Ratale kis | Sweet Potato Recipe

Ratale Kis

Ratale Kis

 

Ratale kis is a Maharashtrian dish made of grated sweet potatoes. The name Ratale kis says it all, Ratale means Sweet Potato and Kis means grated in Marathi. Sweet potatoes are nutrition packed delicious root vegetable. Like most of the root vegetables, sweet potatoes too are very healthy and filling. They have cholesterol in them, thus making it one of the healthiest option for those trying to get healthier. Loaded with fiber and potassium, this is not only beneficial for weight but also promotes healthy hair. This sweet potato sweet dish is easy to make and undoubtedly delicious. The crushed peanuts add a crunch and nutty flavor to the soft textured sweet potatoes. For similar recipes, you can check, Aloo ka halwa, Peanut Ladoo, Rajira Sheera.




So let’s get started with Ratale Kis:

 

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 15 Minutes

Total Time: 25 Minutes

Serves for 2-3.

 

Ingredients:

 

1) 4 cup grated sweet potato

2) 1 cup crushed peanuts

3) 1 cup Sugar

4) 1 tbsp ghee

5) 1/2 tsp cardamom powder

 

Method:

 

Wash sweet potatoes thoroughly with water. Peel them and then grate it.

Put grated sweet potatoes in cold water. It will avoid changes in colour.

Heat a pan, add ghee and wait till it becomes hot.

Add grated sweet potato and stir.

Let it cook for 10 minutes and stir in between avoid burning.

Add sugar, crushed peanuts and mix well.

Keep a lid and let it cook for 5 minutes or till the sugar melts.

Add cardamom powder and mix well.

Remove from flame and serve.

 

How to make Ratale Kis With Step By Step Images:

 

1) Wash sweet potatoes thoroughly with water. Peel them and then grate it.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

2) Put grated sweet potatoes in cold water. It will avoid changes in colour.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

3) Heat a pan, add ghee and wait till it becomes hot.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

4) Add grated sweet potato and stir.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

5) Let it cook for 10 minutes and stir in between avoid burning.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

6) Add crushed peanuts, sugar  and mix well.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

7) Keep a lid and let it cook for 5 minutes or till the sugar melts.

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

Ratale-kis

Ratale-kis

 

8) Add cardamom powder and mix well.  Remove from flame and serve.

 

Ratale Kis

Ratale Kis





 

 

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