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Bored of cookies and pastries then try this simple lightly flavored Indian Fried Crunchy Pastries. As always chef Manjula has successfully come up with this non complicated and easy to make recipe. The most important ingredient for the dish is carom seeds
Learn how to make Namak Paare also called Matri Matar Katar Nimki Shankarpali Namakpara in different regions of India at home. This is a salty Indian snack and goes well with Tea Coffee perfect to serve at parties and for late night snacking. GETTING READY 1.
How to Make Namak Pare (Matri): Indian Snacks
Namak Pare is a very simple yet tasty snack. It is dry and crispy. This can be made in bulk and stored in air tight containers for many days. Namak pare can also be used in salads and as garnishes. GETTING READY 1. In a bowl put flour salt and carom seeds. Mix
Snack Time!! Namak Para
Paratha is a kind of flatbread popular all over India normally prepared by pan grilling method. The origin of this flat bread lies in South Asia with the word paratha derived from two different words viz. parat and atta signifying layers of dough. Among
Triangle Shaped Namak Mirch Paratha
Confused as to what to make for breakfast today Cannot think of anything So just be very quick and make a simple namak mirch paratha. MAKING 1. First prepare dough of wheat by combining together wheat and water and molding the mix with your hands to form the
Namak Mirch Paratha
Namak Pare is one of the popular Indian crunchy snacks made with maida. The snack can be easily made at home and is perfect to be served during tea time. GETTING READY 1. DOUGH in a large bowl combine together all the dough ingredients except water. Mix well.
Namak Pare- A Delicious Diwali Snack
Munch on this crispy snack on a cold or rainy day with ginger tea or coffee. Easy to make and you can even store them for a week. GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl mix the carom seeds salt semolina and flour together and rub the clarified butter in lightly so
1. Mix maida pepper salt cumin seeds together. 2. Knead the mixture into a stiff dough by adding required quantity of water. 3. Divide the dough into three equal parts and roll out on a pastry board a part at a time to 1 4 inches thickness. 4. Cut into sqare