Crunchy crispy wheat thins goes so well with simple yogurt dip and will become your favorite munch!!
What you need:
1/2 cup – All purpose flour
1/2 cup - Wheat flour
2 cloves - Garlic
1 tbsp – Dried Italian herbs
¼ tsp – Red chilli flakes
¼ tsp – White sesame seeds
½ tsp – Finely chopped parsley
½ tsp - Salt
¼ tsp - Pepper
2 tbsp - Butter
1/4 cup water (+ or - as needed)
How to make:
Preheat the oven to 170 Deg.
Sift the flour with salt and pepper to a bowl. In a blender add garlic and red chilli flakes and blend well. Add this to the flour and add all the remaining ingredients.
Now add the butter and mix it until it forms bread crumb texture now add water just enough and mix them well and form soft dough. Roll out the dough as thinly as possible and cut into desired shapes using a pastry cutter and transfer to baking tray.
Bake it in oven for 10 - 12 minutes or until it is lightly browned.
To make the dip:
Take ½ cup hung curd add chopped parsley, red chilli flakes, salt, pepper and mix well. And dig right in!!
Sending this to Sumee's Culinary Bites an event by Vardhini.
and to Healthy Baking event by Recipe Junction
Wow, sounds really nice. Looks appetizing it :)ReplyDelete
Makes for a very tempting & healthy snack..loved the dip too..!!ReplyDelete
How nice and mouth-watering! I loved the dip as well!ReplyDelete
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Wow Kalps. I am loving these healthy thins. Will try soonReplyDelete
Happy New Year Kalpana..ReplyDelete
Healthy and yummy looking wheat thins
Kalpana, lovely n yummy snack....superbReplyDelete
Super crispy snacks... My lil one will love this for sure...ReplyDelete
New yr wishes to u dear!! Loved this flavourful n spicy crackers,perfectly baked it....ReplyDelete
Great snack. Would love to try it sometime..ReplyDelete
Wow... I almost thought they were store bought.!!!! looks so good and healthy bites.. Thnx for linking up.. I invite you to link up to my other event Healthy Appetite..thnxReplyDelete
Beautiful starter too, love to enjoy some.ReplyDelete
very nice and healthy,...ReplyDelete
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Awesome, so perfectly done..ReplyDelete
Wow!!!!looks crispy and crunchy......perfectly made..ReplyDelete
Cute little snack... Looks so yum. Happy new year to ur family.ReplyDelete
No raising agent? I guess they wouldn't be thins, but would like to be sure. Plan to make them. They seem tasty and healthy. Hardly any butter and some whole wheat flour in it too. Super.ReplyDelete
@Radha..Didn't use any raising agent..do try it the crispiness depends on how thin u r rolling it..ReplyDelete