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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Methi Mathri/ Mathi


                                                               
Mathri is a great and easy snack to munch any time of the day. Moreover, adding methi to this makes it more flavoured.


Yields: 25-27, Preparation Time: 10 minutes, Cooking Time: 30 minutes


Ingredients:
2 cups all purpose Flour
1tbsp dry Fenugreek leaves
1/2 cup Semolina (sooji)
1 tbsp Rice flour
2 tbsp Oil to knead the dough
1/2 tsp Carrom seeds (ajwain)
Salt to taste
Water
Oil for frying


Method:
In a large bowl sieve all purpose flour. Add salt, rice flour, semolina, ajwain, kasuri methi and mix well.
Add oil and water to knead a little stiff dough. Wrap the dough with a damp cloth to retain the moisture and keep it aside for 1/2 hr.
Divide the dough into equal parts and with the help of fingertips, press them to roll out into tiny puris. Now prick the puris with a fork. Deep fry the mathris on medium flame. Keep flipping them regularly for frying evenly. Place them on an absorbent paper. Cool completely and store in an air tight container. 


User comments & tips:
Pricking the puris gently with a fork, before frying, will ensure that the mathris do not pop like puris. 




                                                                           

39 comments:

  1. Yummy methi mathris...

    simplehomefood.com

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  2. crunchy mathis...my fav. too...

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  3. I want to grab that whole stacks of matri's. looks so crispy!

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  4. Looks crunchy and flavourful snack..

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  5. Hi Deepa,

    They look yummy...:)

    Happy Diwali dear!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  6. Methi is a overused ingredient in my house..I add it anything n everthing under the sun.Matthi looks yum and crispy...wish cud grab some of those.

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  7. looks yummy n crispy dear... i too have made this today..

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  8. Hi Deepa,

    Here after a long time..these mathris are looking really inviting.. Lovely pics..

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  9. Looks really splendid! I wish to munch on the whole stack now.

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  10. Yummy and delicious snack..crunchy,lovely pic dear.

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  11. Delicious and crispy biscuits, looks very yummy.

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  12. Crispy mathri looks simply fabulous..awesome!

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  13. Looks really good. I wish to have some now :-)

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  14. Mathris looks temptingly delicious and very tasty.

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  15. I love methi mathri...this looks so yummy..nice clicks too!

    US Masala

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  16. What an awesome snack! They're crunchy!

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  17. Crispy and yummy! Happy Diwali to you and your family dear..

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  18. wow..yummylecious mathris deepa,tanu...to b honestly this one z new for me...i would like to try it soon...

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  19. yuuuuummmmmm........ so tempting :-). Amrita

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  20. i love them....urs look very tempting and attractive/...pls. send me some dear....

    n btw...
    Happy Diwali to u n ur Family

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  21. Yummy mathris.I have one on my blog but i didnt use menthi :)

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  22. I love Mathris... i always love them to have with pickle... urs is looking good and tempting.

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  23. Am so glad to be able to post on ur blog!
    I aint sure if i have had Mathri, maybe i dont know they are called mathri, but ur rite, this sounds like a anytime snack i would love!

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  24. oh these look super delicious and so nice!

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  25. I am a big fan of this...wanna grab some now..yummyyyy

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  26. Tempting mathris!! Wish u & ur family happy & prosperous diwali!

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  27. those are crunchy and yummy!! happy Diwali!!

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  29. looks yum!! Happy Diwali to you and your family!!

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  30. Happy happy Diwali to you and your near and dear ones.

    A would gobble up all these mathris. He loves them:-)

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  31. Dear Deepa
    Many thanks for the diwali wishes. Happy Diwali to you and family, it is never late to wish as Goddess Laxmi is always with us and forever.
    I like this recipe , specially the Maida, suji and rice flour combo..
    But wont be able to try soon. I have a good mind to replace stupid Mary gold biscuits with Mathris ....during morning tea. :-)
    Bhalo theko tomra sabai
    Ghosh kaku

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  32. Yummy mathris!!!Happy diwali to u too!!!Have a super time :)

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  33. yummy & crispy mathris...feel like grabbing feom the screen...simple and easy recipe...will definitely try this...

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  34. Do you have chili pickle with those beautiful mathri of yours? They are perfect. Bottle them up and save some for me. Please.

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  35. Looks too good..My hubbys' fav :-)
    Hope you had a great Diwali,Deepa

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  36. Nice crunchy and crispy mathris... love them with masala tea.
    Nice pics.

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