Ragda Pattice is a popular street food dish from the Indian state of Maharashtra. It consists of two main components: ragda, a spicy white pea curry, and pattice, which are shallow-fried potato patties. The pattice are made by mashing boiled potatoes with spices, shaping them into round patties, and then frying them until golden and crispy. The ragda is made by cooking white peas with a blend of spices and herbs to create a flavorful and slightly tangy curry. The dish is typically garnished with a variety of chutneys, onions, tomatoes, and sev (crunchy fried noodles). Ragda Pattice is known for its contrasting textures and flavors, with the soft and creamy potato patties complementing the spicy and tangy curry. It is a popular street food snack enjoyed for its delicious taste and satisfying nature.