Mathri is a traditional Indian biscuit recipe which is enjoyed mostly as an evening snack with a cup of tea. This recipe is a different and healthier option as it is made by using almond ...
Masala mathri or achari mathri, a spicier and tangier version of regular mathri
Mathri is the ultimate snack to have with chai. But to give it a twist, try this yummy recipe of methi mathri!
Serve this crispy methi mathri with aloo ki sabzi, achaar or chutney, or pair it with a cup of hot tea.
You can swap oil-laden snacks with something healthy that is devoid of excess calories. What if we say that you can now give your favourite chai-time mathris a healthy makeover?
Besides being a quintessential tea-time snack, mathri also makes a great accompaniment with chaat, sabzi and achar.
Potato is perhaps one of the easiest vegetables to work with, and this aloo papdi or mathri recipe is proof.
Selling an assortment of interesting snacking options ranging from murmura to gajak, from ajwain mathris to gur ladoos, these thelas can be found parked every afternoon near offices and metro stations.
If you are a mango fan and can't have enough, we have another quirky way to eat, appreciate, and hoard this amazing fruit: mango chutneys
Here's the recipe of the lip-smacking dates and raisins chutney. Pair it with mathri, poori, and samosa, or use it to make any chaat.
Diwali 2020: Since the festivities are not quite the same this year, making our own Diwali snacks and sweets may just make the celebrations a tad more memorable.