|Alternative names||Ari pathil, pathil|
|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Kerala|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour|
|Variations||Neypathiri, poricha pathiri, meen pathiri, irachi pathiri|
Pathiri (Malayalam: പത്തിരി, pronounced [patː̪iɾi]) is a pancake made of rice flour. It is part of the local cuisine among the Mappilas of Malabar region in Kerala State of Southern India.
Today, pathiri is still a popular dish among the Muslims in Kerala.