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August 30, 2010

Savory Wheat Biscuits



My mom used to make this snack often and I used to love it. You can make these biscuits in huge quantities and store for a few days. I will post the sweet version later. For now, enjoy my savory version.
This is the first time I am giving step by step procedure. Hope it will be useful for you.

Ingredients:
Wheat flour - 1 cup
Oil - 1 tbsp
Salt
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Green chilli - 1
Mint & Coriander leaves - 2 tbsp
Butter - 1 tbsp
Oil - To deep fry

Method:
To wheat flour, add salt, hing, softened butter, finely minced green chilli, mint and coriander leaves.
Take about 1/2 cup water (approximately) and add it little by little to the flour and knead for 10 minutes. If the dough is tight, add some more water. If it is very loose, add some flour.
Add oil at this stage and make a soft dough.



Slightly dust the surface with some flour. Take a small portion of the dough. Roll it and flatten using a rolling pin into circular shape.



The roti should neither be too thin nor thick.



Heat a griddle and cook the roti for 10 seconds on each side. It should not be cooked fully.
Repeat this procedure for rest of the rotis.



Stack them and cut into squares.



Heat oil in a pan.
When it is hot, fry the cut pieces in small batches to golden brown.



Cool completely and store in air tight containers.
Serve with tea/coffee.

33 comments:

  1. Savory wheat biscuits look very crunchy and dleicious.

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  3. These are gorgeous!!! I will try them this week end itself. I usually made the sweet and savory version with Maida, but these look super delicious :)

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  4. this is so cool, love the step by step. definitely a new snack to me :)

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  5. this is new forme ,,,looks delicious..

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  6. love the biscuits & wonderful step by step pictures ......

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  7. Wow interesting snack Mahi...stepwise neat and supera iruku continue doing it.Clicks are bright n crystal clear

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  8. We make this with maida and call diamond cuts,this is sure a guilt free snack! Would try out sometime,I am craving for some snacks these days ;) Stepwise pictures are good too!

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  9. Looks very crispy and yummy !!!Def in my list to do :) Ashwini

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  10. Yummy wheat biscuits. Perfect with tea. Awesome clicks, . Awesome clicks and presentaion as usual. Come and colelct your award from my blog.

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  11. wow these khara biscuits looks very inviting ...awesome clicks feel like to grab some ...book marked ur recipe

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  12. I also do the same,it looks delicious

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  13. HI
    Wow, perfect for kids.Thanks for sharing.
    Book marked.

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  14. wow...they look really yummy...Loved it...

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  15. Fried is always yum!these look sooo good!!

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  16. wow...interesting snack dear...1st time to your lovely space..visit mine whenever..following you..

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  17. Its very easy to try recipe...looks yummy..

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  18. Savoury biscuits look so crunchy and yumm!

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  19. Biscuits look really good. My mom used to make it with all purpose flour. This is new. Will try it

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  20. looks really yum yum n crispy...

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  21. Cute biscuits to rely on for a quick snack .

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  22. Fantastic crispy biscuits...i do sometimes like this with leftover chappathis..

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  23. Very Tasty and Crunchy looking wheat biscuits. Loved the step by step preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. this is new to me .. nice snack

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  25. looks crispy and yummy...perfect for snack time!!!

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  26. Kanna,
    Your Mother used to make these biscuits often when you were a child. Nice Pictures as usual.
    APPA

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  27. Hi.. Im really surprised to see all ur recipes. wow............ they are all very nice.. Just reminding me of my grandma who used to all these. I remember this one she used to do for snacks very often during my childhood. great.. nice snack it is..

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  28. Looking at the title I thought it would require baking.. its so simple.. and the pic makes me drool... perfect for tea time!

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