Biscuit Bhakri -- Crispy & Savory Indian Snack

Have you tried traditional snack "Bhakri"?

Bhakri is very easy and a wonderful tea time snack. For kids, you can try making bhakri from early age and offer them in their breakfast with milk.

Biscuit available in the market contains maida, palm oil, sugar and artificial ingredients. Other ready made options are junk packaged food or breads which contains sugar and unhealthy oils.

Bhakri is a good alternative to make and good part is you can store it for couple of days easily.

> 1 cup whole wheat flour (atta)
> 2 tablespoons ghee
> 1 teaspoon carom seeds (ajwain)
> 1 teaspoon rock salt (Sendha Namak)
> Water
Optional -- Use Jowar flour (Sorghum flour) with wheat flour (or replace wheat flour)


Preparing Method:
> Take a bowl, and add whole wheat flour, carom seeds, rock salt, and ghee. Mix them well.
> Now add water little by little and knead the mixture to turn it into a smooth and stiff dough.
> Divide the dough into small round balls (same as chapati balls size)
> Take the dough balls, place them on the floured surface of rolling pins, and make disc-like flatbread.
> Now take a pan, switch on medium flame, add a little ghee, and place the flatbread to cook. Flip the side, add a little ghee if required, and cook both sides until turn golden brown and crispy.
> Repeat the process to make bhakri from all dough balls.
> Let it cool down and serve.
> You can store it in an airtight container for a couple of days.


Try and share your experience.

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