How to make Suji nampakpare
Suji namakpare is the healthier option of maida as it contains more fibre, and gives energy. It also helps to regulate weight loss and is good for strong bones. Suji is also good for the heart and good for overall body function.
Ingredients for Suji Namakpare
Suji - 3 cup
Ghee - 5-6 tbsp
Salt as per taste
Chat Masala - 2 Tsp
Red Chilli Powder - 1tsp
Kala Namak - 1tsp
Amchoor powder - 1tsp
Water for Kneading
How To Make Suji Namakpare
- In a mixer grinder grind suji into a fine flour.
- Sift the flour into a bowl and add the ghee. Mix with your fingers, till it resembles breadcrumbs
- Now add salt, chaat masala, red chilli powder, Kala namak, amchoor powder.
- Add water and knead into the soft dough
- Leave the dough at least for 30 minutes so suji can absorb water and the dough become soft.
- After 30 minutes, knead the dough again and if the dough is too hard then add little water and make the dough just like puri dough.
- Now make 1/2 inch thin chapati/disc and cut the chapati into a diamond shape.
- In a kadhai pour oil and heat oil
- Now add nampakare into oil on low medium heat and fry until it turns golden brown.
- Add nampakpare one by one into the oil otherwise, it sticks with one another and can turn out crispy.
How to bake in OTG
- For baking, take all the ingredients as same as for frying.
- Repeat the process same as for dough making and for making namakpare.
- Now, preheat the oven to 180*c for 10 minutes.
- Bake the namakpare, twister or mathari for 10- 12 minutes just depending on your otg and temperature.
- After a while see that mathri and twister do not burn
Nampakpare is more crispy when it cools down. Store namakpare in an air-tight container for up to 10-15 days.