Thalipet is a snack that is made with different flours. I think I love anything that has a rough texture – rotti, sajji rotti, katak rotti, dry rotti, thalipet etc.


With Mixed flours:

2 cups rice flour, 1 cup wheat flour, 1 cup jowar flour, 1 cup gram flour, 2 onions cut into small pieces,  7-8 green chilis finely ground, cut menthe leaves or spinach, finely chopped coriander(cilantro), tamarind water or sour curd, brown sugar (jaggery) 1 teaspoon, turmeric powder, cut curry leaves.


  • Mix all the ingredients in water and prepare a soft dough. Add tamarind water or curd to taste.
  • Make balls of moderate size.
  • Spread in the shape of a circle on buttered plastic sheet with the help of fingers.
  • Transfer the thalipet to the hot frying pan (tawa) and bake it by putting small quantity of oil all around the edges.
  • Turn upside down  apply oil as before and bake. 

 Tips and Tricks:

  • You can make a small hole at the center of the thalipet with your finger. When you put oil, you can put oil here too to make sure oil is applied to the whole thalipet.
  • You can also make thalipet out of bhajani flour.

Typically Served With:

Serve hot with butter and coconut or peanut chutney  or raita.


3 Responses

  1. I love thalipets… Hot thalipet and desi ghee is so yum!! 🙂
    I think they prepare these in Maharashtra too…

  2. I tried your recipie today .Thalippet was very tasty .Thank you for sharing the recipie .

  3. mast!!! nangu seerteti… 🙂

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