Nutritious and traditional Maharashtrian recipe
A famous Maharashtrian dish is typically made of three flours, whole wheat chakki atta, millet flour, and besan.
Quick to make, delicious in taste!
Delicious Methi Thalipeeth recipe is a quick traditional flatbread to give your meals a desi touch. You can make in just a few minutes at home.
This traditional Maharashtrian delicacy is a perfect flatbread. You can enjoy it for your breakfast or lunch without worrying about the calories as it is prepared with Jowar flour, bajra flour, wheat flour, and besan.
Mix of 4 flours flat bread better alternative to gluten rich flatbread
Interestingly, a simple homemade Thalipeeth has 161 calories and the mix of bajra, jowar, and methi makes this flatbread a much healthier alternative to other gluten-rich flatbreads.
Come winter, welcome this healthy recipe!
The presence of high fiber in Thalipeeth makes it a perfect treat for your winter mornings and keeps you satiated for a long time.
Famous Maharashtrian recipe made with fresh fenugreek leaves
Methi Thalipeeth Recipe (Fresh Fenugreek Leaves Flat Bread) is a famous Maharashtrian dish typically made of three flours, whole wheat chakki atta, millet flour, and besan.
The good health, green option!.
This recipe is healthy and green. It has a slight twist to the versatile and healthy preparation of thalipeeth, with methi and spices like ginger and green chilies.
Good for digestion lowers cholesterol level too!
Fresh fenugreek leaves help in improving digestive problems and also lowers cholesterol levels in the body.
Wheat and Millet flour on the other hand gives a good amount of dietary fiber required for our day-to-day function.
A combination that elevates your mood!
Serve the Methi Thalipeeth Recipe (Fresh Fenugreek Leaves Flat Bread) along with Maharashtrian Green Chilli Thecha Recipe or Lahsun ki Chutney along with Gulkand Chai Recipe by the side.
Let’s get cooking this yummy & healthy Methi Thalipeeth recipe:
- Cuisine: Maharashtrian Food
- Course: Breakfast
- Diet: Vegetarian
- Prep in 15 M
- Cooks in 30 M
- Total in 45 M
- Makes: 4 Servings
- 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour
- Gram flour (besan) – 1/2 cup
- Jowar Flour (Sorghum) – 1/2 cup
- Methi Leaves (Fenugreek Leaves), chopped – 1/2 cup
- 2 tbsp. Sesame seeds (Til seeds)
- 1 Green Chilli, finely chopped
- 1 inch Ginger, finely chopped
- 1/4 tsp. Asafoetida (hing)
- 1/2 cup Curd (Dahi / Yogurt)
- Salt to taste
Directions for Methi Thalipeeth Recipe (Fresh Fenugreek Leaves Flat Bread)
- To begin making the Methi Thalipeeth, combine all the ingredients except the yogurt and oil in a large bowl. Once the dry ingredients are combined, stir in the yogurt and knead well to make a firm dough, adding water if necessary. Knead for a couple of minutes until smooth. Cover the dough and allow it to rest for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Divide the dough into 15, 2-inch diameter balls. Using the palm of your hands flatten each ball, dust the surface of the ball on whole wheat flour, and roll into a 4 to 6-inch diameter circle. You can roll them thick or thin, it is purely your preference.
- Preheat an iron skillet on high heat; place the rolled dough on the skillet; after about a few seconds you will notice that small bubbles start rising on the dough.
- Turn the heat to medium; flip the rolled dough over and drizzle about half a teaspoon of oil around the dough.
- Cook with a press and turn motion with a flat spatula or a wooden press. You will notice the bottom side begins to brown, at this point flip over again cooking in the same press and turn motion to maintain even cooking.
- Once both the sides are cooked and have a few brown spots, you will also notice the texture of the bread is crisp on the outside and soft inside. Continue the similar process with the other portions of the dough and serve warm.
- Serve the Methi Thalipeeth Recipe (Fresh Fenugreek Leaves Flat Bread) along with Maharashtrian Green Chilli Thecha Recipe or Lahsun ki Chutney along with Gulkand Chai Recipe by the side.
- Calories: 161 cal.
- Carbohydrates: 73 cal.
- Proteins: 14 cal.
- Fat: 75 cal.
Methi Thalipeeth is usually made in Maharashtrian households.
Yes, it is a healthy food option. The flours used in it i.e. jowar, bajra, whole wheat and besan are all healthy to eat.
Yes, as it consists of nutritious food ingredients like methi, jowar, bajra, whole wheat, besan, green chilies etc. it is good to consume. One must restrict the amount of oil used in cooking it as a due precaution.
Have it with curd or lahsun ki chutney or chai. It tastes awesome!
Fresh fenugreek leaves helps in improving the digestive problems and also lowers cholesterol level in the body.