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Friday, July 13, 2012

Thalipith Flour(Bhajani)

Here's a Recipe for Thalipith Flour (Bhajani) for Thalipith (Multigrain pancake) as promised.

Traditional Method:
Thalipith Flour (Bhajani) - Recipe
Rice - 1 cup
Jowar (Sorghum)- 1 cup
Bajra (Pearl Millet) - 1 cup
Wheat - 1/4 cup
Urad dal (black lentil) - 1/2 cup
Chana dal - 1/2 cup
Coriander seeds - 1/2 cup
Cumin seeds - 1/2 cup

1. Roast each ingredient separately on a low flame till it gets fragrant.
2. When cool, grind this in a flour mill and store in an airtight container.

Modern day alternative:
Flour mills are not easily accessible these days. And if you are in a big city or outside India, then 'Forget-about-it'. So this is the alternative method you can go for.

Rice flour - 1 cup
Jowar (sorghum) flour - 1 cup
Bajra (millet) flour - 1 cup
Whole Wheat Flour - 1 cup
Besan (Chickpea / gram) flour - 1/2 cup
Urad (black lentil) flour - 1/2 cup (I have rarely seen this in the grocery stores, in that case you can skip this.)
Coriander powder - 1/2 cup
Cumin powder - 1/2 cup

1. Mix all the flours and powders well.
2. Store them in a airtight container (don't refrigerate) and you can use the flour as and when required.

31 comments:

  1. I never knew that coriander seeds and cumin seeds were added in bhajni flour... thanks for sharing this recipe

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  2. Nice recipe dear and congrats on the Fabulous Blog Ribbon! I'm so happy that u shared it with me :) Thanks a lot..

    Cheers!
    Vani

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    1. I had Thalipith on a cold wintry morning at 7 on a highway to Sholapur. Loved it.

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  4. Congrats on your ribbon, Meg! I love reading all these fabulous things about you and also your thalipith recipes, they are very original to me :)

    Hugs

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  5. congrats........ wishing you many more awards

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  6. congrats meg.. keep rocking..

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  7. Congrats dear,wish you many many more,keep rocking!

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  8. That's a very new recipe to me dear.Thanks.
    Very happy to know more about you there.Congrats on that Ribbon !

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  9. Congrats on your award :)
    Keep rocking....

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  10. Hi Meghana ,

    CONGRATULATIONssss for the Award!!!!

    Thank you for sharing with me :)))

    Keep on Dear...

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  11. Loved this traditional recipe!congrats for the fabulous blog award and thanks for sharing it with me..

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  12. Hi
    Thanks for sharing this healthy recipe..will try it for sure!
    Congrats on your award n nice knowing u more!!
    Spicy Treats

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  13. Looks so delicious and healthy. I'm wondering if you could use a food processor to grind the grains? Maybe it needs a slower process. I've heard of people grinding their own grains here. I should ask around.

    Congrats on the blog ribbon too!

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  14. Nice recipe! Congrats Meg on your blog ribbon, great to know more about you :)

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  15. Congrats on the award and glad to know more about you, friend! :)

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  16. Thanks for sharing this nutritious recipe and nice to know more about you Meghana.

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  17. Delicious multigrain flour. love to try some time.


    Congrats on your blog button

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  18. Congrats Maghana, Thalipeeth is such a fav at home.. great to get to know you more!

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  19. thanks for sharing the thalipath.. .book marked... and happy to know more about u...

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  20. Hey Meghana congrats for the award!!And thanks for sharing it with me!!!may you receive many more......

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  21. Congrats on ur award, wat a healthy and nutritious post.

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  22. I was wondering what you use that flour for and then i saw you previous post. It's a nutritious alternative.

    Congrats on your award Meg!

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  23. Congrats on your award and Glad to know about yourself. I have only tried South Indian recipe like dosa, idli, mendu vada, uttapam, upma, etc... I haven't tried any other South Indian traditional recipes. I hope to visit India soon.

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  24. that 5 fabulous moments moved me a lot. sometimes small incidents makes up happy. other people can frown. can say, 'what a big deal?'. but who gets the happiness, she/he can only understand. very nice... and obviously congrats for you award. i wish, you would win more and more prizes in future.

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  25. Authentic Maharastrian Dish!!! :) Happy cooking...

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