Papdi is  Crisp Savory Crackers used for making Indian Chaats. Chaat dishes are always special in the roadside shops. The taste of the chaat dishes we get in the roadside shops is much more delicious than the restaurants. But nowadays we all are concerned about hygiene in the roadside shops. So some of us are trying hard not to buy from the roadside shops. We can make all different types of chaat dishes in home itself with little effort. We can make Papdi (Papri) in home easily. Once we make papdi, concocting chaat dishes is so simple. Lets see how to make papdi at home.


Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe
Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time30 mins
Cooking Time30 mins
Yield25 Papdis

Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe
Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe

Ingredients:
Semolina / Sooji / Rawa1/2 Cups**
Maida1/2 Cup
SaltTo taste
OilFor Fyring

* 1 cup = 250ml
Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe
Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe

Method:

  1. Take maida, rawa and salt in a mixing bowl and mix well. Add water little by little and knead it to a soft pliable dough. Cover the dough with a damp cloth, and keep it aside for half an hour.

  2. After half an hour, again knead the dough for couple of minutes. Make 2 equal size balls out of the dough. Using a rolling pin, first knead one ball of dough to a thin chapati. Using a bottle lid or cookie cutter, cut the dough into many circles. 

  3. Remove the extra dough and take only the small papdis. Using a fork, prick the each papdi on both the sides. This is to prevent the papdi to puff up in the oil

  4. Repeat the above step for  the rest of the dough. Heat oil in a pan. When the oil is hot enough, add 4-5 papdis gently in the oil 

  5. Fry the papdis in medium flame till they are crisp and becomes slightly golden color. Remove the papdis and place it in a bowl with a tissue paper to drain excess oil.

  6. Now the crispy papdis are ready to make Chaat dishes. We can store the papdis in an air-tight container andwe can use it for a week
  7. Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe
    Homemade Papdi Recipe | How to make Papdi for Chaats | Papri Recipe | Indian Cracker Recipe

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  1. Want to know gol gappas at home pls send the recipe

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  2. This sounds and looks so good. Thanks for sharing this recipe.


    simon

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  3. Mami can maida be substituted with any other flour? Thank u

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    1. Maida can be substituted with wheat flour but the taste would be little less compared to maida.

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