Maida matri/thattai- diwali snack recipes

 

Hello to all my lovely loyal readers after a super long time who actually happen to see my blog time to time and enquire with me regarding the updates. I actually wanted to post this before diwali and I started my post almost 20 days back, but could not find time to do it. But now as I am finding some time, I have a few posts in my drafts which I will try to post in the next few days before my upcoming trip to India. I look forward to do some serious blogging next year unlike this year where I couldn’t manage more than a few posts. Though cooking has been happening regularly and I do post the pictures in my instagram. You can follow me on instagram to see the things happening,

Ok , coming to the actual post, I had made them during janmashtami. I really did not make anything much for this diwali except gulabjamuns from the readymade mix as I did not want our most important festival to pass by just like a normal day. As I wanted to make something for janmashtami with the very little time I had in hand, I decided to make this matris. They are very easy to make and everyone is going to love them. Its not a authentic south indian thatai, but more of the north indian matri. Just that I decided to add some roasted gram which is not usually done. They were soft and crisp and a little flaky too. Do try them, It will make a good tea time snack.

 


 

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Maida matri Yum
Course snack
Cuisine indian, north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Course snack
Cuisine indian, north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine Maida , roasted gram soda,roasted gram and all the spices including salt in a mixing bowl.
  2. Add a tablespoon of hot oil in it.
  3. Now knead it into a dough adding little water.
  4. The dough should be firm and not too dry.
  5. Now make them into small balls.
  6. Roll them to discs with a rolling pin or with your palms and fingers.
  7. Make small holes on them with a fork so that they don't puff only deep frying.
  8. Heat the oil for deep frying. When the oil is hot, deep fry this discs in hot oil. USe low - medium flame.
  9. Fry till they turn a golden brown.
Recipe Notes

 

 

  1. Allow it to cool and then serve. You can pack the rest in an air tight container
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