Ragda Patties

Ragda patties is a very popular street food of Mumbai. Its a a recipe of (potato patties) Aloo tikki chaat, with some curried peas Chaat, garnished with some sweet and sour sauce and chopped onion.

I Make it a little different By adding black garbanzo beans to the gravy.

Serves: 4


1 cup dried peas ( Green Mattar ke dal ) Soaked over night.

1/2 cup Black garbanzo beans ( Kala channa) Soaked over night.

2 green chillies

1 onion finely chopped

1 tomato finely chopped

salt as per taste

1/4th tea spoon turmeric powder

1/4th tea spoon garam masala powder

1/2 tea spoon coriander powder

1 table spoon oil.

Other Ingredients:

8 Pieces Aloo Tikki (potato Patties)

Sweet and sour sauce ( Khatti meethi chutney)

Chopped onion green, chillies and coriander leaves for garnishing

Sev ( Optional)


To cook the gravy:

Pressure cook the peas and black garbanzo beans.

In a pan heat some oil then add onion, chillies and stir fry for a minute.

Now add tomatoes and garam masala powder, coriander powder, and salt to taste. Cook it for a minute or two then add this in the pressure cook with the beans and peas, add water if required.

Pressure cook for 1 or 2 whistle.

How To Serve:

In a plate Place 2 Aloo Tikki and press it gently then spread 1-2 serving spoon of Peas gravy, add a table spoon of sweet and sour sauce and then garnish it with some finely chopped onion, green chillies, sev and coriander leaves.

Repeat the same process with the rest of the Aloo Tikki.

Serve it hot.


You can use ketchup instead of sweet and sour sauce.

If you need the Aloo Tikki recipe click the link below.


Thank you for reading.


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