Tuesday, February 28, 2012


  • Colocasia leaves -6
  • Coconut  -3/4 cup
  • Coriander seeds - 1/2tsp
  • Red chillies -5
  • Rice -1/2tsp
  • Moong dal or toor dal -1/4 cup
  • Urad dal -1 tsp
  • tamarind paste - 1tbsp
  • jaggery -1 tsp
  • garlic cloves -2
  • oil - 1tbsp
  • Semolina -1/4 cup
  • salt to taste

  • Wash and dry colocasia leaves.
  • Cut stem and crushed any hard veins of the colocasia leaves.
  • Soak moong dal and rice  into water
  • Place skillet on the flame and add oil into it.
  • When oil heats up, add coriander seeds and urad dal.Fry for a minute.
  • Remove it and in the same oil fry  red chillies.
  • Grind coconut,red chilly, coriander seeds, urad dal,soaked moong dal and rice to the smooth paste.
  • Now apply the masala paste on the one leaf.On that leaf place another leaf.
  • Again apply the masala and again do the same thing.
  • Like this two pathrodes are done,each with 3 leaves.
  • Also you can increase the number of leaves in each pathrode.
  • when done, roll out the leaves in inner position of the leaves.
  • Cut the roll into  thin circles(pieces) using sharp knife.
  • Steam the pieces in pressure cooker for about 15 minutes.
  • Take out the pieces from cooker and shallow fry it by applying thin coat of semolina.
  • Pathrode is ready to serve.
  • Pathrode can be served with hot rice and dal.

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