Mathri is a traditional North Indian style crispy cracker snack, it generally prepared upon the festivals like Diwali, Karwa Chauth, Holi, and any other festivals. It does not take too much time to prepared. We can prepare it at our home also in just a few times if all ingredients are pre-prepared. You can also try for the different type of Dhania Masala Mathari, Makki-Til Sweet Mathri, Mathri Recipe, Nimki, Maida Papdi, Shakarpare, Gur Atta Papdi, etc.
Mathari made in Gujarati Style is called Farsi Puri. It is extremely crispy and can be eaten in the breakfast or as a snack with tea in the evening.I am sure your family members will like this recipe. So lets make Farsi Puri today.
Shakarpara is also prepared with kneading sugar in flour and also coating the fried shakapara with sugar. Both the shakarpara have different tastes. These can be prepared for any festivals a week prior.
Maida papdi is very crispy and good in taste. You can make papadi at home and store in an air-tight container for a longer period of time and eat with tea or coffee everyday or whenever you like. Lets make Maida Papadi today.
Both sesame and corn meal are healthy for winters. We are making corn meal and sesame ki tikki today.
Potli samosa are like small packets or bag that look very beautiful, unique and very delicious. Compared to other samosa, potli samosa are very small in size and can be served as starter in any party or can be prepared for any special occasions or can be accompanied in supper.
Often this potli samosa is made with masala stuffing of potato and peas, but you can use any stuffing as per your taste like mawa, dates, paneer, tofu, roasted dal etc.
Gurpare prepared with Jaggery, sesame seeds and wheat flour have a different tantalizing flavor. You'll love eating this even more during winters.
Fried batti, mostly prepared in Brij area .i.e. Agra, Mathura, Firozabaad, is usually smaller in size than Rajasthani batti and also, is different in taste. Fried batti is served as starter or in the main coarse.
Winters are about to begin and don't forget to make Rajasthani Gur-atta papdi prepared with jaggery, wheat flour and sesame seeds.
Nimki has a flavor of kalonji and is crispy like namakpaare. It has salty and spicy taste. Serve them with kasundi or green coriander chutney, in both ways you will like its special taste.
Before the trend of Biscuits shot up, home-made Matharis (Flaky Biscuits) were preferred for snacks and treats. Its specialty is that you can make them at home and can be stored for more than a month in an air-tight container.
Chirote is crusty sweet snack recipe. These are delectable and appetizing. This Maharashtrian recipe can be prepared for any special occasion or festival.
Corn dishes help in protecting us from cold in winters. Let's make the corn flakes biscuits to eat along with the evening's tea.
Namak pare made with all purpose flour (maida) are often liked by everyone. If you don’t like using maida, then besan pare is what you will like more. Besan pare are made with gram flour and wheat flour which are awesome in taste. Serve them with morning tea and supper as snacks. Kids will too like eating them.
Masala Mathari prepared with Coriander leaves is more preferable in taste than any simple Mathari.
Simple Mathari is prepared by simply adding Carom Seeds (Ajwain) to it, But this crispy Masala Mathari is made with Green Coriander and Maida kneaded in a dough. Masala is Mathari is more crispy and thick as compare to Simple Mathari. We can even make it with Fenugreek(Methi) or Spinach(Palak) leaves and each flavor have different taste. Lets make small sized crispy Matharis with Coriander.
Sweet to taste, crunchy and crusty Thekua is traditional recipe of Bihar and Jharkhand. Thekua is prepared especially for Chhath puja. But these can be prepared anytime you want to eat.