How to Cook Appetizing Patisapta Cake

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Patisapta Cake. Patishapta pitha is one of the most popular bengali sweet delicacy. It is mainly prepared during “MAKAR SANKRANTI” in the winter season. For the patishapta: Take refined flour in any big bowl.

Take a non-stick flat pan or tava. Patishapta is usually made with rice powder, milk, malai, khejur gur, coconut etc. There are different types of this delicious pitha. You can have Patisapta Cake using 22 ingredients and 0 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Patisapta Cake

  1. It’s of Ingredients for Patisapta crepe.
  2. It’s 1 cup of refined flour (Maida).
  3. Prepare 1/2 Cup of fine Semolina (Sooji).
  4. It’s 1/4 Cup of Rice flour(freshly ground).
  5. It’s 1/2 Cup of regular Sugar.
  6. It’s 1 Cup of Milk.
  7. It’s 1/4 tsp of Salt.
  8. Prepare as needed of Water.
  9. It’s 1 Teaspoon of Ghee/oil.
  10. You need of Ingredients for Stuffing.
  11. Prepare 1 Cup of Coconut freshly grated.
  12. Prepare 3 Tablespoon of Condensed milk.
  13. It’s 3 Tablespoon of Brown sugar/grated Jaggery.
  14. Prepare 1/4 Teaspoon of Cardamom powder (optional).
  15. Prepare of Ingredients for Kheer/Concentrated milk.
  16. It’s 3/4 Litre of full fat Milk.
  17. Prepare 1/4 Cup of sweetened Condensed milk.
  18. Prepare 2 Tablespoon of Refined flour (Maida).
  19. It’s 2 of Whole green Cardamom.
  20. You need of For Garnishing.
  21. It’s handful of Chopped Pistachios.
  22. It’s 3 tsp of dry Rose petals.

Patishapta is known for its creamy kheer and soft outer roll. It is a very popular sweet recipe of West Bengal. It is traditionally made during the Bengali festivals like Poush Sankranti. Patishapta generally consists of three parts, viz., the outer envelope, the filling, and the sauce that it is served. ” PITHE or PULI ” is a traditional dish that is made on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti or Poush Parbon.

Patisapta Cake step by step

PATISHAPTA , is one of the finest & most delicious of them all. Patishaptas are thin crepes or pancakes , made with all purpose flour, rice flour, and semolina , stuffed with kheer or coconut-jaggery filling. Here I have made a fusion with a little bit of twist , instead of using. A Bengali sweet dish recipe,Patishapta (pancakes with coconut filling) is easy to prepare and a must have during festivals and winters. The maida batter is spread on a pan and cooked like pancakes.

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