Namak Pare is one of everyone's favourite snacks that are crunchy, crispy and delicious enough to sate our everyday midday cravings. These ribbon-like strips are made up of refined flour, oil, and water delicately seasoned in jeera powder. There was a time when namak pare was prepared every other day and was the ultimate snack loved by both kids and adults. But, unfortunately, the craze for namak pare has faded away because most of us have moved over from relishing this Indian snack to having market chips and namkeens. However, Diwali is around the corner, and we would love it if you served your guests' different types and flavours of namak pare will have them burst with joy. So make them at home, store them in an air-tight jar and serve this snack whenever you have surprise guests at home.
Welcome your guest with this unique and colourful namak pare that will bring a smile to everyone’s face and pack your tummy. You don’t need any food colouring, so make these soon with ingredients available at home.
This kasuri methi namak pare are easy to make and delicious, just like your regular namak pare. However, they are made with one unique ingredient, which is kasuri methi. The flavours of kasuri methi make it a lot more appealing in taste.
Doesn't this one seem like the perfect one to have on Diwali? Kajus add to the richness and crunch of this yummy namakpare. This recipe of namak pare is a must to try in winter, so give it a try.
You can't imagine how spicy and delicious these namak pare are. Now, make your favourite tea-time accompaniment spicier by dipping them in a spicy schezwan sauce.