Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Taro leaf Rolls

Taro leaf Rolls

Hello everyone. How are you all? Today I want to share one of the famous local recipe of Himalayan region in the local language it is called “PATIDE” which is made up of Taro leaf, which is a beautiful heart-shaped leaf.๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–









Taro leaf consists of fibre, various nutrients such as vitamin E and Vitamin C which is good for health.
Taro leaf has an acrid flavour and contains calcium oxalate which is toxic and it shouldn’t be taken without boiling. After boiling the leaf, it tastes good and safe to eat.

For making taro leaf rolls you need Taro leaves and batter to roll them into.
Like this๐Ÿ‘‰
patide,himachal



              For the batter you need (depending on how many leaves you are using).
1) Chickpea Flour
2) Ajwain( carom seed)
3) Turmeric
4) Red chilli powder
5) Coriander powder
6) Salt
7) Asafetida
8) Mango powder

Take all these above mentioned ingredient in the bowl mix with water; make not so thick paste-like we make the batter for the omelette.

Now take a taro leaf spread the batter all over on one side and fold it, make a roll of it like shown above

Put rolls into a steamer wait till they get soft, you can use a knife to check the softness of the leaf. It usually takes 20 minutes to get soft.

Now cut the rolls of leaves into little rolls. 
Like this๐Ÿ‘‰
patide,patrodu,himachal















Next step is to Shallow fry it for 5 to 10minutes on a non-stick pan or deep fry it.


I like it in the traditional way, so I deep fry it. 
Use oil-absorbing sheets to take out extra oil. 













The leaves will be crispy and so yummy to eat.  
Serve with tomato or mint sauce.๐Ÿ’ฎ๐Ÿ’ฎ
I hope you'll like this crispy vegetarian recipe, waiting for your feedback. xoxo ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—
 

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6 comments:

  1. It's looking tasty and yummy, I'll definitely going to try this. Thanks prettySam for sharing this recipe..

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  2. It tastes really good, we make it often here in Himachal Pradesh ๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“

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  3. My mom makes this, its delicious... Thanks for sharing

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  4. I've honestly never heard of Taro leaf before but this looks and sounds really interesting. I'm going to have to see if I can purchase some around here to give this a try.

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    1. must try it,i am in so much love with this dish.you'll definitely like it.thanks for your comment.

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  5. Mmm, these look so crispy and golden! I love fried foods that are not too heavy and these remind me of tamales without the filling!

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