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Sabudana Thalipeeth and Aloo Raita | Navratri Vrat Recipes

Sabudana Thalipeeth and Aloo Raita | Navratri Vrat Recipes


Sabudana Thalipeeth or say Sago(Tapioca) Potato Pancake is one of the easy recipe to make and it taste very good.   Thalipeeth is kind of savoury pancake made from different types of flours, popular in Western Indian State Maharashtra.  I started making thalipeeth for some time now and love it.

Sabudana Thalipeeth recipe Sago Pancake

Sabudana Thalipeeth is popular during Navrathri or fasting time, it can be consumed as snack or a meal.  The recipe calls for minimal ingredients and results is delicious pancakes, we just have to take care of only few small things while making these beauties.  I have done here mini thalipeeth, it’s easy to make and cook, one can do a normal or large size using the same method.   Not only during fasting but you can make these for breakfast or for evening snacks, kids will like this as it’s not spicy at all, even DH doesn’t like Sago but to my surprise he ate this happily which I didn’t expected. 

Sabudana Thalipeeth Sago Potato Pancake Potato Dip Aloo ka raita recipes

Ingredients: [Makes 16-18 mini pancakes]

Sabudana/Sago Pearls (Tapioca) -  1 Cup
Boiled Potato – 3 [medium]
Roasted Peanuts – 1/2 Cup
Green Chillies – 3 [add more if you want to make it little spicy]
Cumin Seeds – 1 tsp
Cumin Powder – 1 tsp
Lemon Juice – 1 tbsp
Chopped Cilantro – 2 tbsp
Rock Salt (Sendha Namak) – to taste
Ghee/Oil – For brushing

Sabudana Thalipeeth Tapioca Potato Pancake recipe

Method:

1.  Rinse and soak sabudana/sago for 4-6 hours or over night.  For more details on how to soak sago you can refer to my sabudana khichdi post.  Drain the water, it should looks like this.
Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipes ingredients
2.  Peel and mash boiled potato, make it without any lumps.   Coarsely grind roasted peanut.
3. In a bowl or plate add all the ingredients except ghee/oil and mix well.  Sago and potato should not have water otherwise the dough will be very sticky.  Divide in to equal portion and make into smooth balls, meanwhile heat a pan/tawa.
Sabudana Thalipeeth Ingredients recipes
4. To make the thalipeeth there are two-three ways to do it
~ Method 1: Take one dough ball at a time and place it on a greased plastic sheet or zip lock bag.  You can grease the plastic sheet with oil or water, I did with water.  Dip hand in a bowl of water, gently press down ball with hand and make pancake.
Sago potato pancake thalipeeth recipe
~ Method 2: Take one dough ball and place it in middle of plastic sheet, cover it with another plastic sheet and roll it using a rolling pin. 
~ Method 3:  Take one dough ball and place it in middle of plastic sheet, cover it with another plastic sheet.  Place a flat bowl (katori) on top of the ball and press it slowly to make a pancake, if there is any breaks seal it with hands.   I found this method most easy and fast way to do it. 
sabudana pancake recipes
5. Which ever method you are using carefully lift the plastic sheet flip thalipeeth in another hand and gently place it on tawa.  This has to be done with little care to avoid breaking of pancakes.
6. Let it cook on medium flame until the edges becomes light brown, flip and apply ghee or oil.  Let the other side cook until golden brown too and apply ghee and oil.  Repeat the same for rest.
Sago thalipeeth pancake
~ Don’t flip the thalipeeth before the edges becomes brown ie the bottom side has to be brown, if you try to flip the thalipeeth before the edges get's brown it might break. 
Serve hot or warm with coconut chutney, curd, pickle or raita.
Sabudana Thalipeeth recipe3

Variations:
~ If the dough is breaking a lot then you can add 2 tbsp of kuttu ka aata (Buckwheat flour) during fasting.  For normal days you can add 2 tbsp of wheat flour.
~ You can use table salt while making this on normal days.   You can also add 1 tsp of chilli powder to make it spicy.

   Aloo Raita (Potato in Spiced Yoghurt)
Aloo Raita or Aloo Ka Raita is again very simple raita to make and it’s quite different from usual onion or cucumber raita.
Aloo Raita Recipe 
Ingredients:

Boiled Potato – 1 medium
Curd/Yogurt – 2 Cups
Green Chilli – 1
Red Chilli Powder– 1/2 tsp + a pinch
Cumin Powder - 1/2 tsp + a pinch
Chopped Cilantro – 1 tbsp
Rock Salt (Sendha Namak) – to taste

Method:

1. Peel and dice boiled potato, finely chopped green chilli and cilantro.
Aloo ka Raita recipe
2. In a bowl beat well curd, add all the ingredients and mix well.
Potato in spicy yoghurt recipe aloo raitha
3. Garnish with a pinch of red chilli and cumin powder and little of cilantro.  Chill and Serve. 

Aloo ka Raita Potato in Yoghurt Dip Recipes

This raita goes with any pulav, variety rice or paratha.

Sabudana Thalipeeth Aloo Raita Recipe

Other Sago (sabudana) Recipes you might like
Have a nice day

44 comments:

  1. I like this thalipeeth...looks yum- nice series going on

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  2. wow all ur sago recipes are gr8! this is very interesting recipes,luks tempting...

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  3. Healthy & tempting thalipeeth!!! Makes a fantastic combo with the raita...
    Prathima Rao
    rats Corner

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  4. Healthy & tempting thalipeeth!!!! Makes a fantastic combo with the raita...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. delicious combo dear....
    thx. for sharing :)
    all ur sago recipes are wonderful.

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  6. simply loved it!! makes me wanna eat all of them :)

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  7. aloo raita wow!! very very interesting priti..i tried only sago payasam...but there is lot of sago recipes now only i know...gud job!

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  8. This sounds great..looks very tempting

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  9. lovely post dear .. do send it to my event ending soon on Vrat at Khaana @ my space !

    Would drop in often @ this space..

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  10. Wonderful and delicious sago recipes. Very beautiful presentation. Looks yummy and tempting.

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  11. Really loving your saboodana recipes Priti...and this thalipeeth looks really good.

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  12. Thanks for the lovely comments priti....you have a nice blog , i am loving this sabudana feast here. I love all these fasting recipes :)

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  13. Omg, both makes me hungry,seriously inviting..

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  14. Like both the recipes, sabudana is my fav.

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  15. Wow,winning combo,aloo and sabudana. Nice recipe, the picture with a piece over raita is too tempting!

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  16. love ur dishes Priti...awesome cliks..
    very tempting..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  17. That looks great priti:-)Lovely combo too! I am soo going to make it this weekend:-)

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  18. All are new to me but all look great and delicious.

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  19. This is a healthy version of sabudana vada..thanks for sharing..sometimes when I am bored of eating sabudana khichri, I opt for vada with guilt..

    NOw will go for thalipeeth option..

    Cheer
    Muskaan

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  20. Ahh ~ it has been ages since I made this n thanks for the beautiful reminder my dear :) Tempting pics!
    USMasala

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  21. All the recipes using sago looks so delicious Priti. btw, prob in my space got rectified. Thanks.

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  22. wonderful recipe and quite a filling one too.with potato i am sure this will taste delicious

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  23. Healthy and yummy thalipeeth...looks very yum with the alu raita combo

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  24. lovely recipe with sago..thx for sharing

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  25. Love those recipes Priti. They look amazing! I can't decide which one is my favorite.

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  26. yummy yum recipes..all sago recipes are superb!!

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  27. what a lovely combo dear, both the recipes are delicious n just great..

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  28. Still to try thalipeeth,platter looks yum,..:)

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  29. wow..the combo looks deadly..i have never tried it before. would love to have some...looks so tempting.. very well explained Priti.

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  30. Great combo and looks so yum!


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  31. Yummy combo priti..AM longing to have it now..

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  32. simply mouthwatering - never knew i could alivate over aloo raita :) - Awesome varieties with saboodhana dear!

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  33. In Gujarat, we called Sabudana rotlo :)) Yummoo yummoo thalipeeth and hummm aloo raita!!

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  34. I had tasted this at my friend's place....Urs looks perfect...Thanks for the recipe

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  36. I haven't tasted the thalipeeth looks amazing with sabudana!

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  37. I've made only kheer nd khichdi till now must try this one soon

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  38. Oh my I am drooling over the pictures! You have such delicious recipes here and love the photographs. I can't wait to try this and also the apple rabdi looks irresistible.

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  41. falling in love with this.. wat if served with mango pickle while its hot....... tempting!

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