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Patisa Sweet

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 30 minutes

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800 gms sweets

Patisa is another famous recipe across northern part of India. It’s made from sugar, wheat flour, ghee and can use cardamom (ilaichi) for fragrance. Some peoples opinion is that patisa and soan papdi is same thing, but actually both are different in taste, color and texture. Usually patisa is made with gram flour (Besan) but today we are going to made it with wheat flour.So, let’s try to make atte ka patisa.

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  • Ghee – ¾ cup
  • Sugar – 1 ½ cup
  • Cardamom (ilaichi) - 5 to 7
  • Cardamom (ilaichi) - 5 to 7


  1. Heat a woak and add 1 ½ cup of Wheat flour and ¾ cup of Ghee. Mix these well. Keep flame on medium and stir continuously. Roast till the fragrance from wheat flour. When will roast, then when Ghee start to separate. Now off the flame and stir the mixture for sometime

  2. For making sugar syrup, add 1 ½ cup of sugar and 1 cup of water in a wok and heat on medium flame. We will make this sugar syrup consistency of before making a tar (thread).

  3. Pour this sugar syrup into wheat flour mixture. Mix and stir for sometime. Transfer this mixture to a ghee greased plate. Flatten the surface and sprinkle the cardamom powder.

  4. . Let it cool down for 5-10 minutes. Cut into desired shapes and just warm the plate on flame and take out the pieces. Enjoy this traditional atte ka patisa.

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