Thepla

(Indian)

flour, methi, spices, oil.

Thepla is a soft Indian flatbread typical of Gujarati cuisine and especially popular among Jains.
It is typically enjoyed as a breakfast, or can be eaten for snacks with hot tea or can be eaten as lunch also as a side dish with a meal, or as a snack in the late afternoon. Thepla can be made with wheat flour, besan (gram flour), methi (fenugreek leaves), and other spices. Thepla can be enjoyed together with dahi (yogurt), red garlic chutney, and …

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Created Aug. 9, 2020 by: atasneem


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