This recipe is actually dedicated to my Ma, who is the biggest sweet lover in the whole world according to me. When she visits a sweet shop the shopkeeper knows he is going to have a good sale that day😂😂😂😂.
Patishapta(crepes stuffed with sweetened, reduced milk), is a traditional dish which Bengalis make when first crops are harvested. We call it Poush shankranti.
It is a very delicious dish, which I tried to make on my own. And after successfully completing this recipe can’t wait to share this with all of you.
This has 2 important steps:
- The kheer (sweetened reduced milk) /mawa/khoya
- The Crepe
Time : 10-15 minutes
For step 1.
I’ve added the link description for KHEER👇
Now for step 2.
- 80 gm all purpose flour
- 30 gm semolina/rawa/sooji
- 30 gm sugar
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 250 ml milk
- 10 gms rice flour
- Mix all the ingredients in a bowl
- Now add the milk slowly and keep on whisking
- When you reach a runny consistency cover it and keep it for 30 minutes
- Now remove the cover
- If you see that the consistency is bit thickened add some more milk to it
- Now heat a pan and brush some oil on it
- Take half a laddle full of the batter
- Pour it on the pan
- Roll the pan so that the mixture spreads and gets a Crepe like texture
- Now put some kheer ( sweetened, reduced milk) in between
- With the help of flat head spoon roll the Crepe holding the filling inside.
- Repeat the process with rest of the batter
We’ve added a step by step video to make it more useful to you all👇
Enjoy this sweet recipe with all your friends and family and see the magic👇
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Your comment always encourages us
- If you don’t have rice flour, don’t panic take some normal rice and grind it
- Don’t any water to it or the crepes will not be perfect
- If you increase any quantity of any ingredient don’t forget to do the same to rest of the ingredients also