Monday, April 30, 2012


Thaali peeth are a variation of Indian fried breads, called parathas, which are made as big as plate or thaali. These parathas are made by mixing all kinds of flour so these contain a huge proportion of fiber in them. These are made spicy and are eaten with pickles which makes them most favorite dish of whole family. Below is the simple procedure written of making thaali peeth. Follow it and enjoy it.

  • One cup wheat flour (regular aata)
  • Half cup chick pea flour (besan)
  • Three tablespoons cup semolina (sooji)
  • Half cup rice flour
  • Salt as per taste
  • One teaspoon cumin powder (pisa hua jeera)
  • One onion cubed
  • Fresh coriander leaves
  • Green chilies
Preparation Process:
Mix all the ingredients well and knead with water to form smooth dough. Grease your palms with oil and make medium sized eight balls. Roll them to make medium sized rotis or pan cakes and place them on the hot skillet. When both sides start turning brown, drop two tablespoons oil on the skillet and fry roti.

Mouthwatering thaalipeeth is ready. Serve with raita and pickle.

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