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How to make Baked Mathri

What are Mathris? Mathris or Matthis are Indian style crispy and spicy fried crackers which are a very popular snack in the northern part of the India. These mathris make wonderful teatime snack for any day. Just pair them with a masala chai or coffee and your brunch is sorted. Mathris  also make a great festive snack, thus it is made during festivals such as Diwali and Holi. They are simply perfect for family gatherings and get togethers. To see the video of baked mathri  recipe  please go in the last of section in this post. What are the common ingredients for Mathri? Making these flaky, crispy, and spicy mathris are super easy. And you only need some basic ingredients to make these flaky and crispy mathris such as flour, salt, ghee/oil, and a combination of spices. These spices include carom seeds (ajwain), fennel seeds (saunf), black pepper (kali mirch), dry fenugreek leaves (Kasuri methi), asafeotida (Hing) and cumin seeds (jeera).But you can make other flavours of mathri like piz

How to make pani puri| gol gappe at home

Gol Gappe/ Pani Puri I know, your mouth watering after seeing this photo.  Everyone's favourite is this gol gappe/pani puri. This is a popular street snack in India. Pani puri known as different names like pani patashi in Haryana, fulki in Madhya Pradesh, gol gappa in Uttar Pradesh, phuchka in Bihar & Bengal, pakodi in Gujarat, Gup Chup in parts of Odisha, South Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.    There is very interesting story behind its origin. Go through this article . Let's see the recipe and try to make it at home and enjoy whenever we want. Ingredients for Gol Gappe/Puri ( 50-60 Pcs. ) Refined Flour or Maida - 2 Tbsp Suji - 1 Cup Baking Soda - 1 Pinch Salt - To Taste Ingredients for Gol Gappe Masala  Boiled Potatoes - 2-3 Pcs Kala Chana - 1 & 1.5 Cup Cumin Powder - 1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder - 1 Tsp Onion - 1 Medium(Chopped) Aamchoor Powder - 1 Tsp Black Salt - To Taste Salt - To Taster Ingredients f or the Gol Gappe ka P

How to make cinnamon rolls

What is cinnamon roll Cinnamon roll (also cinnamon bun, cinnamon swirl, cinnamon Danish and cinnamon snail) is a sweet roll served commonly in Northern Europe (mainly in Scandinavia) and North America. A cinnamon roll consists of a rolled sheet of yeast-leavened dough onto which a cinnamon and sugar mixture is sprinkled over a thin coat of butter. The dough is then rolled, cut into individual portions, and baked or deep fried. Its main ingredients are flour, cinnamon, sugar, and butter, which provide a robust and sweet flavor.   Tips for Making the Ultimate Cinnamon Rolls Be kind to your yeast. Keep the milk between 110° and 115°F. Any cooler and the yeast may not activate properly. Any hotter and you may kill the yeast before it has a chance to help the dough rise.  Yeast likes a warm environment, so using  butter at room temperature will keep the dough at the perfect temperature for optimal yeast activity. Plus, room-temperature butter will also mix easier and more evenly into the do