Saturday 21 December 2019

Malabar Nice Pathiri / Pathil

Malabar Nice Pathiri / Pathal

             Pathiri is a traditional item of Muslim community. Its name differs according to different places. It has many names such as nice pathiri, pathal, pathil, Ari pathiri, Malabar pathiri, etc. In some districts like Kasargod and  Kannur, it is abread item they usually made daily for breakfast or for dinner. In some places, it usually makes in special occasions like Ramadan, in party for new couples, etc. Normally it serves with chicken, mutton, fish, beef curries, etc. Eating along with vegetable curry it will not be tasty.

Ingredients of Malabar nice pathiri

Rice flour 

How to make Malabar nice pathiri

  • Heat water in a saucepan by adding salt.
  • Take rice flour in a bowl. Add hot water and make the dough.
  • Knead it well with hands until the dough become soft and smooth.
  • Make lemon sized balls from kneaded dough.
  • Flatten the ball to get thin round shape (same as in the picture below)using chappathi press by using two plastic cover which cut into round shapes.
  • Heat a flat non-stick tawa on medium flame. Place the pathiri on it which we pressed using chappathi press.
  • Wait for few seconds then flip over.
  • Wait for little more minutes and flip over again.
  • When it get bubbles on it, remove pathiri from the pan.
  • Make sure that the pathiris are not getting brown.
  • Serve with your tasty non-vegetarian curries.

Pathiri is much loved among Kerala Muslims. It is made up of rice flour only.
Try this and share your experience.

Malabar Nice Pathiri / Pathil

Someone make pathiri by using rice flour. We can make also using rice which is soaked in water and grind it in the grinder then using that we can make pathiri.
And also by rolling the kneaded dough using chappathi roller. It differs according to different places.

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