Ragda Patties (pronounced as Pattice) are flavorful potato patties smothered with a zesty sauce made with vatana or dried white peas. It is then garnished with sweet and spicy chutneys, sev, onions and fresh cilantro. Ragda Patties, sometimes called Aloo Tikki Chaat, is a street favorite in Mumbai. Try this delicious recipe for a chaat item that doubles as a full meal.
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This recipe and the accompanying videos are so clear and easy-to-follow. I have never made ragda patties before and was really surprised at how well they turned out when I made them as per your recipe. My husband and friends loved the dish too. Thanks. Please keep the good work going. Happy Diwali.
Thanks so much for the feedback Supriya! Happy Diwali to you too!
Can I make Patties in well in advance? or Can I freeze it? if yes, how to defrost it?
You can freeze the patties by placing some wax paper in between them so that they don’t stick together. You can also wrap each patty with a little piece of plastic wrap. To defrost, leave them on the counter top for about an hour or two and then fry them on the skillet as usual.
lovely recipie….lots of love to u all.
can i replace anything vatana???
yeah…i made it with chick peas n it came out good so u can use tht..
Good to know! 🙂
yeah it is
Your best recipe ever… I tried it and it turned out simply delicious…absolutely heavenly… I did add a little garam masala to the ragada (it tasted a lil like rasam without garam masala).
Hetal and Anuja, thank you soooooooooooooo muchhh for this wonderful receipe…never thought i would be able to make this at home… Awsome…
You guys are great! I’m learning all my cooking from you two classy ladies! Can’t wait to try this one next time I have a get-together at my home!
Great recipe… in pattice; I also add some boiled & mashed mixed veg.(G.pease,carrots&G.beans) with some garam masala some times 🙂
reminds me of my days in india !!!!!!!!!!!!!!