Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Radish thaalipeeth

The thaalipeeth which I am telling you about is made from different flours or you can use thaalipeeth bhajani. You can add any kind of vegetables in it (methi, spinach, radish etc.).I tried out radish thaalipeeth for my daughter and she never realized what she was eating.....it is a good way to trick her...

  • 1 cup of grated radish
  • 1/2 diced onion
  • 2 handfuls of besan flour
  • 1 handful of chapati flour
  • 1 handful of corn meal
  • 1 handful of rice flour
  • 1 handful of jowar flour
  • 3 pinches of ajwain
  • 1/2 spoon dhaniya jeera powder 
  • Salt
  • Turmeric
  • Red chilli powder
  • Corriander leaves
Process->Mix all the flours together and roast them in a pan for 10 -15 min on a slow flame till the raw smell goes. Keep on stirring continuously or it will burn. In the flour mix ajwain, dhaniya jeera powder, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric and corriander leaves. Add radish to the flour and mix it. If required add water to the dough. Make medium soft dough as the radish oozes out some water. If the dough becomes too watery add some besan atta and knead it. On a medium hot tava add some oil and take a small round of the dough and pat it with the help of little water quickly (Thickness 1/4 inch).If you are not able to make it in a round it does not matter. Make 4-5 holes in the thaalipeeth and drizzle some oil and cover it for 2 minutes .Turn it and cook it .Some brown spots appear on the thalipeeth. Serve it hot with curd or chutney or loni (homemade butter).

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