Rice and Toor Dal Patties

This our family’s favourite -Surprise the “surpriser” recipe.This recipe is very handy when we need to do something, when we’re out of supply of the produce, still has to serve the unexpected guests and impress them.So we always have the rice and dal combo powder in storage.Ok guys i could read your mind …. Here, the recipe is all yours now.

Rice – 1 cup

Toor dal -1/4 cup

Cumin seeds -1 tsp

Black Pepper – 1 tsp
Powder the rice and dal together to fine rava consistency. Powder the Cumin seeds and Black Pepper seperately and add it to the rice dal combo.So this is the basic powder you need for the patties.This powder can be stored in an airtight container for months.

patties n onion chutney

To make patties:

rice & dhal combo rava -1 cup

water – 2 cups

oil – 1 tsp

salt – 1 tsp

Method:

Boil the water with salt and oildough

Add the rice dal combo powder constantly stirring to avoid lumps

Continue stirring till the water is completely absorbed and resemble dough like consistency.

Once the dough is ready,divide into equal sized balls and make patties.

patties

Fry them in pan and serve hot with onion chutney.

Recipe for Onion chutney:

White Onions – 3 (Avoid red onions as they turn bitter when blended and sauteed)

Dry Red chillies – 6

Tamarind juice – 1 Tbsp

Salt – as per taste

Jaggery – a small piece

Hing – a pinch

Curry leaves – a few

Blend all the above ingredients except curry leaves

Crackle mustard seeds in a tsp of oil, add curry leaves and pour the above blended mixture and saute till the raw smell goes.

Enjoy and let me know how you liked it.

I would like to contribute this recipe for

Paz’s -” FMR -For The Love Of Rice” and
Sailu’s Jihva for Dal

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20 Responses to “Rice and Toor Dal Patties”

  1. Paz Says:

    I haven’t even tasted this and it’s a favorite of mine already! LOL! It sounds very delicious! Thanks for sharing and participating in the FMR event.

    Best,
    Paz

  2. outofthegarden Says:

    Hi ArSu,

    Welcome to the fun world of food blogging — your patties look delicious :)

    All the best from New England.

    Linda

  3. sailaja Says:

    That’s a very interesting recipe. Quite like the idea of preparing the pwd ahead and store.
    Nice entry and good pics. Thanks for participating in JFI- Dal and see you at the round up.

  4. ArSu Says:

    I hope u would try it Paz.

    Thank you Linda!:-)

    Thanks Sailaja! Just can’t wait to see the round up.

  5. Tanuja Says:

    Hi Arsu,

    Welcome to food blog world nice entries in ur blog, hope to see many more yummy dishes from ur kitchen:)

  6. vineela Says:

    Hi ArSu,
    Welcome to food blogging.
    Patties with toordal is an excellent idea.
    Hope to see more recipes from you.
    Vineela

  7. Archana Says:

    Hi
    Welcome aboard, have fun blogging. Thank you for this recipe, this might even help us out to fix up dinner for one of those ” I am too tired to do anything else ” days. Looking forward to read more posts from you.
    Archana

  8. Priya Says:

    Wonderful recipe Arsu…it looks healthy and delicious. I like savouries more that sweets but they always come paired with oil. This recipe looks ideal for me :-) Will try it out this weekend.
    (I commented for the post on 30th..but I dont see it here :-( )

  9. BDSN Says:

    Wow!!I love this recipe already.Such a easy recipe that is packed with protein. WUd definitely keep in mind and try sometime to impress my guests too…Thanks & Welcome to the world of food blogging!!!!

  10. ArSu Says:

    Dear Tanuja,Vineela,Archana,Priya and BDSN

    Thanks for your hearty welcome and words of encouragement. Hope to keep up to your expectation buddies.

    Exactly Archana. The chutney also stays good for 2-3 days.

    Yes Priya its quite delicious, let me know how it came out and how u liked it.
    Btw sorry abt that your comment didn’t come out on 30th, I do wonder why! That’s kind of you to take time and comment on the recipe again.

    Once again thank you buddies!

  11. Vaishali Says:

    Surprise the “surpriser” recipe

    Loved that concept, ArSu. Btw, do you not have to wash the rice and toor dal before grinding them?

  12. shynee Says:

    I have added this to my to do list and shall definitely leave my feed back…thanx for sharing!!

  13. ArSu Says:

    Yes Vaishali you need to wash and dry them before u make rava out of them.

    Hi Shynee!
    So delighted to hear that you will try it soon. Hope you’ll like it.

  14. menutoday Says:

    Hi,
    Nice recipe. Nice Blog. Thanx for sharing your recipe.

    Pleasure is mine. Thanks for stopping by!

  15. Meenakshi Says:

    Hey ArSu,
    That was a neat quickfix for unexpected guests! Really makes sense to keep a readymix powder stored for immediate use in the refrigerator. The patties bear a striking resemblance to the “adai” preparation of Tamil Nadu. For adais, we coarsely blend together one measure of raw rice, one measure of polished rice, half measure of toor dal, half measure of gram dal and 1 tablespoon of urad dal. Finely chopped onions, a pinch of asofoetida, powdered red chillies, cumin seeds and finely chopped curry leaves are then added to this and cooked on the tava like your patties.
    Meenakshi at PRITYA

    Hi Meenakshi ! Welcome to by blog. I am happy that you liked the idea of the readymix powder. We do prepare adai but your recipe sounds interesting and delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Hope you would visit me often and offer your valuable suggestions. :-)

  16. pritya Says:

    Hi ArSu,
    We are just about setting up our blog and are quite excited about it. We do have a website http://www.pritya.com. We are still trying to figure out wordpress fully. I really like your blog layout – simple and smart. I notice that the latest comments appear in the side bar. Did you do it up yourself?

    Hi Pritya,

    I have heard from fellow bloggers about ” Cooking at home with Pedatha ” and from the description and pictures from your website I am inspired in buying a copy soon. I am really looking forward for your blog, I am sure everyone would enjoy it.

    I am glad that you liked the layout of my blog :-). Regarding the “recent comments” on the side bar, It’s already available in the layout template in WordPress along with other choices like Search, Flickr, Meebo (a web-based instant message service that lets your blog visitors having account in major IM services like YahooMessenger,Msn Chat,GoogleTalk etc., to chat with the you in a browser window), Archives, Blog Statistics etc., Depending upon the layout template we choose in WordPress, these options may vary slightly. Hope this would help. I would be glad to help you further, if you need. You can also reach me at flavourride@gmail.com. Happy blogging!:-)

  17. imparare Says:

    Interesting comments.. :D

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