Chatti Pathiri: tantalise your taste buds this Bakrid

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Chatti Pathiri, a popular Malabar dish from Kerala is the most commonly dish for Bakrid or Eid-ul-Azha. Bakrid, the festival commemorating prophet Ibrahim's act of sacrifice, will be celebrated with traditional piety and pomp. Here's the recipe for this Eid.

Ingredients

For egg stuffing


1 tbsp ghee

2 finely sliced onions

2 green chillies

1 tbsp pepper powder

4 eggs

1 tsp mint leaves

1 tsp coriander leaves


For chicken stuffing


2 tbsp ghee

2 onions

1 tsp ginger garlic paste

1 tsp chilli powder

1 tsp turmeric powder

1 tsp garam masala

1 cup cooked chicken

1 tsp mint leaves

1 tsp coriander leaves

2 cups maida

Salt as needed

Oil as needed

Preparation

Step 1 (Egg stuffing)


Heat the pan

Add ghee, onion, green chillies, pepper powder, and eggs

Mix well

Add mint leaves, coriander leaves

Mix well and keep it separately


Step 2 (Chicken stuffing)


In a bowl, add onions, ginger garlic paste, salt, green chillies, turmeric powder, chilli powder, pepper powder, and garam masala

Mix well

Add cooked chicken cut into pieces, mint leaves, coriander leaves

Mix well and keep it aside


Step 3


Prepare the dough by mixing maida, oil, salt, and water until they are well combined with no lumps

Knead it until smooth

Divide and roll it into thin equal sized circles

Cook on a tawa until it turns light brown on both sides to make the crepe

Grease a wok with ghee and place it over low heat

Dip the crepe in milk and then in beaten egg

Place the crepe as the bottom layer in the pan

Spread the egg stuffing evenly over the crepe

Repeat the same with the second and third layering

Pour over leftover egg mix

Cover the pan with its lid and cook for 20 minutes on low flame

The same can be done with chicken stuffing

Cut it and serve it when it cools down

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