Khakhra is a low calorie snack having a delightful taste and is a perfect ‘5’o clock snacking option’ which can replace fried snacks.It is a staple breakfast for the Gujarati diasporas, but is now consumed by many asian communities.
Ingredients : Wheat flour, edible oil, iodized salt.
Originating from the state of Gujarat, as part of Jain Gujarati cuisine in India, Khakhara’s are thin crackers made from mat bean, wheat flour and oil. khakhra’s are individually hand-made and roasted to provide a delicious, crunchy and healthy snack enjoyed with a selection of pickles and chutneys.
There are variation in the preparation methods but generally the following method is observed : Wheat flour,(and/or refined flour), salt and masala are mixed.
Oil, water or milk are added and knead to make a soft dough.
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Khakhra is a traditional Gujarati snack which is healthy, crispy and delicious on its own or with pickle or curd.
The secret of making best diet methi khakhra lies in rolling thinnest possible roti and cooking on low heat while continuously pressing it with wooden press or folded cloth. Spread ghee and and dry chutney powder and enjoy it just like that.
Diet khakhra prepared with this recipe gets its delicious flavor from kasoori methi, which is added while preparing its dough. Crushed khakhra can be used for preparing bhel, chat and chevdo.
This dough is then rolled into small balls and are flattened.
This actually looks similar to the chapatis or raw Flattened bread.
Now this is then heated and roasted on slow heat and pressed via wooden press, till it becomes crisp and light brown in color.