Mathri or Suhali is a delightful rajasthani snack to eat with tea or coffee or with some pickle. DH just love it with a hot cuppa tea!
Last year when my mom visited us at sydney, she brought some mathri in a tupperware box..till date whenever my daughter sees that box she would call it suhali box!! She remembers nani brought suhali in that box a year back!
This is a all time favorite snack, made with love by mom during our growing up years. It is so tempting too..cant stop eating while making it!
- 3 Cup – APF(maida)
- 1 cup - Wheat flour
- 2 tsp – Carom Seeds
- 3 Tbsps – Oil for kneading the dough
- 2 tsp - crushed kasoori methi
- to taste – Salt
- Oil for frying
- In a large bowl mix flour, salt, kasoori methi & carom seeds.
- Add oil for knading mix gently. Now hold the flour in your fist, if it forms a loose clump, then the amount of oil is fine, if it doesn’t then add a bit more oil.
- Using water knead the dough. The dough should be slightly hard to touch. Wrap in a wet muslin cloth & keep it aside for 1/2 hour.
- Form small balls with the dough. Roll these balls using a rolling pin. Use a knife or fork to make small holes/ slits in the rolled pastry.
- Heat oil in a big wok, fry these pastry till golden brown.
- Enjoy warm with tea or coffee or pickle. It will store well in air-tight container at room temp for several days.
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