Thalipeeth Bhajani Recipe (Typical Maharashtrian Multigrain Flour Mix)
Thalipeeth Bhajani is a very healthy multigrain flour mix, a pantry staple in most of the Maharashtrian households. You can whip up many nutritious snacks in a jiffy, if you have a pre-made stock of this multigrain mix. Apart from making Thalipeeth, this Bhajani can also be used to make to snacks like Kothimbir Vadi, Alu vadi, baked multigrain crackers etc. As with most recipes, there are a lot of variations to the Thalipeeth Bhajani recipe too. 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.
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500 grams Servings
- 250 grams Jowar Seeds
- 250 grams Ragi Seeds
- 250 grams Rice Wine Vinegar
- 125 grams Wheat germ
- 125 grams Bajra (seeds)
- 125 grams Green Moong Dal (Whole)
- 125 grams Masoor Dal (Whole)
- 125 grams Black Chickpea (kala chana)
- 125 grams Moth beans
- 125 grams Soya Dal (Whole Soybeans)
- 6 tablespoon Coriander seeds
- 2-3 tablespoon Cumin seeds
Directions for Thalipeeth Bhajani Recipe (Typical Maharashtrian Multigrain Flour Mix)
To begin making the Thalipeeth Bhajani, dry roast all the ingredients one by one in a heavy bottom pan.
Roast till lightly browned on low to medium heat until crisp. It takes about 10 minutes to roast each ingredient.
Once it is roasted properly, cool the ingredients for Bhajani down completely.
Mix and grind to a fine powder in a mixer grinder and store the Thalipeeth Bhajani in an airtight container.
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