Thursday, February 20, 2014

Mathari( whole wheat flour mathari)

This is really a simple,healthy and tasty treat that makes a great munching tea time can also sent as a snack along with your kids snack box.Here i have used whole wheat flour to make more healthier but You can also use all purpose flour too.

  • Whole wheat flour(aata)-2 cups
  • Suji(semolina)-2 tbsp
  • Oil-1/4 cup
  • Black pepper-1/2 tsp(crushed)
  • Cumin seeds-1/4 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for frying

Take aata in a big mixing bowl.Add the cumin,crushed black pepper, salt and stir.
Now add oil and mix well. Add gradually water and knead to make a stiff dough.
Cover with damp cloth and set aside for 15 to 20 minutes.
Divide the dough into 3 equal portion and shape into balls. Roll out into about a 8 inch
Circle.Cut mathari with cookie cutter into round shape.Prick with a fork all over the surface
To prevent their puffing up during frying.Continue with the rest of the balls the same way.
Heat oil in a kadahi on medium hot, gently slide matharis few at time and fry
Untill golden brown and crisp.Remove and drain on paper towels.
Let them cool completely and then store in an airtight container.
To make masala mathari you can add kasoori methi,Ajwain and red chili for flavor.

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  1. Mathari looks yummy.We do make something similar but square.

  2. Looks crispy and yummy ..wonderful snack for tea time !!

  3. Very tempting clicks ........... Looks so yummy!

  4. wow so perfectly done mathari looks yummy and crunchy snack :)

  5. Loved the fact that you have made it whole wheat!!

  6. Crunchy snack...Perfect for a cup of tea...

  7. first timw when i looked at the pic i thought u made marie biscuits ...mathris r really yummy ...perfectly made

  8. Tasty mathari's........ Looks perfect!

  9. I love matharis...yours look so crisp ..perfectly done...

  10. Happy that i'm ur 100th follower! Mathari is my favourite snack & you made it perfect!


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