Diwali is simply across the nook, and there’s something about this festive interval that makes us wish to throw all our weight-reduction plan plans out of the window. Diwali is a superb to time to take pleasure in some desi sweets and snacks. Barfi, namak pare, dry fruits, chakli are all festive snacks we have now grown up with. The markets are full of them, however this yr, we have now taken the plunge to make a few of them at dwelling. Yes, for the reason that festivities aren’t fairly the identical this yr, making our personal Diwali snacks and sweets could make the celebrations a tad extra memorable in 2020.
One of the most typical Diwali snack is a mathri or matthi. This North Indian snack is actually a crispy, savoury biscuit, typically flavoured with spices like cumin(jeera) or carom (ajwain) seeds. We love mathri because it helps break the monotony set by sweets. Diwali is certainly a competition of sweets, however typically you want some savoury additions to avoid wasting the day. In this recipe video, meals vlogger and YouTuber Parul.
Mix maida with ajwain seeds, salt, black pepper powder, ghee and mix. Combine till it begins to bind. Do not add an excessive amount of ghee, as it could break whereas frying. And when you put much less ghee, your mathris might grow to be barely more durable in texture. Make a semi tight maida dough, coat with oil on both aspect. Roll the flat minimize in desired shapes and fry.
You can watch the entire recipe on the YouTube Channel ‘Cook With Parul’:
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