I made this and used plain flour and cumin and carom seeds as well.
Hi Kim, I am thinking (assuming) that 350F for about 5-10 min or so should work. I haven't baked them myself hence cant be too sure. It all comes down to how thin you roll these out. If very thin, I think 350F for just few minutes should do...if medium thick - I wonder if they would beautifully puff up like they do in case of frying yet maintain the crispiness - that's the one thing I have to check...I will def keep you posted about my experiments :) Thank you for sweet comment :) --- DK
Oh yes they do - I din't use soda at all. They are just like mini pooris - DK
That depends on how you thin you roll them out. Thinner they are, more crunchy they will turn out to be. Ghee is not really essential - u can skip it for oil or not use oil/ghee at all. Just water along with salt to knead the dough should do too. But in India usually when we make something as an offering adding ghee is important :) And yes you should try it :) You wont regret it, I assure u :) (well as an afterthought u might, since u will be unable to stop eating it ;) )
Yes, its easy enough but there is salt though :)
By ilavenil on Sep 21, 2012