Bhajaniche thalipeeth recipe - This thalipeeth is very special because I have used bajri or pearl millet instead of rice to make the thalipeeth flour. Bajri is low in glycemic index when compared to rice. Thalipeeth is a healthy dish prepared with bhajani, onion, cilantro and chilli mixture. This is a traditional pancake of Maharashtra prepared in every home with their own version. A very tasty, filling, energetic and nutritious dish with all goodness of pearl millet, green gram, chiickpeas and black gram. This can be served in the morning as a breakfast and in the evening as a tea time snack for any age group. If you have bhajani in your hand, you can prepare this dish very quickly whenever you want to have and serve.
Put the chopped onions into a large bowl.
Add the chopped green chillies and grated fresh coconut.
Add the chopped coriander leaves.
Add the chilli powder, turmeric powder, grated ginger and salt.
Add the bhajani or multi grain flour.
Mix till all the ingredients combine well.
Make a chapathi consistency dough by using sufficient water.
Divide the dough into 5 equal portion and roll them into round balls.
Dust the dough ball with flour and place it on a rolling board.
Roll out the medium thick thalipeeth by using a roller pin.
Shallow fry the thalipeeth on a pan by using some ghee.Serve bhajaniche thalipeeth hot with choice of your side dish.
Multi grain flour for thalipeeth with pearl millet
Multi grain flour for thalipeeth with rice
Thalipeeth using multi grain flour with rice