Wheat Flour – 1/2 cup
Multi milet flour – 1/2 cup
Fresh Methi leaves – 1 handfull (can use dried kasthuri methi)
Ajwain – a pinch
Jeera – a pinch
Chilly powder – 1tsp
Salt as reqd
Wash and drain the methi leaves.
Mix all the ingredients provided in the above table. Add water and kneed into a smotth, stiff dough.Divide the dough into equal parts and give them a shape of ball, Keep them covered.
Take one ball and coat with dry flour and roll into very thin chapathi. Roll it as thin as possible for uniform cooking. Now heat a thick iron tawa on low heat. once its become hot place the rolled chapathi in the tawa,after 20 seconds flip to the other side and start pressing from the edges with a potato mashes or folded thick cloth. Pressall over the chapathi to make sure that no bubbles are formed.
Please see to that you cook in low flame to avoid over cooking… once the chapathi becomes stiff cool it and transfer to a air tight container. Prepare remaining khakhras in the same way.
For a twist, smear ghee and add a tinch of chat masala and to make it healtier sprinkle finely chopped onion, tomato and grated carrot
Wonderful crunchy-munchy-healthy tea snack ready!!!!!
A snack which can be made and packed for family outing too…
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