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Namak pare recipe (Nimki recipe)

Nimki recipe | Namak pare recipe | Namak para recipe. Namak para recipe is a spicy salty snack. This crisp snack is prepared by adding oregano with all-purpose flour. It is specially prepared for Diwali, Holi, or other festivals. namak pare (Nimki) is tea time snacks of strip size which people like to eat along with tea.

Namak pare recipe

Namakpara is made in almost every part of India, although it is known by many other names. In many regions, it is known by the names Nimki, Saloni, Namkeen Para, salty snacks, etc.

Nimki is a traditional snack.  It is an easy and quick recipe and is prepared with very few ingredients. You can make and store this salty snack recipe, it does not go bad for about a month. Serve it with tea on special occasions or when guests arrive.

To enjoy our other recipe snacks, check out our following post.  Masala Kaju namak para, Mathri Recipe (Salted Crackers), suji snacks recipe (suji ke twister), Chakli recipe (Gujrati snacks), French Fries (Finger Chips) recipe.

Preparation time              15minutes

Cooking time                     20 minutes

Total time                            45 minutes

Serve                                    02 big bowl

Difficulty level                   Easy

Course                                tea time snacks

Cuisine                                 Indian

Ingredients for namak para recipe

Maida (refined flour)     250 gms

Oil                                           04 teaspoon (to add in flour)

Ajwain                                  01 teaspoon

Black Pepper Powder     1/2 Spoon

Salt                                         to taste

Oil                                           to fry

Water                                   to make the dough

How to make namak pare recipe

  • First, take 250 grams maida (refined flour) in a large bowl.
  • Add 1 tsp Ajwain, 1/2 tsp black pepper, and salt as per taste and mix well.

Namak pare recipe

  • Add 4 teaspoons of light hot oil to this mixture. Adding oil will make your namak pare crunchy and delicious.
  • Rub the oil and flour with your hands and mix well.

Namak para recipe

  • Slowly add water to this mixture and make a dough. Keep in mind that you have to knead the stiff dough (like puri).
  • Divide the dough into 4-5 equal portions. Take a portion and make a round ball and make it flat.
  • Spread it with a rolling pin by placing it on a flat surface, and make it round like a chapatti.
  • Use fine flour to spread the bread.

Namak pare recipe

  • Cut the chapatti into long strips lengthwise and wide with a knife/pizza cutter.

Namak pare recipe

  • Heat the hot oil in a pan, turn the heat to medium when the oil is well heated. Add a small amount of chopped namak pare and fry in it.

Namak pare recipe

  • After turning light brown on one side, flip it over and fry it till it becomes golden brown on the other side.

Namak pare recipe

  • Remove it with the help of a spatula and flip it over the paper napkin to remove excess oil.
  • Now your namak pare is ready, let it cool to room temperature.

Namak pare recipe | Nimki recipe

  • Store it in an airtight container. Remove immediately if needed and serve with tea.

Main Ingredients

Maida (refined flour),   Oil, Ajwain,  Black Pepper, Salt.

Keywords

namak pare, namak para, Nimki, Saloni, Salty snacks, tea-time snacks.

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