Pathrade Upkari

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Pathrade is perhaps the most popular dish of the konkani people – I put it up before and you all loved it. A derivative of pathrate is the shallow fried pathrade and yet another is the Pathrade upkari/curry which is what I have for you today. Fresh pathrade can’t be broken into pieces hence we prepare this dish the following day. Here it is.

What you need to have:

1. Pathrade pieces – 3 cups

2. Finely chopped Onion – 3/4 cup

3. Chopped Tomatoes – 2 tablespoons

4. Chopped Garlic pods – A few

5. Turmeric powder – 1 teaspoon

6. Chilli powder(less spicy) – 1 teaspoon

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Broken pathrade pieces

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Ingredients of Seasoning

What you do with what you have:

1. Just break the pathrade into pieces and keep it aside as shown in the image 1.

2. Wash, peal and chop onions very fine and also peal and chop garlic pods fine. Wash and chop tomatoes also fine and keep it aside seperately as shown in the image 2.

3. Place a skillet with 4-5 teaspoons of cooking oil in it on a medium flame. On heating add chopped garlic pods from step 2 to it and when fried add chopped tomatoes from step 1 and fry it for about 2-3 minuites. Now add chopped onions too from step 2 to it adding required quantity of salt to it. (Already pathrade contains salt)

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Chopped onions being fried in seasoning

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4. When both are fried add chilli powder and turmeric powder to it and saute well.

5. Finally add chopped Pathrade pieces from step 1 to the seasoning and saute well and switch off the flame.

Picture 127 Ready to serve Pathrade Upkari

Ready to serve Pathrade upkari is as shown in the image above and  served hot with rice and rasam below !

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Ready to serve Pathrade Upkari with Rasam rice

How long it takes: 30  minutes

Number of servings: 4-5  people

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6 thoughts on “Pathrade Upkari

    Vani said:
    September 21, 2009 at 8:00 pm

    Love, love patrode. This upkari with tomatoes is new to me. Looks really yum!!

      prathibalrao responded:
      September 27, 2009 at 7:08 am

      Hi Vani,

      This Upkari is the modified edition over the old conventional one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Shilpa Rao said:
    September 25, 2009 at 12:50 pm

    Pachi, may be you can even name the dishes in the side compartment and the topping on the rice. Is the randai some ambat??

      prathibalrao responded:
      September 27, 2009 at 7:07 am

      Hi Shilpa,

      The randai is drumstick and brinjal sukke and the rice is served with Rasam. I hope i am clear.Thanx for ur suggestion as well.

    Anjali said:
    October 7, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    Hi aunty,
    Guess upkari goes well without addin tomatoes as well,just onions is good enough since you would already add tamarind for pathrade. I didn’t like the tomato addition on this part.Rest is okay.
    Thanks,
    Anjali

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