Pati Shapta

This edition of Indian Cooking Challenge is a traditional Bengali sweet which is made for the festival of Sankranthi. This is typically a rice-flour dosa/crepe with a sweet khoya-coconut filling and a sweet milk topping.
I have scaled down the measurement to make a smaller batch  and we found it to be very filling and delightful. This would definitely make a great party dessert.


Recipe Source - Here
Ingredients - 
For The Crepes - 
All Purpose Flour 1/2 cup
Wheat Flour 1/2 cup
Sooji / Semolina 3 Tbsp
Rice Flour 1 Tbsp
Salt a pinch
Milk 1 1/4 cup 
For The Filling - 
Khoya 5 Tbsp
Coconut 1/2 cup (I used dry coconut powder - fresh recommended)
Sugar 1/2 cup
For the Topping - 
Sweetened Condensed milk recommended but I used
Khoya 3 Tbsp 
Milk 3 Tbsp
Sugar 2 Tbsp


Pati Shapta


Method Of Preparation -
To Prepare the Filling - 
Mix the khoya, coconut and sugar and microwave for 4-5 min in 45 sec intervals until the result is semi powdery and sticky filling. 


Traditionally on a stove top it might take about 20-30 min to achieve this consistency.
To Prepare the Topping - 
Blend the ingredients in a mixer/blender and boil for a couple minutes and set aside.
To Prepare the crepes and assembly - 
In a mixing bowl, add the maida, wheat flour, sooji, rice flour and salt. 


Add milk gradually and mix it with your hand to get a lump free batter. The batter needs to be a little thinner than pan cake batter.


On a heated griddle/tawa, pour a ladle full of batter and spread it quickly to make a small, thin dosa/pancake.


Cook on both sides until they are golden brown. Take about 1 1/2 Tbsp of filling and fill it lengthwise in the center of the crepe and fold the edges.


Remove onto a serving plate and make as many crepes as needed.


While serving drizzle the topping as needed and dig in!!


Preparation Time 45 min
Makes 8

8 comments

  1. Akila Says:
  2. A must try one... Looking delicious

     
  3. Absolutely drenched in the sweet sauce....they look fantastic...

     
  4. Jayanthi Says:
  5. Lovely color of the crepes Harini..looks fab.

     
  6. Priya Says:
  7. Irresistible they are, just loved it and yours makes me drool again.

     
  8. Roshni Says:
  9. perfectly made

     
  10. Being a bengali I can't tell you how much we relish these crepes...Wonderful job Jaya

     
  11. Prathima Rao Says:
  12. yum..yummm!!!!Simply irresistible!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

     
  13. wow you got a beautiful brown color Harini. beautiful picture...

     
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