Rajasthani Dry Snacks
Dry snacks prepared in bulk and stored in airtight jars come in handy when hunger surprises you by attacking at unusual times! They are also wonderful to have with tea. Indulge in snacky treats like the Shakarpara and Masala Mathri just about any time you wish to munch on something crunchy.
Rajasthani dry snacks, Tea-time snacks
A traditional tea-time snack often made during festive occasions, Shakarpara is – much to the joy of amateurs – also very easy to make! While there are several ways of making this mildly-sweet snack, this recipe is one of the easiest to follow. Also, you can make savoury shakarpara. If not frying, you can opt for a healthy alternative to bake them. Crispy and flavourful, Masala Mathri can be prepared quite easily with readily available ingredients like plain flour, carom seeds and cumin seeds, and so on. They taste amazing with a cup of masala chai.
Rajasthani Dry Snacks, Kachoris
Pyaaz ki Kachori
Kachori have become synonymous with the Rajasthani cuisine. The region has endless varieties of kachoris to offer. They are found at most 'namkeen' shops and are a popular breakfast. Pyaaz Kachori, Shahi Raj Kachori, Matar ki Kachori are some popular kachoris. Also , you can also find sweet varieties like Mawa Kachoris that are stuffed with a rich mixture of khoya and dry-fruits, deep-fried and dipped in sugar syrup.
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