Jowar flour thalipit or Jwariche Thalipit or thalipeet is an Sorghum flat bread made with jowar from The western state of Maharashtra and in North Karnataka.
It is generally made from millet flour(known
as jowar or sorghum).
You can also use a mixture of flours such as finger millet flour, rice flour, wheat flour etc which will make it more nutritious. Whichever way you make thalipit, it is tasty. It is easy and quick recipe.
See left image - Thalipeet - Thalipit - sourgham flat bread ready to eat with butter
You can mix the jowar flour dough and keep it in a fridge and use it for two or three days.
The cooking time is only a couple of minutes. It is a good dish to serve for breakfast or a snack or to take for lunch.
Adding onion is optional. Instead of or along with onion, you may add cucumber or carrot.
Serve it with some butter or ghee or curd(plain yogurt) and your favorite chutney.
You may also serve it by itself as no other
accompaniment is needed.
Make the other thalipit the same way.
Thalipit is ready to serve.
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