Put the mocha in a pot, add water, sprinkle a little turmeric powder, red chilli powder and salt and boil the mocha before cooking. The banana leaves cannot be used raw for the paturi, so wash the leaves properly, apply a little mustard oil on both sides, and carefully roast the sides over low flame.
Strain the boiled mocha and put it in a bowl, add 2tbsp of mustard oil, curd, mustard paste, poppy seed paste, grated coconut (it can also be added at the end of the recipe, while serving the dish). Mix all the ingredients thoroughly and leave it a side.
Take a single sheet of banana leaf, take a spoon full of the mocha mixture and place it in between the leaf, add 1tsp of mustard oil on top and place a green chilli. Now carefully wrap the banana leaf and fix it with a toothpick or a thread. Continue the drill for the rest of the filling.
Put a frying pan on medium flame, add the rest of the mustard oil and let it heat for a minute. Now carefully place the banana wraps and cover the frying pan with a lid. 3 minutes later, remove the lid and turn over the wraps, by this time the side frying would have turned a beautiful golden color, established it is cooked. Now cook the other side, until it turns beautiful golden color. Once done, take it off the frying pan and serve with hot steamed rice. Your Mochar Paturi is ready, enjoy!