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Khakras are a popular snack that can be served at any time of the day. They are nothing but thinly rolled out chapatis that are painstakingly individually made crisp over a tava (griddle). An astounding variety of khakras is available at farsan (snack) shops, but there is nothing as good as home-made khakras. With a little extra effort, you can virtually make any flavour or combination you like. This recipe is of a bajra and methi khakra. I have added a little wheat flour to the dough as it makes rolling easier. The dough is kneaded with warm water to make it easier to roll the khakras. Make a large batch of these khakras and store them in an air-tight container. Serve them with methia keri or quick mango chunda, just the way Gujaratis enjoy them.
Preparation Time: 10 mins.Cooking Time: 25 mins.
Makes 5 khakhras.
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