Sabudana Thalipeeth

The husband and I are fasting for Navratri. I shall be keeping the fast till tomorrow aka saptami while he shall be keeping it will Navmi.

It has been a great opportunity to learn new stuff for the Vrat/fast. I could make sabudana perfectly, made kuttu pooris, aalu kuttu kadhi and dahi wale aalu etc. I saw this recipe on Nishamadhulika.com and wanted to give it a try.

Here is all that you shall need:

1 cup… Sabudana/Sago (Well soaked, drained and dried)

1 cup… Boiled and Mashed potato

1/2 cup… Kuttu/singhade ka aata (Buckwheat/waterchestnut flour)

2-3.. chopped green chillies

1 tsp.. Pepper

Sendha namak to taste (Rock Salt)

Ghee/Oil

A plastic sheet to roll the thalipeeth

A pan/griddle

Method:

  • In a mixing bowl, tip in the potatoes, sabudana, green chillies, flour, salt and pepper and make a soft dough out of it.
  • You shall net need any water to bind this one.
  • Lay the plastic sheet flat on the surface and grease it with ghee/oil.
  • Heat the pan/griddle and put a little oil/ghee on it.
  • Carefully transfer the thalipeeth to the pan.
  • Using a wooden spoon with a round handle, make a hole in the center of the thalipeeth.
  • Put a little oil/ghee in the center and around the surface of the thalipeeth.
  • Cook until one side is nice and brown.
  • Flip it and cook for a few min.
  • Serve it hot with lots of love.

It can be eaten with curd/kadhi/aalu ki subzi etc.

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Cheers,

Pallavi

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