Thalipeeth is a snacky dish from the western state of Maharashtra. I have never eaten it nor made it, but have had the slightly similar akki roti (rice flour flatbread) of Karnataka, and have made ragi roti myself. Thalipeeth is made out of 4 types of flours. A readymade mix of these four flours - bajra (pearl millet), besan (chickpea/chana dal flour), jowar (sorghum/cholam), and I think wheat flour is made into a dough with water, onions, coriander, and red/green chilies. I used whatever I had in my pantry - whole wheat flour, bajra, besan, rice flour, and another flour that's in my pantry that I forgot to label, so not sure what it is, but fairly certain it's something healthy 🙂 That's the way we roll! This is typically a breakfast dish, but I made it for a light and quick dinner for us today. It was amazingly good! I also added a tablespoon of flax meal for some good omega 3 fats!