No Maida No Atta Suji Namak Pare – Perfect Tea Time Healthy Snack | Crispy Semolina Salt Crispies

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Suji Ke Namak Pare Recipe | Crispy Semolina Salt Crispies with detailed photo and video recipe. Sooji Namak Pare, also known as Suji Namak Pare is a popular snack in India. It is made from sooji (semolina), flour, ghee, and spices, and is typically fried until crispy. The snack is often served as an appetizer or a tea-time snack and can be enjoyed with a cup of chai or coffee. Namak Pare is also popular during festivals like Diwali and Holi and can be found in most Indian sweet shops and street-side vendors.

Suji Ke Namak Pare Recipe | Crispy Semolina Salt Crispies with step-by-step photo and video recipe. Sooji Namak Pare is a popular snack in North India. They are typically made from plain flour or wheat flour also known as maida or atta, and are seasoned with salt and spices. They are usually deep-fried and have a crispy texture and savory taste. Namak Pare can be served as a snack or as an accompaniment to tea or coffee. They are also often served as a snack at Indian festivals and celebrations.

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