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Koat Pitha

Koat Pitha

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Kota Pitha is a dessert served in Northeastern State of India.. When we choose Arunachal pradesh recipes we are limited with very few ingredients and recipes to try, I got carrot and banana as my secret ingredient for the month of October for she cooking. This month i was paired with Shobha Keshwani  to complete my task, Shobha who writes her recipes in the name of  Shobhasfoodmazaa, she have N number of Indian recipes with innovative twist, and she cover all continental cuisines with her explorer food ideas.

Felt really tough to identify a perfect recipe to match for our south Indian taste bud. Koat Pitha is a dessert which is served after a light meal or as a snack with masala chai. Jeshu’s statement “Amma ithu pakoda mathiri irrukku but taste sweet ah irukku” ( Mom this looks like our side pakoda but with sweet taste), and he started calling this as sweet pakoda. We all had a great tea time with this new innovated fritters. Hope this post helps you to learn about a new recipe. 

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Step by Step picture Instruction

Grate carrots in a mixing bowl 


Add ripped banana to the bowl, mash well in the mixing bowl


Add int he grated jaggery and mix well to dissolve the jaggery 


Add rice flour to the bowl 


Mix well the batter, add 1/4 cup water to mix the batter in a thick consistency. 


Heat a pan with oil on medium flame, drop the batter using  a spoon into the hot oil, deep fry the fritters till they turn golden brown colour. 


Kota Pitha

Recipe Cuisine: Indian/Andhra Pradesh  | Recipe Category: Dessert
Prep Time: 1o mins | Cook time: 15 mins | Serves: 4



Banana 1 large (Robust)
Carrot 1 medium sized
Rice Flour 1/2 cup
Jaggery 1/4 cup
Oil 1/2 cup



  •     Take grated carrots in a mixing bowl, add the ripped banana to the bowl and mash altogether.
  •      Add grated Jaggery and mix well to dissolve the jaggery.  Add the rice flour and mix well without any lumps, mix Kota pitha Batter until  well combined and becomes a thick batter. 
  •     Heat a pan with oil on medium flame, drop spoon full of batter to the hot oil and deep fry those Kota Pitha’s till they turn deep golden brown colour. 


    • I used good ripped Robust banana to the recipe, if you are using some other variety of banana add 1/4 cup of water to mix the batter. 
    • if the jaggery has dust, then boil the jaggery with 1/4 cup of water, remove the scum and use it to mix the batter. 

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