Food for Every Soul

Hello Helpers! Welcome back to another edition of Food for Every Soul by myself, Mayathefirst! In this series I interview people from the Help Force about their favorite and famous recipes. For this weeks recipe, I decided to interview a very popular dynasty member in our server, HF Dynasty: Plotter! 

I started off by asking Plotter some questions about the recipe he decided to share with us today!

Welcome Plotter to our Recipe series interview! Can you tell us what recipe you will talking about today?

Plotter: Today I will be talking about Pathishapta with Kheer

Patishapta – tastediary

Can you tell us why this recipe is important to you? Is it a family recipe, and is there any history or story behind it?

Plotter: Usually my mum makes these during some of the festivals we have, and I usually help her int he kitchen when she makes them. THEY TASTE TOO GOOD!!! My mum’s cooking tastes the best to me. I think it’s really fun when I get to spend time with her making these for the rest of the family, and we eat them after our meals, like sweet dishes. We only ever make them during special occasions so its really special to me because i dont get to eat them as often. 

But here comes the best part, the recipe! (As explained by Plotter!)


  1. Add the rice grains to an electric grinder and blitz them to a fine powder. You now have rice flour.
  2. In a mixing bowl, add the maida (75 g), sooji (30 g), rice flour (10 g), sugar (30 g), salt (¼ tsp), and milk (280 g).
  3. Mix the ingredients together till they are more or less combined. Do not over-mix or your crêpes may turn out chewy.
  4. Cover the batter and set it aside to rest, for 2 hours. This will allow time for the sooji to swell up and the sugar to melt. While your batter is resting, prepare the kheer, which will form the filling for our patishapta.


  1. Take 1.5 kg milk in a heavy-bottom saucepan and set it to boil. Once bubbling, stir in 65 g sugar.
  2. Keep boiling the milk, while stirring it continuously, for about 90 minutes. During this entire time, the pot should be on medium to low heat.
  3. At regular intervals of 3–4 minutes, be sure to scrape the solids from the bottom and sides of the pot, and incorporate them into the boiling milk. This step, as well as the previous one, is crucial. We don’t want our kheer to burn at any point.
  4. Once the milk has thickened such that when you lift some of it on your spoon and drop it, it falls in clumps, make a paste of 1 tsp flour and 1 tbsp milk.
  5. Add this paste to the pot. Stir and cook for another 5 minutes. Allow the kheer to cool before proceeding to the next stage.


  1. Divide the kheer in equal portions of 22 g each. Give your batter a quick stir till it is uniform.
  2. Now, set a non-stick pan on medium-low flame and allow it to heat up completely. Once the pan is hot, smear it with a very, very light coating of ghee(remember, we are already using a non-stick pan).
  3. Using a ladle, take about 25 g of the batter and drop it in the centre of the pan. Swirl it around gradually to form a thin crêpe, about 12 cm in diameter.
  4. Roll a portion of the kheer between your palms to form a log (about 8 cm long), and flatten it with your fingers.
  5. Place it at one end of the crêpe and start folding the crêpe into a roll, with the help of a spatula. [Note that we are cooking only one side of the crêpe.]
  6. Transfer the patishapta from the pan to a plate and proceed making the rest. These can be eaten hot, or they can be cooled and stored in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.

Patishapta with Kheer Filling—detailed recipe with video | Bong Eat...

Can you tell us why this recipe is important to you? Is it a family recipe, and is there any history or story behind it?

Plotter: People will probably enjoy this is because you dont need to make it too sweet, the people who dont have a sweet tooth will be able to eat this as well and the recipe is quite versatile, i personally have tried these with nutella.

Thank you Plotter for this yummy recipe!

With that, we’ve reached the end of the post. I know you wanted to read more XD but I will be back next time with more fresh and delicious content. If anyone would like to share a recipe with us, DM me with your ideas!

Bon Appetit! <3

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