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Mathri or Mathi is a classic Punjabi style crispy snack normally prepared and feasted upon during festivals like Diwali and Karwa Chauth. Festivals and weddings in India usually mean sweets and more sweets invading your house, and eventually, your stomach. And indulging in too many sweets can make you crave for something salty, which is why some savoury snacks are also exchanged during these festivals. The delicious Mathis is one such yummy treat. Mathis are really simple to make and can be stored in air tight containers for weeks to help them remain crispy. The key to getting the ideal melt-in-the-mouth yet crunchy finish of the Mathis lies in the ingredients that are used in its preparation and how long it is fried for. The stiff dough is prepared with semolina, Maida (white wheat flour), carom seeds, black pepper, and of course, the glue that holds all Punjabi dishes together, GHEE. A little bit of Kasturi Methi (dried fenugreek) is added to give it a nice Punjabi kick.
Weight : 250gm