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Jeera Masala Mathri Recipe , How to make namkeen Jeera Mathari using wheat flour at home

Priya Joshi | Aug 17, 2016 | 3 Comments so far

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Easy Whole wheat Masala Mathri Recipe with step by step pictures
Mathari is probably the best snack i have ever tasted and tried at home.I am die heart lover of sweet ans salty matharis.I have tasted lot of mathri varieties but i love this because it is my momy's mathri version and completely made from wheat flour.
This Whole wheat mathry is spicy ,crunchy and salty in taste.The flavor of Fresh cumins is enough to drive you crazy. This mathsris becomes my family favorite and even my friends liked it too. Salty mathris and ginger tea is World's BEST combo according to me.


Since the festivals are coming up, Most of the indian homes are set to make some delicious snacks and sweets.Our indian kitchens are incomplete without namkeens.
There are lot of recipes coming up on blog. I really miss my little brother and mommy land a lot :(
Cornflakes chevda,Nankhatai and mathris are the most common snack made at mommy land during janmashtami.
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Coming back to this Wheat Masala Mathris, Namkeen Mathris are originally from north india-punjab.It is quite popular in allover india and abroad.
I love this recipe because it is purely made whole wheat flour which make these mathris bit healthier.
You can even bake this mathris but i didn't tried baked version yet.

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Recipe Details for making Jeera Masala Mathari  below:

  Recipe whole wheat masala mathris-how to make namkeen mathris

Prep Time :15 mins
Cook Time :30 min
Total Time :45 mins
Main Ingredient :Whole Wheat Flour
Serves :10-15 medium mathris
Cuisine : Gujarat,North indian

Ingredients:
  • Whole Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup
  • Salt to taste
  • Cumins / Jeera - 1 to 2 tsp ( as per your liking)
  • Ginger chili paste-  1 tbsp
  • Oil - 1 tbsp
  • Ghee / Clarified butter -3 to 4 tbsp(for spreading )
  • Water - as per your need ( to make a dough)
  • Oil for deep frying
    Method/Assembling: 
    1. Take a mixing bowl and transfer atta/Wheat four in that.
    2. Add 1 tbsp oil and mix well with flour.Mean while melt you ghee so that you can easily use it later.
    3. Now, Add Salt, cumin and ginger chili paste.
    4. Add water and Make a fine dough.
    5. Don't make your dough very smooth as we want to make mathris crispy.
    6. Cover your dough with lid and keep it aside to let it rest for 10 min.
    7. Now divide your dough in equal portion.
    8. Make really big chapati as much as possible. But keep your Roti quite thick.
    9. Spread some ghee on that chapati.
    10. Roll the chapati well.Refer below Pictures for reference.
    11. Prepare all the rolls first.
    12. Now cut the rolls in small pieces.
    13. Gently press the small balls using roller.
    14. Heat oil in kadai.
    15. Gently put the puris in hot oil.
    16. Deep fry the mathris on slow flame until golden brown.
    17. Serve with masala chai.

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      3 comments

      1. The addition of jeera I must agree did amplify the deliciousness.

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      2. Yummy treat for any time of the day...

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