Hi friends! here is a quick and easy to do recipe of a healthy snack for you all enjoy.
- 1 cup all purpose flour / maida
- 1 cup semolina/ Suji
- 3 tbsp Kasuri methi
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/4 cup olive oil or any other cooking oil
- 1/2 cup cold water, to make the dough
- Oil – for deep frying
Soak the kasuri methi in half cup of water for 30 minutes.
In a mixing bowl take all purpose flour / maida, Suji / semolina, and salt together and rub the 1/4 cup oil in lightly so that the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Add soaked kasuri methi along with the water it was soaked in, knead into a stiff dough adding gradually required amount of water.
Cover the dough and set aside for at least 15 minutes.
Divide the dough into 28 equal portions. Make tiny smooth balls and roll out the dough gently into a 1/4 cm in thick circles each. Prick with a fork all over the surface.
Heat the oil in a wok /kadhai till a tiny piece of dough dropped in, rises to the top at once. Then, put in as many six discs or as will fit in comfortably.
Reduce the heat to medium flame, turn occasionally. Fry till light golden brown on both sides.
Lift out and place on absorbent paper Kitchen towel. Fry the rest similarly.
Cool and store in an airtight container.
Health benefits of Kasuri Methi:
Used as an accent flavor for curries and meat, kasoori methi are fenugreek leaves used in Indian cooking. Their taste is a cross between celery and fennel with a bitter bite. Although used in small amounts, kasoori methi may help you get more fiber, calcium and iron.
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