Baked Stuffed Sweet Potato Patties (Dhansak flavored)

Baked-Stuffed-Sweet-Potato-Patties-(Dhansak flavored)

Baked stuffed sweet potato patties are healthy snack recipe as these are baked with little oil. My kidoos and nephew love palak paneer so wanted to try this patties with palak panner stuffing. This is great way to make kids eat veggies with no guilt. This recipe is part of Bellynirvana program from Plattershare in association with Placeof Origin.in. Through this program I have received Dhansak masala and Gobindobhog rice. I have related recipes to gobindobhog rice and dhansak masala check these baked samosa, guliyappa using gobindobhog rice, kayi vade, onigiri. Dhansak masala is aromatic masala which is part of Parsi cuisine. In this baked patties recipe the outer sweet potato covering gives a nice sweet and spicy bite while the inner stuffing is so flavored with dhansak masala giving an authentic parsi touch to patties. Do try these simple, healthy recipe and do share your feedback.

If you wish to buy dhansak masala click the link below

https://www.placeoforigin.in/staples/spices-grains

So this is my way of doing it and here is the recipe

Course: Snacks

Cuisine: North Indian/Parsi

Preparation time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 1 hour

Serves: 5

Ingredients:

For outer layer

Sweet potato (cooked and mashed)-2 cups

Red chili powder-1 tbsp

Corn flour-1 tbsp

Salt as per taste

For stuffing

Onion finely chopped – ½ cup

Garlic finely chopped-1 tsp

Paneer grated- 1¼ cup

Palak or spinach (chopped long pieces)-1 cup

Dhansak masala-1 tbsp

Red chili powder- ½ tbsp

Lemon juice- ½ tbsp

Cumin or Jeera-1 tsp

Oil as required

Salt as per taste

For coating

Corn flour-2 tbsp

Besan flour-1 tbsp

Red chili powder- ½ tsp

Salt as per taste

Water-2 tbsp

Rusk powder as required

Method:

  1. Take a bowl add the mashed sweet potato, red chili powder, salt and corn flour.
  2. Mix well and form dough. Keep this aside for further use.
  3. Take a pan, add oil, cumin, saute well.
  4. Add onion, garlic, saute well. Now add palak leaves, saute well on medium flame.
  5. Now add dhansak masala, red chili powder, lemon juice, salt, saute well. Add paneer gratings mix well on medium flame. Cool this mixture for stuffing.
  6. Mix together corn flour, besan, red chili powder, salt, water and make a thin paste. Keep this aside.
  7. Make balls of sweet potato dough. Stuff the palak paneer masala. Shape them into patties.
  8. Dip in corn flour besan paste. Roll them in rusk powder.
  9. Refrigerate the patties for half an hour.
  10. Preheat the oven at 200℃ for 10 minutes. Bake the patties on parchment paper lined baking tray for 25 minutes. Apply little oil and bake on both the sides.
  11. Grill the patties for 2 to 4 minutes to get nice crisp layer. Serve hot with sauce or green chutney, sweet chutney.

 

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My Notes:

Salt and spiciness can be adjusted as per taste.

The variation of these patties is using mashed potato or raw banana for outer covering.

Rusk powder or bread crumbs can be used for coating.

Refrigeration makes the patties hold the shape during baking.

Grilling the patties is optional, I prefer this way to give a nice crust and colour to patties.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ramyarecipes says:

    Nice idea to bake patties & beautiful presentation 👍

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Megala says:

    Great recipe ! Like to try it soon !!

    Like

  3. Loved the images and your take on the ingredients. Cheers.

    Like

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