Sabudana Thalipeeth is a Maharashtrian recipe which prepared with sago pearls and potato based dough like a roti. This is a falahari or farali version of thalipeeth which prepared especially during fasting. This is a simple and tasty Indian bread recipe which made throughout the India.
For more variation you can add grated carrot, grated and boiled lauki and more vegetables. You can serve this thalipeeth recipe with green coriander chutney and curd for breakfast and also for lunch and dinner during vrat and Navratri festival. Sabudana is a fasting food which is full of carbs and giving so much energy during vrat and navratri days.
Thalipeeth is a type of savory pancake which is popular in western India. The dough is prepared from a flour or grain called bhajanee made from roasted grains, legumes and spices. For Bhajanee, the grains include rice, wheat, bajra, jowar and for legumes include chana and urad. This dish is quite popular in Maharashtra.
For Farali Version, you can prepare bhajanee from sadudana and rajgira to make a thalipeeth for fasting or vrat.
Here you can check more farali or fasting recipe, like Apple Kheer, Orange Kheer, Sama ki Kheer, Kuttu ki Poori, Farali Aloo Jeera, Makhana Kheer, Lauki Kuttu ke Chille
Here you can check more sabudana recipe, like Sabudana Khichdi, Sabudana Vada, Sabudana Payasam, Gil-e-Firdus.
Check my other recipe under A-Z Indian flatbread series:
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1/2 Cup Sago Pearls/ Sabudana
2 Large Sized Potatoes, Boiled and Mashed
2 Green Chilies, Chopped
2 Tbsp. Green Coriander, Chopped
1/4 Cup Peanuts/ Cashewnuts, Broken
1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
Rock Salt to Taste
Black Pepper Powder to Taste
Oil For Cooking
Water for Soaking
How to Make Thalipeeth:
Wash and soak the sabudana for 6-7 hours or overnight, now drain and squeeze the sabudana to remove extra water completely. Combine sabudana with all other ingredients except oil and make a non-sticky dough consistency mixture. Now divide the dough into equal portions. Take a small portion and start patting over butter paper or greased plastic sheet. Make a small hole in center so that absorb oil and cook fast. Grease the oil on non-stick pan and gently place the thalipeeth over the hot tawa or pan. Add some oil over the thalipeeth and cook on medium flame till to golden. Now flip it carefully and again grease with little oil and cook both sides. Serve hot thalipeeth with chutney and curd. Dip your hand in water so that you can spread the dough equally and avoid the cracks.
Farali Thalipeeth Recipe| Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipe
Sabudana Thalipeeth is a Maharashtrian recipe which prepared with sago pearls and potato based dough like a roti.
- 1/2 Cup Sago Pearls/ Sabudana
- 2 Large Sized Potatoes, Boiled and Mashed
- 2 Green Chilies, Chopped
- 2 Tbsp. Green Coriander, Chopped
- 1/4 Cup Peanuts/ Cashewnuts, Broken
- 1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
- Rock Salt to Taste
- Black Pepper Powder to taste
- Water for Soaking
- Oil for Cooking
Wash and soak the sabudana for 6-7 hours or overnight, now drain and squeeze the sabudana to remove extra water completely.
Combine sabudana with all other ingredients except oil and make a non-sticky dough consistency mixture.
Now divide the dough into equal portions.
Take a small portion and start patting over butter paper or greased plastic sheet.
Make a small hole in center so that absorb oil and cook fast.
Grease the oil on non-stick pan and gently place the thalipeeth over the hot tawa or pan.
Add some oil over the thalipeeth and cook on medium flame till to golden.
Now flip it carefully and again grease with little oil and cook both sides.
Serve hot thalipeeth with chutney and curd.
Tips: Dip your hand in water so that you can spread the dough equally and avoid the cracks.
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14 thoughts on “Farali Thalipeeth Recipe| Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipe”
The faryali thalipeeth sounds super delicious , it’s almost a cousin to the sabudana vada which is one of my favourite Maharashtrian dishes !
Hi, this remind me of the sabudana vada which I usually make on fasting days. I really liked the recipe and will definitely try this at home. You have a nice blog. All the best!
Such a delicious and nutritious thalipeet! Looks so tempting! And your pictures are delightful Preeti!
I love sago in any avatar and this thalipeeth is no exception. Looks very tempting.
Today there is such a huge list for farali recipes. This thalipeeth looks so colourful and absolutely yum. Let me bookmark all these recipes so that I could use them during fasting..
Excellent farali thalipeeth, i can finish that plate of this sabudana thalipeeth with some spicy pickle without any fuss. Excellent fasting dish.
Gorgeously looking thalipeeth. Wh can wait for navratri to feed on such a delicious thalipeeth
Farali thalippeth looks delicious with all the healthy ingredients
That is a nice dish Preeti. Though I don’t fast often, I am sure to try this on regular days as it sounds yum!
The plating looks fantastic Preeti, you are doing these setups so well that it makes one want to grab the food right away..and the thalipeeth sounds a great choice to enjoy!
I can never get to make sabudana vada right. Mine is always so greasy that I have quit making those. Now this thalippeth is something that I can make. Looks delicious Preeti and I can get over my sabudana vada craving by making these.
sabudana thalipeeth taste just heavenly. Being in pune we got habitual of having them regularly. Looks tempting.
Sabudana thalipeeth looks so tempting… on my list to try it out.
I will also try thalipeeth recipe as it looks yum