is ready. Make all the patishapta using the same process and serve it hot. Enjoy the delicious dessert with your family and loved ones..

My Dida (Mom's mother) used to make Patishapta during winters! However, Dida's Patisapta was prepared with only All-Purpose Flour and Semolina but I prefer to add Rice Flour to my Patishapta. Patishapta is a traditional Bengali sweet made during Sankranti or (Poush Parbon as it is called in Bengal). It is very easy make and super delicious. Patishapta is essentially a pancake stuffed with a date palm jaggery-coconut-khoya mix.

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