Location : West Bengal. Preference : Veg. Taste : Salty.
Ingredients : Flour, Salt, Nigella Seed, Water, Soyabean Oil.
Recipe at a Glance : Mix salt and nigella seed with flour ⇒ make a tight dough with water ⇒ knead well ⇒ press and flatten the dough using roller pin ⇒ cut into rhombus shape (keep each one separately, preventing to stick to each other) ⇒ deep fry in low flame ⇒ it’s ready to serve, let’s taste. ▶️ Video Help
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