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Tandlapitha Thaalipith (Rice Flour Pancakes)

A simple breakfast recipe.  An instant Konkani pancake recipe made of rice flour.

Rice Flour - 1 cup leveled
Grated/Shredded Coconut - 3/4 cup
Finely chopped Onions - 3/4 cup
Green chillies - 8
Cilantro/Coriander leaves - 1/2 cup
Finely chopped Ginger - 1 tsp
Cumin/Jeera seeds - 1 tsp
Water - 1 cup

1. Finely chop onions, green chillies, ginger and cilantro.
2. Mix rice flour, chopped onions, green chillies, ginger, cilantro, cumin, grated coconut and salt.  Add about 1 cup water and mix all the ingredients well.  Use Coconut water if available.
3. Heat a pan/tawa. Spread a handful of the above mixture evenly as thin as possible using hands.  While spreading lowering the heat helps.
4. Drizzle little oil on top and at the sides.  Flip it after a minute or so and roast both sides till golden brown.
5. Rice Thaalipith is ready to serve.


  1. hello uma this one is very simple used to prepare the different sweet version of of the easy breakfast cum evening snack item..really delicious one da..
    i think u changed the template ..looks good

  2. Just noticed that you are from grand rapids,MI. I am from Lansing, MI. Good to see a person blogging from MI.
    Love the recipe and Never tried this version. Gotta try it sometime.

  3. very easy recipe...great uma. very nice

  4. very nice recipe and also easy. Thalipeeth looks perfect.

  5. SOunds like akki rotti, looks awesome and delicious Uma..

  6. really easy and wonderful recipe dear.

  7. Uma,, thaalipith is really easy one we do the same Akki rotti as Priya said and also i make with Kozhukkatai maavu it taste very good is it dear. I like this rotti with coconut chutney or simply with mango pickles.

  8. looks so yummy!!! perfect for breakfast

  9. I like this recipe, Mommy used to make them often, back home...yours looks perfect.:)

  10. mujhe ye khani hai kyunki maine aisi koi dish nahi khayi...
    dekhne se to achhi lag rahi hai aur health wise bhi it is looking super :)

  11. thaalipith looks delicious Uma..perfect breakfast..thanks for sharing this dear!

  12. Hey wow how simple it is...when i first saw the pic i thought it wud be some big processs but when i read its to good and healthy one too....thanx for sharing....nice look ...

  13. Thanks Sayali, Prani, Shriya, Krishnaveni, Kshipra, Priya, Suhaina, Sathya, Sarah, Panchpakwan, Malar, Abhi, Suman, Gayathri for making my day with such encouraging words !

    I feel good too Shriya :)

  14. yeah Harman, but easier :)


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