Monday, August 3, 2009

Sabudana Thalipith

As promise in my post of Danyachi Amti, I am posting one more recipe for fast. After sabudana khichadi, sabudana vada is very famous among everybody. But it's very oily, I prefer to make sabudana thalipith instead of vadas. This thalipith tastes good with coconut chutney or sweet mango or lime pickle.























Ingredients

Sabudana - 1 cup
Boiled and mashed potatoes - 1 cup
Danyacha Kut (Roasted peanut powder) - 1/2 cup
Jeera (Cumin seeds) - 1/2 teaspoon
Red chili powder - 1, 1/2 teaspoons or chopped green chilies - 3-4
Chopped coriander leaves - 2-3 tablespoons
Sugar - 1/2 teaspoon
Lemon juice - 1 tablespoon
Pure ghee - 3-4 tablespoons
Salt to taste


Procedure

Wash Sabudana 2 to 3 times. Soak the sabudana in water . Water level should be just above the sabudana level. Soak sabudana for 3-4 hours. Now add all the ingredients except ghee in sabudana. Mix all and form a dough of this mixture. Make equal balls of this dough. Spread 1 table spoon ghee on the surface of flat frying pan. Keep one of the dough ball in the centre of the pan. Using your palm and fingers flatten the dough into a round even roti. Make 2-3 holes with the your finger. Add 1-2 drops of ghee in each of these holes. Cover the lid and cook for 2 min. Turn the side and roast other side. Serve with coconut chutney, curd or sweet pickle.

11 comments:

shanthi said...

Lovely try

chakhlere said...

Hello!!
First time here. You have an amazing blog and great recipes!
I specially liked all the typical marathi recipes. Just great. Reminded me of my mom's swaympak.

Thaliphit looks yummy. Seeing yours I will make some thaliphits!

Priti said...

This is new for me and looks nice...lovely colour

Usha said...

I love both sabudana khichdi and vada, but I have never tried sabudana thalipeeth, sounds delicious!

apurva said...

hello... i loved ur recipes n will surely follow...

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Kanchan said...

first timer @ your blog ... loved it .. very kool recipes !!

Arch said...

sabudana thalipeet is really new to me...i love sabudana, especially sabudana khichdi, but mins never turns out right :( will give this a try !

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Interesting recipe and looks yum!

Sukanya said...

The sabudana thalipeeth looks yummy.

Kriti said...

I tried it last night.. it was yummy. I have always been a fan of sabudana khichdi and vada.. but, like u mentioned, didn't make vada very often as it is too oily. This is a nice work-about.. almost same taste, with less oil!

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