Thalipeeth Bhajani: Multigrain Paratha/Chilla Flour - 500g

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Thalipeeth Bhajani is a slow-roasted multigrain flour mix that does away with the labour, making Thalipeeth preparation child’s play. Simply add chopped onion, coriander and... Read more

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Thalipeeth Bhajani is a slow-roasted multigrain flour mix that does away with the labour, making Thalipeeth preparation child’s play. Simply add chopped onion, coriander and spice tempering to make a wholesome, nutritious chilla (pancake).

Provenance

One of Maharashtra’s most loved breakfast and evening maharashtrian snacks, the Thalipeeth recipe is different in every home. Some families add grated veggies or greens of choice. What’s common is the bhajani or of multigrain flour. But a good bhajani stands out by roasting the grains to the right temperature. The same mix can also make Kothimbir Vadi (besan and coriander cakes) and Alu Vadi (rolled gram flour-lined colacassia leaves).

About The Seller

Calling Suvarna Sandip Warde a one-woman-army is by no means a stretch. Along with her family, she relocated to the quaint village of Revaj from Mumbai in 1998. The village didn’t have many commercial establishments and residents had to rely on Alibag for the most basic of requirements. Against the advice of everyone, she started selling chapati and bhaaji and within one year grew it into a business of selling spice mixes. Today, the dynamic entrepreneur runs Kasthuri, an all-women-staffed restaurant and SHG in Alibag and dabbles in a variety of activities, from vegetable farming to experimenting with all-natural products. Suvarna has a limitless vision to grow and see others around her grow; a big part of her day is spent motivating the all-women workforce to upskill. Her attention to detail comes in handy when preparing her slow-roasted and meticulously ground flours. In her 15 years of work, she has striven to build a sense of community in the truest sense with the result that her employees are well taken care of, including getting their salaries paid in full throughout the lockdown.

Prep time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 45 mins
Serves: 4

Ingredients

100 gms Thalipeeth Bhajani
1 Onion (small) finely chopped
2 Onion (small), roasted on open flame
1 inch Ginger
10-12 Garlic cloves
1 tsp Coriander and Cumin powder mixed
1.5 tbsp Ghati masala
½ tsp Red chilli powder
2 inch Dry coconut piece, roasted on open flame
½ tsp Turmeric powder
1 tsp Garam masala powder
½ tsp Mustard seeds
½ tsp Cumin seeds
2 tbsp Coriander leaves
2 tbsp Oil
A pinch of Asafoetida
A few Curry leaves
Salt to taste

Instructions

This is an interesting vegetarian dumpling curry with the piquancy of a seafood preparation.

Recipe Credits:

Latika Nimbalkar

Home chef and food blogger

Watch her at@Latika Nimbalkar

1.In a bowl, take Thalipeeth Bhajani, add a pinch of red chilli powder, garam masala and coriander-cumin powder, chopped onion, salt and coriander leaves. Add water and make a dough.

2.In a mixer, add garlic, ginger, roasted onion, and roasted coconut to make a fine paste.

3.In a deep pan or kadhai, heat two tablespoon oil, add asafoetida, mustard, cumin. When they splutter, add chopped onion and sauté well. Add turmeric powder and the paste and fry well.

4.Add the remaining garam masala, coriander-cumin powder, Ghati masala and fry until the oil separates to the side of the pan.

5.Add 1.5 glass water and salt and bring to a full boil.

6. Now, make tiny, tight balls of the dough and drop them in the gravy. Let it boil for 5-10 minutes.

7.Lower the flame, add chopped coriander and cook for another 10-15 minutes.

8.Serve hot with Tandlyachi Bhakri or steamed Kolam Rice.

Prep time: 5 mins
Cooking time: 15 mins
Serves: 6 nos

Ingredients

1 1/2 cup Thalipeeth Bhajani
1/4 cup Poha
1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
1/4 tsp Carom seeds (ajwain)
1 tsp Red chilli powder
1 tbsp Coriander powder
1/4 tsp Cumin seeds
1/2 cup Onion, finely chopped (optional)
Salt to taste
1 tsp Garlic-green chilli paste (optional)
1 tsp Coriander leaves, finely chopped
Water to mix
½ tsp White sesame seeds
Oil

Instructions

This instant, lightly-spiced, savoury flatbread is named for the way the dough is pressed into shape, using the palm of the hand. It’s delicious and healthy.

Recipe Credits:

Madhura Bachal

Recipe blogger and entrepreneur with a spice blend brand to her name

Follow her @madhurasrecipe

1.Wash poha well and soak for five minutes. Drain from water, crush with hands and add to the bhajani. Replace leftover rice in place of poha if you like.

2.Add turmeric powder, ajwain, red chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin seeds, onion, salt, garlic-green chilli paste, coriander leaves, sesame seeds and mix well.

3.Add little water at a time and knead dough of medium stiffness. It should not be soft and sticky.

4.Divide the dough into round, golf size balls.

5.Place butter or parchment paper on a rolling base or platform (to avoid the dough from sticking). Grease your fingers with oil. Place a ball of the dough in the centre and press it down gently with the base of your fingers, gradually turning the roundel around while applying even pressure. It should be about 4-5 inches in diameter and evenly thick across. The thickness should resemble that of paratha.

6.Heat a pan on medium flame, spread a bit of oil on it. Lift the parchment paper with the thalipeeth, turn it over and gently transfer on to the pan.

7.Drizzle some oil around the edges of the thalipeeth and cook for about 3 minutes. You can even cover the tawa with a lid to help with even cooking. Flip it and cook on the other side for 4-5 minutes on medium heat.

8.Serve with Red or Green Thecha and curd.

Prep time: 5 mins
Cooking time: 15 mins
Serves: 2

Ingredients

2 cup Thalipeeth Bhajani
½ cup Buttermilk
2 tbsp Oil
½ tsp Mustard seeds
¼ tsp Cumin seeds
A pinch of Asafoetida
Few curry leaves
1 Onion, finely chopped
1 tbsp White butter
¼ cup Fresh coconut, grated
¼ cup Coriander leaves, finely chopped
1 tsp Chilli powder
¼ tsp Turmeric powder
Salt to taste

Instructions

This Maharashtrian breakfast recipe is perfect for days when you are in a hurry but craving something tasty and filling. It’s easy to make because of the premixed multigrain flour mix.

Recipe Credits:

Smita Deo

Marathi home chef and author of Karwar to Kolhapur Via Mumbai

Follow her@smitadeoofficial

1.Take a mixing bowl and add Thalipeeth Bhajani, chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt and mix well. Slowly add about ½ a cup of buttermilk and make a crumble mix.

2.Heat oil in a kadhai and splutter the mustard and cumin seeds. Then add asafoetida and curry leaves and finally the onions. Sauté till soft and translucent.

3.Now add the crumbled bhajani and mix it well. Cover and cook on a medium flame for 7-8 minutes, stirring occasionally. Sprinkle water to make it moist while cooking.

4.Once cooked, add butter, mix well, cover and cook for another five minutes.

5.Remove this mokli in a serving bowl and garnish with coconut and coriander leaves. Serve hot with a dollop of curd or a glass of buttermilk.

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 12 reviews
      92%
      (11)
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      J
      Jyotika Jain
      Love it!

      I am a repeat buyer of the thaalipeeth atta. It makes for a simple, quick and wholesome meal. Highly recommend it!

      Dear Jyotika,

      Greatly appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review. So glad to know you enjoy our Thalipeeth Bhajani and use it regularly.

      Looking forward to you being a long-term customer of Aazol and trying our many other excellent products. Sending you our very best.

      P
      Prashant Prabhu

      Thalipeeth Bhajani: Multigrain Paratha/Chilla Flour - 500g

      Dear Prashant,

      Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. It's always thrilling to get a 5-star rating from our customers :)

      Looking forward to your next purchase with our lovely brand. Sending you our very best until then.

      K
      Khadija Diwan
      Best for Parathas!

      I couldn't have asked for anything healthier and better for making my parathas!
      Try it out...this is what I do:
      1. Divide the Thalipeeth dough into equal portions and roll a portion of the dough into a circle.
      2. Add some schezwan sauce and some cheese to one-half of the dough rolled in a circle.
      3. Fold the dough in half and seal the edges with a fork so that the cheese doesn't come out.
      4. Heat on a non stick tava and cook the paratha using a little ghee until golden brown spots don't appear on both sides.
      5. Serve the paratha hot.

      Dear Khadija,

      Thank you for this incredibly lovely review. It's always great when our customers take the time out to not just share their appreciation for our products but also their own personal and unique take on its usage, just like you have done here!

      Sending you our very best and have no doubt that you'll be a cherished long-term customer of Aazol. Looking forward to your next order.

      R
      Ravi
      A great healthier replacement of Maida

      Our family consumes a lot of chillas and malabari paratha made from maida. Came across the advertisement for Thalipeeth Bhajani and thought of trying it out. So glad that I did. Feels so much lighter on the stomach and tastes amazing as well. Saying a happy bubyee to maidaa and welcoming Thalipeeth Bhajani with a warm hug!

      Dear Ravi,

      Thank you for the lovely review. We fully agree with you. The difference between regular maida and Thalipeeth Bhajani is truly zameen-aasman!

      Hoping to see a lot more orders from you in the coming times. Sending you our best.

      P
      Poonam Sharma
      Pathetic

      I placed an order and when it reached was not available for cash on delivery so asked the EKART delivery guy to share the link. I paid Rs 867/- and he said it doesn’t show paid at our end.I sent him the gpay ref no but he said no it doesn’t show at our end.
      Told him if it shows paid at ur end by the day end you come n deliver it.
      And it hasn’t reached me still it’s been 7days today and nobody has showed up.
      Sad you’ll do so much of advertising on social media and your services is so pathetic

      Dear Poonam,

      As you know, our team has been diligently working on solving this issue for the past few days and speaking to you about the same nearly every day. Even now it remains top of mind for us and we're trying to both investigate why this happened and get you your lovely Aazol products soon.

      It is therefore unfortunate that you felt the need to leave this review on our website. No matter.

      Our team will continue working on troubleshooting this issue and we hope to find a solution sooner rather than later. Also, just so you're aware, if ever faced with something similar in the future, these problems are caused by the courier companies and not the brands that employ them, though it is inevitably us who take all the flak. Grin and bear it we must though.

      Sending you our very best and looking forward to you being a long-term customer of Aazol.

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 12 reviews
      92%
      (11)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      8%
      (1)
      J
      Jyotika Jain
      Love it!

      I am a repeat buyer of the thaalipeeth atta. It makes for a simple, quick and wholesome meal. Highly recommend it!

      Dear Jyotika,

      Greatly appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review. So glad to know you enjoy our Thalipeeth Bhajani and use it regularly.

      Looking forward to you being a long-term customer of Aazol and trying our many other excellent products. Sending you our very best.

      P
      Prashant Prabhu

      Thalipeeth Bhajani: Multigrain Paratha/Chilla Flour - 500g

      Dear Prashant,

      Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. It's always thrilling to get a 5-star rating from our customers :)

      Looking forward to your next purchase with our lovely brand. Sending you our very best until then.

      K
      Khadija Diwan
      Best for Parathas!

      I couldn't have asked for anything healthier and better for making my parathas!
      Try it out...this is what I do:
      1. Divide the Thalipeeth dough into equal portions and roll a portion of the dough into a circle.
      2. Add some schezwan sauce and some cheese to one-half of the dough rolled in a circle.
      3. Fold the dough in half and seal the edges with a fork so that the cheese doesn't come out.
      4. Heat on a non stick tava and cook the paratha using a little ghee until golden brown spots don't appear on both sides.
      5. Serve the paratha hot.

      Dear Khadija,

      Thank you for this incredibly lovely review. It's always great when our customers take the time out to not just share their appreciation for our products but also their own personal and unique take on its usage, just like you have done here!

      Sending you our very best and have no doubt that you'll be a cherished long-term customer of Aazol. Looking forward to your next order.

      R
      Ravi
      A great healthier replacement of Maida

      Our family consumes a lot of chillas and malabari paratha made from maida. Came across the advertisement for Thalipeeth Bhajani and thought of trying it out. So glad that I did. Feels so much lighter on the stomach and tastes amazing as well. Saying a happy bubyee to maidaa and welcoming Thalipeeth Bhajani with a warm hug!

      Dear Ravi,

      Thank you for the lovely review. We fully agree with you. The difference between regular maida and Thalipeeth Bhajani is truly zameen-aasman!

      Hoping to see a lot more orders from you in the coming times. Sending you our best.

      P
      Poonam Sharma
      Pathetic

      I placed an order and when it reached was not available for cash on delivery so asked the EKART delivery guy to share the link. I paid Rs 867/- and he said it doesn’t show paid at our end.I sent him the gpay ref no but he said no it doesn’t show at our end.
      Told him if it shows paid at ur end by the day end you come n deliver it.
      And it hasn’t reached me still it’s been 7days today and nobody has showed up.
      Sad you’ll do so much of advertising on social media and your services is so pathetic

      Dear Poonam,

      As you know, our team has been diligently working on solving this issue for the past few days and speaking to you about the same nearly every day. Even now it remains top of mind for us and we're trying to both investigate why this happened and get you your lovely Aazol products soon.

      It is therefore unfortunate that you felt the need to leave this review on our website. No matter.

      Our team will continue working on troubleshooting this issue and we hope to find a solution sooner rather than later. Also, just so you're aware, if ever faced with something similar in the future, these problems are caused by the courier companies and not the brands that employ them, though it is inevitably us who take all the flak. Grin and bear it we must though.

      Sending you our very best and looking forward to you being a long-term customer of Aazol.

      FAQs

      Is this Thalipeeth Bhajani the readymade flour that can be used to make Thalipeeths?

      Yes, it certainly is! All of the laborious roasting of each grain separately before grinding and mixing has been taken care of for you. All you need to do is take this multigrain flour mix, add some chopped vegetables and simple tempering, and nutritious Thalipeeths will be yours in no time.

      What can you make with Thalipeeth Bhajani?

      While Thalipeeths (mulitgrain spiced flatbread) would be the most common thing to make with Thalipeeth Bhajani, there are other delicious traditional Maharashtrian recipes that you can make with it as well, including Golyaacha Sambar and Mokli Bhajani. Recipes for all 3 are included in the adjacent tab. Thalipeeth Bhajani can also be used to make simple and nutritive rotis.

      What are the ingredients in Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani?

      Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani contains Wheat, Rice, Jowar, Bajra, Nachni (Ragi), Bengal Gram, Green Gram Dal, Black Gram, Coriander, Asafoetida, Cinnamon and Black Pepper.

      Is the Thalipeeth Bhajani vegan?

      Yes, Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani is completely vegan!

      Is the Thalipeeth Bhajani gluten-free?

      Since Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani contains wheat, no, it is not gluten-free. However, since wheat is only one of the many ingredients in the Thalipeeth Bhajani, it is classified as low-gluten.

      Does the Thalipeeth Bhajani contain any added preservatives?

      Rest assured, Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani contains absolutely no added preservatives.

      What is the shelf life of Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani?

      Aazol's Thalipeeth Bhajani can easily last 6 months, though given how tasty it is, we can guarantee that it will not stay unconsumed in your home for remotely that long!

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      Thalipeeth Bhajani: Multigrain Paratha/Chilla Flour - 500g

      ₹ 325