Multiflour Thalipeeth

Hey guys! The recipe I am posting today is healthy breakfast recipe and very easy to make. So lets get cooking…

Ingredients:

Wheat flour – 1/2 cup

Jowar flour – 1/4 cup

Rice flour – 1/4 cup

Maize/Makai flour – 1/4 cup

Bajra/Pearl Millet flour – 1/4 cup

Carrot (grated) – 1 carrot

Methi/Fenugreek (fresh) (finely chopped) – 1 cup

Gobi/Cabbage (grated) – 1/4 cup

Cucumber/Kakdi (grated) – 1 medium

Potato (grated) – 1 small

Curd – 2 tbsp

Ginger paste – 1 tsp

Green Chilly (finely chopped) – 2 tbsp

Salt as per taste

Sesame seeds/Til for garnish

oil for greasing

Method:

1) In a bowl take all the ingredients together and make a semi soft dough (do not add water in kneading this dough). Cover and keep aside for 10 minutes. Make small balls out of this dough and roll them into small roti shape thalipeeth.

2) Cover one top with sesame seeds and press them into the thalipeeth gently. On a non stick pan grease it with oil and cook both the sides of the thalipeeth till golden brown. Serve hot.

 ‘This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla and sponsored by BakezbyDaizy.

18 responses to “Multiflour Thalipeeth”

  1. This looks so unique and appetising! The recipe is easy to follow and healthy as well. Appreciate you sharing this amazing recipe!

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  2. This looks so easy, im definitely going to try. Caz it has a lot of health advantages caz of the veggies.
    Awesome recipe advice.

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  3. That’s a wonderful and healthy recipe one can have in breakfast and my mom also makes it. You will not believe that I had it yesterday in breakfast. It tastes yummy

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  4. Interesting mix of five flours in a breakfast dish.

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  5. This is quite similar to bhajni thalipeeth, just that you’ve used ready flours in it. This is a healthy and nutritious breakfast option. We make it often.

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  6. This looks really healthy and nutritious. I have never tried adding cucumber in thalipeeth. Surely worth a try. Thanks for sharing another wonderful recipe.

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  7. This looks like a very healthy recipes.. You have added all healthy stuff. I am surely going to try this.

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  8. Thalipeeth, one of my favorite breakfast / lunch item. As a maharshtrian I am grown up by eating this. Not able to make it frequently nowadays 😐 After reading your recipe it will surely go in my breakfast menu.

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  9. My Gujarati friend makes this for me. I have never tried it at home. Thanks for sharing…will try this at home.

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  10. Cannot get healthier than this, Shail. Must be tasting delicious as well. I love regular thalipeeth and have made sabudana one too.

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  11. Another winner from you, Shail. Love all the veggies you added too. It sure is one healthy breakfast recipe. Thanks for sharing it.

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  12. This looks like a yummy as well as healthy recipe. I remember reading another thalipeet recipe too from you some time back. That turned out yummy!

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  13. Adding this to the Navratri menu right away!

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  14. I love having Thalipeeth. Gimme all the carbs. However your multi grain recipe makes it so much healthier! Will try!

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  15. Last week an aunty just taught us how to make Thailipeeth! I will share this with her too and see if there are different versions 🙂

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  16. One of my friends from Gujrat used to make this so good. Now that you’ve shared the recipe I cant tell you how much happy I am. It looks delicious.

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  17. This is something new for me. I have made thalipeeth but not this multi-flour way Would love to try this out.

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  18. You know, just yesterday I was thinking of searching and making Thalipeeth. Now that my problem is solved I am making it right away

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