Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Sabudana Thalipeeth

Day Three of  Blogging Marathon#14 is Sabudana Thalipeeth which can be eaten during fast.

Thalipeeth is a Marathi word which means multigrain pancake.
This is very common Maharashtrian breakfast dish. In Maharashtra "bhajani" (mixture of flours) is readily available or it can be prepared at home too.
I have already blogged about "Carrot Cabbage Bhajaniche Thalipeeth"
This time, the dish is Sabudana Thalipeeth ( Thalipeeth that can be eaten during fast)
Again, Upasachi Bhajani (mixture of flours like sabudana, shengada and rajagira) is readily available or else the same can be prepared at home too.......
The kids love this Thalipeeth and insist on fasting as they get to eat this :))
Sabudana Thalipeeth ( Multigrain Pancake which can be eaten when one is fasting)

Ingredients :
Upasachi Bhajani (I used ready made flour mixture available) - 2 cups
Potato (Boiled) - 1
Sabudana (Sago) - 1 cup ( washed and soaked in water for atleast 2 hrs)
Salt as per taste
Red chilli powder - 1 teaspoon
Cumin seeds - 1/2 teaspoon
Sugar - pinch
Ghee or refined oil - 1 teaspoon
Crushed groundnut powder (danyache khut) - 1/2 cup
Coriander leaves - bunch

Method :
1) Wash and soak sabudana (sago) in water for atleast 2 hrs.
2) Drain the excess water and keep aside.
3) Peel the skin of boiled potato and grate finely.
4) Mix together in a large bowl upasachi bhajani, grated boiled potato, salt,sugar, coriander leaves,cumin seeds, red chilli powder,crushed groundnut powder and oil.
5) Add water and knead it to the dough. The consistency of the dough should be harder than that of chapati.
6) Make small round balls of the dough.
7) Flatten them using your hands on plastic sheets. Coat some oil on the sheets and your palms so that it doesn't stick.
8) Place the flatten dough on heated girdle/tava.
9) If nonstick pan is not being used, ensure that some oil is spread on the girdle before you place the flatten dough so that it should not stick.
10) Cover with lid and let it cook on medium flame.
11) When you hear the crackling sound, flip it on the other side and let it cook without lid.
12) Serve hot with curds or pickle.

Sending this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight, guest hosted by me themed onEasy to Make Snacks under30 mins......

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing Blogging Marathon#14........ 


The Pumpkin Farm said...

looks yummy Rujuta...for some dishes have that instant affinity ...thalipeeth is one of them..it reminds me so much of my aaji

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

good one. I have the flours individually and shall try the mixture of flours with sabudana..

Chef Mireille said...

looks very healthy

Srivalli said...

You know this looks very much like the sarva pindi we recently did, at least in the looks quarter..nice one..I have always been wanting to make this..never came around..

Suma Gandlur said...

Never tried with sabudaana. I have to try this.

Rajani S said...

nice one.

rekhas kitchen said...

I had this one lang back in my friends house it's a delicious snack.

the mad said...

Our favourite thalipeeth.