Methi Mathri / how to make mathri in steps
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Methi  Mathri is an Indian snack usually made in many households. It is crispy, tasty and ideal to serve with tea or during mid-day.

It’s ideal to store these snacks at home, children crave quite often and they make good snacks with masala chai. It is ideal to carry during travelling.

I have many snack recipes on my blog, from crispy avalakki (poha chiwda) to nippattu and kodbole. these are essential during festivals.

methi mathri

methi mathri

Let’s get to the recipe of Methi Mathri:

Ingredients:                Measuremnt used: 1 cup = 250ml

  • 2 cups wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup semolina
  • 3/4 cup fenugreek leaves
  • 2 tablespoon ghee
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon pepper powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon ajwain
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 cup water
  • oil for frying

Method:

  1. Cut and wash the fenugreek leaves, put them in a colander.
  2. Mix wheat flour and semolina in a bowl. Add cumin, pepper powder, salt and ajwain to it. Add ghee and rub it well.
  3. Add fenugreek leaves, mix well.
  4. Add water to it, knead to a stiff dough.
  5. Keep it aside for five minutes.
  6. Heat oil in a pan.
  7. Take a ball of the dough, roll into a thin ircle. Cut into discs using a cookie cutter or any circular shaped object. Pork them with a fork.
  8. Put the discs in oil. Deep fry them on slow to medium flame, once they are golden in colour, remove on a plate with a tissue paper/ absorbent paper on it.
  9. Repeat for the rest of the dough.

Take a tip:

  1. You can take small ball of the dough, roll into a thin puri and then prick with a fork. Repeat for all the balls.
  2. You can reduce the amount of fenugreek leaves to 1/2 cup
methi mathri

methi mathri in steps

Methi Mathri

Methi Mathri is a crispy snack from North India. 

Course dry snack, festive treats, kids favourite, travelling food
Cuisine north indian
Keyword mathri, methi mathri
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 50 pieces

Ingredients

  • 2 cup wheat flour / atta
  • 1/4 cup semolina
  • 3/4 cup fenugreek leaves
  • 2 tablespoon ghee
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon pepper powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon ajwain
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 cup water
  • oil for frying

Instructions

  1. 2 cups wheat flour

    1/4 cup semolina

    3/4 cup fenugreek leaves

    2 tablespoon ghee

    1 teaspoon cumin

    1 teaspoon pepper powder

    1/2 teaspoon ajwain

    salt to taste

    1/4 cup water

    oil for frying

    Add water to it, knead to a stiff dough.

    Keep it aside for five minutes.

    Heat oil in a pan.

    Take a ball of the dough, roll into a thin ircle. Cut into discs using a cookie cutter or any circular shaped object. Pork them with a fork.

    Put the discs in oil. Deep fry them on medium flame, remove on aplate with a tissue paper on it.

    Repeat for the rest of the dough.

  2. Cut and wash the fenugreek leaves, put them in a colander.

  3.  Mix wheat flour and semolina in a bowl. Add cumin, pepper powder, salt and ajwain to it. Add ghee and rub it well. fenugreek leaves, mix well.

  4. Add water to it, knead to a stiff dough.
  5. Keep it aside for five minutes.

    Heat oil in a pan.

  6. Take a ball of the dough, roll into a thin ircle. Cut into discs using a cookie cutter or any circular shaped object. Pork them with a fork.
  7. Put the discs in oil. Deep fry them on medium flame, remove on aplate with a tissue paper on it.

  8. Repeat for the rest of the dough.

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Methi Mathri

Methi Mathri

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22 Comments
  1. Sandhya

    Looks so crunchy and yummy Jayashree!

    Reply
  2. vaishalisabnani

    Mathri is a perfect travel food , and adding spices to it makes it all the more delicious . A good mathri with some pickle is something that I love and now these are tempting me to make some !

    Reply
  3. Srivalli Jetti

    This is surely a sinful snack to enjoy!..very nice use of methi..

    Reply
  4. shobhakeshwani

    I love the methi flavour in anything. These mathris are a healthier version as you have used whole wheat flour.

    Reply
  5. mayurisjikoni

    Yummmm methi flavored mathri.. love it. Was thinking what snack to make as staying at home, hubby needs more snacks around. Think will make this mathri.

    Reply
  6. Renu Agrawal Dongre

    I too love to add methi to matri. It adds such a unique taste and texture. Love your version. Perfect with tea.

    Reply
    • blessmyf🍎🍏dbypayal

      Every time it’s not feasible to make anything with a cup of tea and in that situation, such recipes come to rescue. Methi mathri is so flavourful and delicious

      Reply
  7. Narmadha

    I love methi flavor and this is one of my favorite snacks. Perfect to enjoy during evening snacks.

    Reply
  8. Mireille Roc (@ChefMireille)

    these look like great crunchy crackers to snack on at any time. must be so delicious with the spices added

    Reply
  9. themadscientistskitchen

    I absolutely love methi matri they are the best snack. Beautifully made matri will love them as a base for chats.

    Reply
  10. Preethicuisine

    These whole wheat methi matris looks so crisp and crunchy. Perfect snack with a hot cup
    Of Masala chai.

    Reply
  11. Priya Srinivasan

    Such a irresistible snack these mathri’s are!! Love the aroma of methi in the fried snack!!! a perfect combo with cup of garam chai!!!

    Reply
  12. Pavani

    Such a crispy and crunchy tea time. Love the addition of fresh methi leaves in there. Thanks for the recipe, I am going to try it soon.

    Reply
  13. Seema Doraiswamy Sriram

    I love that crispiness in the methi matri. Actually with weather cooling doen I may like to hae a big batch and chai.

    Reply
  14. Lata lala

    Easy to make and all time favourite methi mathri is an ideal companion for tea time. Love these making any time.

    Reply
  15. FoodTrails

    Crispy and crunchy one of the best snacks for all age groups. Looks so inviting!!

    Reply
  16. Vandana

    Your methi mathri look so perfect-just like store brought mathris. Though I love methi mathri, never tried making at home. Will definitely try your recipe. Thanks for sharing.

    Reply
  17. Anshu

    One of my most favorite snacks to enjoy with a cup of hot tea. Looks perfectly made with such a crunchy texture …

    Reply
  18. Uma Srinivas

    My favorite snack! I like the flavor and crispness of the mathri. May be soon i will make some of these 🙂

    Reply
  19. Sapna

    Methi mathri is all time favorite tea time snack. They look so crispy and tasty.

    Reply
  20. Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

    My mum loves all the deep fried snacks with fenugreek, and methi mathri is her favourite. So tasty and crspy snack perfect with any hot beverage.

    Reply
  21. Sasmita Sahoo Samanta

    Love these crispy snacks from North India Jaya ! Perfect to enjoy with a cup of hot tea sure. Looks perfectly made that too with a crunchy texture.

    Reply

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