Saturday, March 12, 2011



A complete mean in its self, Thalipith is a favorite and healthy food option .Made with a variety of flour, its high in its protein content.  We usually eat it for lunch or dinner, with curd and just even plain.


1. 1 Cup Jowar Flour
2. 1/2 Cup Besan Flour
3 1/2 Cup Rice Flour
4 1/4 Cup Chapatti Flour (whole wheat flour)
5 2 1/2 spoons whole jeera
6 4 spoons chopped corriander
7 1 medium finely chopped onion
8 1/4 spoon turmeric
9 1/4 spoon hing
10 1 cup pf any finely chopped green vegetable of your choice (like palak/ methi leave)
11 1/2 spoon red chilly powder
12 salt to taste


1. In a big bowl add the chopped onions, green vegetables, corriander and all the flour together. Mix well.
2 Add the other ingredients to the bowl and water to mix well and make a dough. The consistency of the dough can be similar to your chapatti dough
3. Keep aise for 15-20 minutes. Then divided the dough into small balls, and place each bowl on a sheet of paper with oil on it. Wet your hands and spread the dough on the paper to form a circle.
4. Place the Thalipith on a hot tava, and pull out the paper after 45 seconds. Spread little ghee on the Thalipith and cook from both sides. Repeat this process for each Thallipith

Serve hot with Curd/ and or dry chutney powder.

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