Maharashtrian Bhajaniche Thalipeeth | Spiced Onion and Multigrain Flatbread | खुसखुशीत,खमंग भाजणीचे थालिपीठ

How to make Maharashtrian Bhajaniche Thalipeeth | Spiced Multigrain Flatbread | खुसखुशीत भाजणीचे थालिपीठ

Hello Foodies, 
          One of my favorite, rustic, colorful, and nutritious delicacies from my back home is Thalipeeth(Maharashtrian Multigrain Flour Flatbread). It is a spicy, flavorsome flat-bread made with flour from different grains and lentils. In this recipe, grains and lentils are roasted and then milled/ground into a combined powder called ‘bhajani’/'multigrain flour.' But if you find it difficult to make your multigrain flour, then you can buy different flours and mix them. 


The flour mix is then flavored with herbs and Indian spices and made into a soft, pliable dough. Then flattened the dough using fingers and cooked it on the hot skillet. Whenever I prepare it, it takes me to my childhood. My Aai(mother) used to prepare this and serve us hot thalipeeth with freshly made butter(लोणी) and matki chi usal/chawli chi usal(उसळ).   
      

    I have used leftover bhajani/multigrain flour made to make bhajanichi chakli for Diwali faral. You can whip up many nutritious snacks in a jiffy if you have a pre-made stock of this multigrain flour. Apart from making Thalipeeth, this Bhajani can also be used to make snacks like multigrain flour fritters, pooris, baked multigrain crackers, etc. The proportion of the grains may vary from region to region or even from household to household. This recipe includes most whole grains and is easy to make. You may change the amount of some of the ingredients depending on your taste and availability. It is lighter on the stomach and quite filling too. 

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To serve the Thalipeeth:
  • Serve thalipeeth with the dollop of freshly made Loni/Butter/Makhan
  • It can be served with pickle and curd/yogurt
  • It tastes delicious when served with any उसळ(usal) or sprouts stir-fry. 

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes; Cooking Time: 15 Minutes. 
Each serving of thalipeeth contains 165 calories.

Ingredients:
  • Bhajani flour/ Multigrain Flour 1 ½ Cups
  • Sesame seeds 1 Tbsp 
  • Carom seeds 1 Tsp 
  • Green chili-ginger-garlic paste 1 Tsp 
  • Red chili powder ½ Tbsp
  • Turmeric ½ Tsp
  • Salt 1 Tsp 
  • Onion ½ small, finely chopped 
  • Coriander leaves 2 Tbsp 
  • Oil 3-4 Tsp
  • Water as needed 

Instructions:
  • In a bowl, add multigrain flour, sesame seeds, carom seeds, green chilies - ginger-garlic paste, red chili, and turmeric powder, salt, onion, coriander leaves, and oil 1 Tsp. 
  • Mix all well and by adding water knead to make a soft dough. 
  • Cover and keep aside for 10 minutes; after 10 minutes, divide the dough into five equal parts. 
  • Place the wet cotton cloth on the floor and sprinkle some water.
  • Take one dough ball and spread or flatten the dough on the cloth to form a thalipeeth.
  • If dough sticks to your fingers, just wet the fingers and again spread the dough in a circular shape.
  • With your fingers, make 5-6 holes in the flattened dough, so that will help to cook thalipeeth well. 
  • Transfer / flip the thalipeeth on the tava or skillet and remove the cloth. 
  • Cook on both sides until golden brown, using oil.
  • Repeat with the rest of the dough. 
  • Here, Healthy and Tasty Multigrain Flour Thalipeeths are ready to serve. 
  • Serve hot with a dollop of freshly made Makhan/Loni/ Butter or with yogurt, pickle. Enjoy!!!


If you are looking for a way to include a variety of grains in your diet, I’ve got you covered, with this fabulous multigrain flour recipes:
 These all of the Indian multigrain flat-bread, bursting with flavor and nutrition!

Dietary Comment:
  • The calorie count is based on a 2000 calorie diet.
  • Per serving contains 165 calories, along with 23.9 g carbohydrates, 4.6 dietary fiber, 5.4 g fats, and 5.7 g protein.
  • Portion size can always be increased or decreased depending on your health goals and activity level. 
My Take:
  • If you don't have multigrain flour, you can use any combination of flour in this recipe. 
  • You can use a combination of rice flour, cornmeal, quinoa flour, chickpeas flour, buckwheat flour, wheat flour, jowar flour barley flour, etc.
  • Add spices according to your taste. 
  • Instead of onion, you can add grated cucumber to make khamang kakdiche thalipeeth

Health Benefits of Bhajaniche Thalipeeth:
  • Weight loss: multigrain flour is high in complex carbohydrates and protein, this can help with exercise and losing weight, and they can provide energy over a longer time. 
  • High in Protein. 
  • It is a good source of fiber and essential minerals like magnesium, copper, and iron. 
  • Multigrains that contain whole grains will be filled with essential fatty acids, B-vitamins, starch, and fiber. 
  • It will also help with metabolism. 
  • It helps in digestion. 
Now that you have seen some of the health benefits of multigrain flour, it is now time to use these healthy foods to your diet. Multigrains can be added to any meal throughout the day. 

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           Multigrain flour thalipeeth can be added to any meal throughout the day. 

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