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Learn how to prepare the crunchy and tasty Chakli from rice flour with this Chakli recipe. Chaklis are deep fried and enjoyed as a crunchy snack in the evenings with tea or coffee.

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Chakli recipe - How to make Chakli

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  1. To prepare the bhajani, roast the dals separately on a low flame.
  2. Mix the dals and coarsely grind them.
  3. Boil water and add red chilli powder, haldi, ajwain, til, salt and homemade butter.
  4. Take four cups of bhajani and mix it in water.
  5. Mix well and remove. put the mixture in a chakli maker.
  6. Shape the chaklis and deep-fry them on low flame till reddish brown.
  7. Remove and place on tissue to absorb excess oil.
  8. Break a piece of the chakli to check if it has cooked properly.
  9. Serve the chaklis with homemade butter, or fresh curd with chilli pickle.

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 on 24 Sep 19 06:07 PM

Roast for how much time and can all of them be roasted together
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, Roast 180 degree for 15 min.. turning it once in between.. Better to roast it in batches..
25 Sep 19 05:35 PM