Sunday, January 23, 2011

Sabudana Thalipeeth (Sago Chapatis) My 150th post :)

I know you people might be wondering, just 150th post in 4 years!! I too felt the same way!!
Thanks to all for making it happen! This success of Neivedyam would not have happened without you guys:)



This beautiful world map caught my eyes in the food court of a mall in Bangalore:) Isn't it beautiful! Foodies like me admire such things!!



This is a very nice snaking item with some hot masala chai.

Ingredients

1 cup Sago (Soaked overnight)
2 medium potatoes (boiled,peeled and mashed)
2-3 green chillies
1/4 tsp red chilli powder
1/2 cup crushed roasted peanuts
2 tbsp fresh chopped coriander
1 tbsp cumin seeds
salt to taste
1 tsp oil
3-4 tsp ghee



Preparation

Mix together the sago, mashed potatoes, green chillies, chilli powder, roasted peanuts, fresh corander, cumin seeds and salt.
Divide the mixture and make small balls. Grease a plastic or polythene sheet with some oil.(milk packet is best)Place the sabudana ball on it. Flatten the ball with greased fingers into a thick round.
Heat a non-stick tawa and add a tsp ghee. Gently transfer the thalipeeth onto the tawa removing it from the plastic sheet. Cook, spreading both sides with a tsp of ghee till evenly light golden brown.
Serve hot with spicy chutney!!

20 comments:

Siri said...

Such a yummy snack item Sharmi. the crispy brown edges are favorite. :-)

Siri

meeso said...

Congratulations! These look great!

kanthi said...

Nice recipe sharmi,looks quite tasty.

kanthi said...

Congratts on your 150 th post..

Subhashini said...

yummy dish at any time

Manasi said...

Delicious! We call it Sabudana Thalipeeth and is made on fasting days, though any day is perfect :)

Harini said...

the same mixture I use to make vada!! nice idea to make it low fat :)

Pavani said...

Congrats on reaching a milestone post Sharmi. Thalipeeth looks yummy.

Shanthi said...

Congrats and a yummy dish as well

Prathibha said...

looks absolutely..love anything wid sago..congrats on ur 150th post dear..:)

Vani said...

Love the look of this thalipeet. And glad to find someone like me, who took 4 years to reach 150 posts too!

Smitha said...

Congrats on ur 150th post...wishing u many more...
The crispy sago chapathi look too yumm...


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Usha said...

The thalipeeth looks delicious. Reminds me of sabudana vada without the frying and the guilt :-)

Congratulations on reaching this milestone and wish you many more years of happy blogging !

Ramya said...

Congrats!!That thalipeeth is killing me!!

Sumi said...

wow, wonderful recipe. very new to me. Good to know that you have made it to to 150 th recipe. the number of recipes in short time doesnt matter,(its not a race) , what matters most is how you enjoy doing it :)
You are doing a great job dear , and I love your blog.

notyet100 said...

still to try thalipeeth
congrats wish u mny more,..

Apu said...

Thalipeeth looks beautiful!!

Harika's Kitchen said...

Looks grt and yummy. Congrats for your 150 th post and wish u to cross 1000.....

Creativecook said...

Looks absolutely stunning!
Congratulations on the 150th post.

How have you been?

Sum said...

Yummy!