Pitla


Today am posting very authentic yet easy recipe of maharastrian cuisine... I have tasted many variations from my mom's to my inlaws.. Every version is enjoyable.. Mostly after my travels rice n pitla is comfort, tasty, filling n quick lunch option for me n kids..now I have prepared this for Shh Secretly Cooking where our partner gives two ingredients with which we have to prepare some dish This time I  was challenged by Amrita Iyer , who writes a fantastic blog  The food samaritan..plz doo visit her blog for  visual treat I really love her amazing clicks ..As I got curd n besan as secret ingredients for this month challenge I made this version learnt from my mil.. We can use tamarind pulp in place of curd for sourness.. N this version better suits for rice..






Ingredients :


Besan 1/2 cup
Butter milk 1 cup
Salt acc to taste
Green chillies 2 r red chilli pwdr too tastes yum
Turmeric pwdr 1 teaspooraosted peanut pwdr 1 tablespoon
Oil 1 tablespoon
Mustard seeds 1 teaspoon
Split urad dal 1 tea spoon
Jeera 1 teaspoon
Curry leaves 3
Garlic 3 cloves
Onion 1

Method:




  • Mix besan with butter milk mix well to avoid lumps n keep it a side

  • Heat oil in kadai add mustard seeds wait till it splutters, add urad dal, jeera, curry leaves

  • Now add crushed garlic fry for few seconds, add green chillies

  • Add onion n fry till light brown.. Add butter milk mixture, salt, red chilli pwdr if using instead of green chillies roasted peanut pwdr(optional) heat n mix till it cooks.. If u make it for rice liquid consistency will taste better, if for roti lil thick goes well any how after cooling down it turns thick

  • We can replace onions with tomatoes too r else both combo too.. It tastes same like dal









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Comments

  1. The pitla looks absolutely wonderful. So inviting! I'd love to grab some of that pitla with some rotis. :)

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  2. Thnq priya really simple yet tasty combo with rotis

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  3. The Pitha looks delicious..I wonder how in maharashtrian cuisine, besan is used in various ways to make different dishes...awesome use of ingredients

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  4. Pitla is definitely my kind of dish. This vegan and gluten free dish is a prefect side for rotis, just love it.

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  5. I've had pithla years ago when my mamiji made it for dinner. Would definitely like to try out the recipe as it sounds so flavourful.

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  6. This is a very easy to make and tasty dish .. I really like it .

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  7. Heyyy! I made besan pitla too for this month's challenge and I loved it.. It was my first time and I soon realised it was very commonly made in my in-law's home too many years ago! :-) Y

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  8. Yummy and delicious. A very good dish when you run out of vegetables.

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  9. This is such an interesting curry to make when you run out of vegetables... looks delicious...

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  10. Pithla can be such a lifesaver on days when I want something "different" yet filling with my rotis. :)

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  11. Pithla a side of freshly cut onions and Rotis, I don't need anything more for lunch! Comfort food, filling and no fuss food!

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  12. I have buttermilk today so this is one option for our lunch. Looks like I am having a delicious lunch tomorrow.

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  13. Pitla looks so delicious. Something like kadhi. I love the dishes with buttermilk. And this looks mouthwatering.

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  14. Such a easy dish to make and looks delicious too.

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  15. Delicious pitla goes well with plain rice......

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  16. I often make make pitla, we love it at home. It tastes good with chapati as well as rice.

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  17. I love to have my pithla with piping hot steamed rice. So comforting !

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  18. This is the first time Im actually understanding a little of Maharashtrian cuisine and am intrigued to see how many delicious dinner table treats are made from just a little besan, onions and spices. I don't think I have tasted pitla before and wonder if it tastes similar to kadhi? I should make it and see for myself! Sujata Shukla from PepperOnPizza

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  19. This is different, I used to make pitla only with chickpea flour and water. this must be more flavourful from the slight sourness from the buttermilk. next try for sure.

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  20. Such a simple and delicious recipe

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  21. The dish looks much yummy and delicious. Lovely post in all :)

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