Friday, November 27, 2009

Erachi Pathiri(Fried Pathiri Suffed with chicken masala )


Ingredients:

For Dough(Pathiri)

Whole Wheat flour - 1cup
All purpose flour - 1cup
Salt
Water

For Chicken Filling

Boneless Chicken - 1/2 kilo
Turmeric Powder - 1/4tsp
Chilli powder - 1/2tsp
Green chillies - 3
Chopped Ginger -1 tsp
Chopped Garlic - 1tsp
Garam masala Powder -1/2 tsp
Chopped Onion - 1,big
Coriander leaves
Mint leaves(optional)
Coconut oil

Method:

Cook the chicken with sat,turmeric ,chilli powder,garam masala  and little water.Allow to cool . Mince the chicken and set it aside.
In a pan heat oil and add chopped ginger,garlic ,green chillies and onion.Saute well till the onion become soft.Add the minced chicken and saute for a while.Add chopped mint leaves and coriander leaves.Adjust the salt.Filling is ready.Keep it aside.
In a bowl mix together wheat flour,all purpose flour and salt.Add enough water and make a smooth dough.
Divide into equal sized small balls.Roll it and add the filling in the centre.Cover it with another pathiri.Slowly press the edges using fingers to seal all the masala in.Repeat the same process .
Heat oil in a pan .Deep fry the pathiris.Serve hot.


17 comments:

  1. Tempting pathiri, looks delicious and mouthwatering...I used to bake this pathiri..thanks for pulling me to make these crispy dish again..

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  2. Wow...that looks yummy...love that stuffing....

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  3. iyoooooo kothivarunnu dear...Adipoli ayitundu....

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  4. Its something different and really nice recipe of that stuffing,...as usual looks superb sree..

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  5. I have not tried out this,but have heard!

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  6. wow....what an idea!!...never heard of this...looks superb, dear!!...yummy and delicious!...tempting clicks

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  7. adipoli...very tempting Sree..ingane kothippikkalle...;-)

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  8. Lovely clicks and step by step demo.

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  9. Sooper dooper.. Let me see if I can do it with Aloo or paneer.. sometime..

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  10. Something different.
    Why dont you join my foodies lounge and add me to your blog roll list.Drop in sometime

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  11. surely it will be delicious...will try it soon

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  12. Actually I fold them and call it samosa.:) I like ur version better...looks like stuffed poori. Picture makes me hungry.:(

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  13. Oh wow gal,that looks Fabulously yummy...adipoli

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  14. eda "Ithu kalakki" Taste of kerala program kanditu njan orikkal try cheyatharunnu, pakshe seriayeella..veendum try cheyyam..will try it soon.thanks for sharing da.:)

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  15. Veshakunnu Sree..:)They looks so lovely and tempting... I am sure they will taste great..

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  16. nice to come across ur blog Following u hereby, Hope u visit my space too

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