Add flour to a mixing bowl.
Add all the other ingredients except for the extra oil/ghee.
Bring everything together to form a soft dough. The chutney I used was enough to form the dough. You can add water if required.
Put a tawa or frying pan over medium to low heat.
Divide the dough roughly into eight parts. Roll into balls.
Take a chopping board and dab it with some water. Place a small cotton cloth or parchment paper on it. (6" X 6" is ideal).
Place one ball on the cloth or the parchment paper.
Wet your fingers with some water. Pat the dough into a circle of about 5-6 inches.
Lift the two corners of the cloth or paper at the top.
Place the thalipeeth on the tawa, the cloth or paper will be on top.
Peel the cloth or paper away.
Allow the thalipeeth to cook for 1-2 minutes.
Flip it and allow it cook for 1-2 minutes.
Drizzle oil around the sides. Roast on both sides till brown specks appear.
Repeat the steps using the rest of the dough.
Serve thalipeeth with plain yogurt or a curry.