Whenever I want a super-quick accompaniment to chai, (and who doesn’t?), this is one of my favorite things to make.
These crisps taste great on their own just as they are. But they are also excellent chips to go with any kind of dip. An accompaniment to the accompaniment, so to speak!
I tried them with some fresh, home-made pesto. Yum.
This version is ultra quick for me because I usually have fresh chapati dough readily at hand in the fridge (since I knead one or two days worth every time), but even if you don’t, you can always try the shortcut version of kneading a small portion.
Or better yet, if making from scratch anyway, try Method 2 (similar to this).
15. Cool, and serve. Or store in an airtight jar for upto a few days.
So, in effect, all I’ve really done is cut up a parantha and baked the pieces instead of griddle frying it as a whole. 😀
And it works beautifully.
Try it with other herbs or spices for variety.
Great as a quick nibble or toddler snack. (Healthy, wholegrain, preservative-free, home-made!)
Or, as a chip with a dip. Try any chutney, salsa or yoghurt dip to keep it healthy. Here with home-made pesto, – equally great.
Other optional, but highly recommended acccompaniments, chai and nice sunset view.