Crunchy snack for tea time

Ingredients (Translation)

1 cup maida
1 tsp rice flour
Salt to taste
Oil to fry

Make a elastic dough of maida, salt and water. Leave it covered for five minutes.

Roll them out into chapatis using rice flour. Cut them into small squares or diamond shapes and fry them in hot oil till light brown in colour.

Cool and store in an air-tight container. You can even add some chilli powder to it if you like while making the dough. There are two more variations to this snack that will be posted later.
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Rachel said...

Arent these also known as diamond cuts..I remember these were made at home sometimes sugar coated too.


I love dimond cuts!!Looks like urs puffed very nicely:)

Rajitha said...

loove diamond cuts..i remember finishing half the dabba amma used to make at one sitting!!

Happy cook said...

Like Rachel and Rakh(s said they are called diamond cuts in Kerala too. I Love them. I like the one which they make with suagar.

Jerri said...

looks and sounds good. kinda reminds me of fried wantons. I bet they'd be good with powdered sugar as well.

Asha said...

Yummy! I cut Tortilla like that and fry. Easy!:D

Sagari said...

these are my childhood favvv my mom use to make both sweet ones and salt pic looks beautifulll

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