Dahi Dhapate – A Flatbread From Maharashtra

Dahi Dhapate – A Flatbread From Maharashtra

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Today is the fourth day of mega marathon with theme A to z flatbreads and more. Since I took part in this mega marathon all of a sudden, so there wasn’t any preparation. Leave aside the preparation of dishes ahead of time, even my list isn’t ready. It’s like ‘Roz kua khodna aur pani pina’ i.e. everyday I have to think /search about flatbread under a letter, make it and if liked by my family, then post it. But seriously, I’m enjoying it.

For the fourth day, under letter D, I had certain dishes in mind like dal poori, dashmi roti, dhebra and dhapate. Out of all, I settles for dhapate as I had bought jowar flour few days back that I hadn’t used till now. So what could be the better option that to use it and make a healthy, hearty and crisp roti for letter D.

Dahi Dhapate

I watched few videos for that. In every video they said that it is difficult to make dhapate since practice is required. Even then I decided to go ahead with this only. When I started making dhapate, believe me it was very easy to make. May be, being a Punjabi, I have lot of practice of making makki ki roti and that helped me. But let me tell you if you have ever made makki ki roti, this dhapate dough is much easier to handle.

Dahi Dhapate

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Now coming to the taste of dhapate, truly speaking I wasn’t expecting a very great taste. But believe me, after clicking pics, when I put a morsel in my mouth, I couldn’t stop myself eating it and finished three dhapate then only. It is not like I eat that much. I just eat one chapati only, but finishing three dhapate….you can very well understand how tasty that would be. It doesn’t stop here. When my daughter came back from the school, she wanted something to eat. The same story got repeated with her as well and I too gulped down one more. God knows how I’m going to digest it 😀

You too make a story of yours by eating this delicious flatbread from Maharashtra – Dahi Dhapate. Before that, get up and make it. Here is my recipe….

A. Achari Poori

B. Bedmi Poori

C. Chana Paratha

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Dahi Dhapate - A Flatbread From Maharashtra
An authentic Maharashtrian flatbread that scores well at the taste as well as health grounds.
Dahi Dhapate
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
Dahi Dhapate
Instructions
  1. Take all the three flours in a bowl.
    Dahi Dhapate
  2. Add all the spices, salt and sesame seeds keeping some for putting on the top.
    Dahi Dhapate
  3. Add chopped onion, garlic and coriander leaves. Rub with the hands to mix everything well.
    Dahi Dhapate
  4. Add curd and mix well.
    Dahi Dhapate
  5. Knead into a soft dough by adding water gradually. Cover and keep aside for 10-15 minutes.
    Dahi Dhapate
  6. Divide the dough into eight balls.
  7. Take a plastic sheet, grease it lightly with oil. Place a dough ball on it and spread it with the help of your palm. Sprinkle some sesame seeds on the top and make a hole in the middle. It helps in proper cooking of dhapate.
    Dahi Dhapate
  8. Put some oil on a hot griddle. Transfer dhapate carefully to the hot tawa. Let it cook on one side at medium low heat before flipping. Grease the other side as well and allow it to cook.
    Dahi Dhapate
  9. Serve hot with butter or curd.
    Dahi Dhapate
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16 thoughts on “Dahi Dhapate – A Flatbread From Maharashtra

  1. Dhapate seems to be one of the most popular bread for the alphabet D ! It’s actually very delicious , even we loved it . I am not surprised that you gobbled down 3 at one go the bread is really awesome and you have made it perfectly .

  2. Love that line – roz kuan khodna aur pani peena. Seems like the story of my life!
    Today seems to be the Dhapate day..,and yours looks so gorgeous and tempting. Wish I could have some!

  3. Dhapate looks absolutely incredible and inviting and i can feel like having some dhapate rite now without any side dish. You have shaped them super prefectly Ritu.. Lovely flatbreads there.

  4. Beautifully made dhapate Ritu. I have read three version of dhapate for the day and I am in love with every version. I seriously need to note down every recipe.

  5. During the previous BM,many of my posts were cooked,clicked and posted on the same day.Yes, it was interesting but a little tiring as well! Anyways, Dhapate seems to be the dish of the day and your version looks absolutely delicious Ritu.

  6. I am surely gonna include this dhapate recipe in my Diwali collection. Looking really mouthwatering and tempting. I can imagine you eating 3 of them :)))))))) But definitely having such a platter how long you can control yourself. Loved step by step process.

  7. Ritu, dhapate with butter and dahi…super tempting. Yours looks so so beautiful and rustic. I’ve got a bit of jowar flour leftover from another flatbread I made.. will try this recipe after the BM is over.

  8. This is an excellent choice Ritu and it’s so tough to cook and plan on a daily basis as well. You are doing a marvelous job!..Though Dhapate would have fit the bill you managed on Dahi as well..very good and even I enjoyed it so much, no wonder you did..:)

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