Maida chips is always been my favorite 😻 snack when I was a kid 👧. Whenever we crave for snacks or something to crunch on. Mom use to make the maida dough and roll it in a plate and we sister 👩🏽🤝👩🏾 Make the cutting with pizza cutter rolling knife and we enjoy this snack for any binge watching .
We store them in a bucket and eat them as snack everyday. Which save money 💴 in large amount for evening time crunches.
Being spicy lover I like it being too hot 🥵 while on the other side my sister she likes to eat something that isn’t too hot 🥵. Which I shared it in my website.
I made this after years for my kid on KRISHNA JAYANTHI . He just loved it and he can’t wait for the pooka to get over and started to eat when i was taking it from the pan.
Preparation time : 10 mins Cooking time: 5 mins Total time : 15 mins
Author : Mrs Sudha Ramesh
- Maida – 1 cup
- Butter 🧈 – 2 tbsp
- Salt 🧂 – 1/2 tsp
- Water – 1/4 cup
For frying :
- Oil. – for deep frying
- Salt 🧂 – 1/ 2 tbsp
- Chili powder – 1 tbsp
Step 1 :
Firstly add in maida ,salt and butter 🧈 mix them well . Now add the water and make it a soft dough. And apply some butter on the top of it. Roll them to thin layer like chapathi and cut them diagonally
Step 2 :
Remove each pieces and place them in a dry towel or in a plate separately to remove some wet . Now in a small pan, pour some oil once hot drop the pieces and fry them until golden brown and keep it aside in a tissue paper.
Step 3 :
Now , immediately taking out from oil sprinkle salt and chili powder and shake them well to get mixed . Store them in a airtight container.
- You can use even wheat instead of maida as a dough.
- Adding butter gives more crispy biscuits
- Drying them before frying is more important because it would be sticky when You deep fry it.
- Roll them as thin as possible makes it more crispy. If it’s too thick it makes the biscuit soggy.