Friday, March 30, 2007

JOWARICHE THALIPETH....

THIS IS MY ENTRY FOR NUPUR'S " A to Z of indian vegetables "
This week its the letter " I "
I have been wanting to contribute for a long time but by the time i thought about what i should cook ,click photos and write about it , it was the next week and the next letter.
This week i was positive i would contribute and so , here is my entry.
JOWARICHE THALIPETH- this is a cross between an adai and a uttappam , nutritious , easy to make and yummy!!!!

INGREDIENTS:

11/2 cup jowar atta
½ cup rice flour
2 small onions finely chopped
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp haldi powder
1 tsp dhania jeera powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
1 tsp sugar
Finely chopped coriander
Finely chopped spinach leaves [optional]
you can add little grated coconut if you feel like it





BUTTER MELTING ON THE HOT THALIPETH

METHOD

Mix all the ingredients together
Make a thick batter just enough to be able to be poured on a hot griddle
If you want to make it like a uttappam just dilute the batter
Spread it on the griddle or hot tava.

you can even spread it with your fingers if you keep it a bit thick, take care not to touch the tava and burn your fingers.
pour a little oil around the thalipeth let it get crisp on both the sides.
serve hot with butter or sauce.

JUST WHEN I PUT THE BUTTER ON TOP

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi
thalepit looks good. will make it
varsha

Latha said...

Hi Mahek,
Looks yummy! Feel like taking a bite!
Cheers
Latha

Anonymous said...

Hi ,

This is nice way of making thalipith. We call it dhirada or dosa style batter and normally thalipith dough is made just like atta dough. This one is new for me and will try soon :)