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Namak pare are traditional deep-fried savory preparations from Marwari /Rajasthani cuisine. Namak is the Hindi word for salt and pare are stripes, so namakpare are stripe shaped savory snacks. Here we are making small/ mini namakpare instead of long stripes. Namakpare are also called as Nimki in some parts of India. To make namakpare, dough is made with flour, salt and carom seeds (ajwain). Some kind of fat (ghee/oil) is also added in the dough to make the namakpare crisp as well as flaky.
Semolina can also be added in the dough. Some other flours such as barley or sorghum can also be added to wheat flour to make this delicacy even healthier. Namakpare can also be made with same dough as Mathri. Namakpare are easy to make and easy to serve and are loved by everyone. You can make namkapare in advance and store it for later use. Namakpare are also a good snack to serve with tea for gatherings or festivals like Holi and Diwali for your guests. Try this mini namkpare recipe and please do share your valuable comments and suggestions. Happy cooking, Shuchi.
Samosas are the evergreen and popular deep fried Indian snack known all over the world. These are triangular shaped patties stuffed with spicy potatoes. They can be served with tamarind and green chutney.
Namakpare are traditional deep fried savory preparation from Marwar / Rajasthan. Use wheat flour to make this delicacy healthier. Namak Pare can also be made with same dough like Mathri. Namak Pare are easy to serve and are loved by everyone.