Methi Khakhra is a popular Indian snack that originated in the Gujarat region. It is a crispy, thin, and round flatbread made from whole wheat flour and flavored with fenugreek leaves, which gives it a unique and slightly bitter taste. Methi Khakhra is an excellent tea-time snack and is often enjoyed as a mid-day snack or breakfast option.
The preparation of Methi Khakhra involves rolling out the dough into thin circles, which are then cooked on a tawa or flat pan until crispy and golden brown. The khakhra is usually seasoned with a blend of spices like turmeric, red chili powder, cumin, and coriander powder. Oil is brushed on the khakhra while cooking to give it a crisp texture.