Saturday, January 11, 2014



Winters come with many recipes. There is always a hustle Bustle in Indian Kitchen. As evenings are too
windy and chilly and People stay indoors and there is always a demand for "Kuch Garam Garam khane ko ho jaye".
So you cook lot of stuff .
Namak para or Nimki or Mattri is ribbon like strips of dough which is rolled in spices and fried.

You can store them in airtight containers for relishing them with evening teas and gossips.
Plain Flour / Maida : 1 cup
Melted Ghee: 2 - 3 tbsp
Ajwain  or Carrom seeds : 1 1 tsp
Salt to taste
refined Oil for deep frying

1. Combine the plain flour, ajwain seeds and salt in a wide bowl. Add the heated ghee to the flour and mix very well.
2. Make a soft dough by adding the water little by little. Cover with a lid, set aside for 30 minutes.
3 Again Roll the dough for few mins.
Make small balls and Roll out in Roti like shape.
Cut into strips.
4 Fry strips in batches in hot oil at medium heat.
5. The color should be whitish and crispy. Do not make them brown....

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