Ghee Residue Masala Crackers Recipe | Ghee Residue Masala Biscuits

Ghee Residue Masala Crackers Recipe | Ghee Residue Masala Biscuits

Ghee Residue Masala Crackers Recipe | Ghee Residue Masala Biscuits recipe with step-by-step pictures and instructions. Ghee Residue Masala crackers are crispy and crunchy crackers made with wheat flour, ghee residue, and spices. It is so flavorful cookies with the addition of green chilli, peanuts, garam masala, and curry leaves. 

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This recipe is adapted from my friend Renuka who runs Poushtik Bakes. She is always so inspiring, helpful, motivating person who is so generous in helping. If you are in Bangalore, don’t miss ordering her healthy baking goodies as well as she conducts classes. Best way to use the leftover ghee residue. We love savory over sweet so decided to try this cracker. Let’s quickly check the recipe

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Curry leaves crackers

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Yields 24 small crackers

Ghee Residue Masala Cracker Recipe | Ghee Residue Masala Biscuits

Ghee Residue Masala crackers are crispy and crunchy crackers made with wheat flour, ghee residue, and spices.

20 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

35 minTotal Time

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5 based on 3 review(s)

Ingredients

  • Ghee residue 1/4 cup or 25 grams
  • Wheat flour 3/4 cup or 70 grams
  • Rice flour 1 tbsp
  • Green chilli 2
  • Curry leaves 10-12
  • Garam masala 1/2 tsp
  • Salt 1/4 tsp
  • Peanuts 1 tbsp
  • Water 3-4 tbsp

Instructions

  1. Take ghee residue, curry leaves, peanuts, green chilli, garam masala in a mixer
  2. Grind to a paste and take in a bowl.
  3. Ada wheat flour, rice flour, and salt to it.
  4. Mix it nicely and it will look like crumbs.
  5. Then add water 1 tbsp at a time to the mixture
  6. Bring together to form the dough.
  7. Cling wrap and refrigerate the dough for 30 minutes.
  8. Then roll the dough thin between the parchment paper.
  9. Cut them into desired shapes.
  10. Gather the rest of the dough and repeat the same.
  11. Preheat the air fryer at 160°C for three minutes
  12. Place the crackers in air fryer basket and bake in same temperature for 10-12 minutes.
  13. Allow it to cool down and store in air tight container.
  14. Enjoy Ghee residue masala crackers with evening Tea/Coffee

Notes

Baking time will vary depending on size of crackers

You can bake in the same temperature in oven.

Adjust the spices according to your preference.

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How to make Ghee Residue Masala Crackers with step by step pictures

Take ghee residue, curry leaves, peanuts, green chilli, garam masala in a mixer. Grind to a coarse paste and take in a bowl.

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Ada wheat flour, rice flour, and salt to it. Mix it nicely and it will look like crumbs.

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Then add water 1 tbsp at a time to the mixture

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Bring together to form the dough.

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Cling wrap and refrigerate the dough for 30 minutes.

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Then roll the dough between the parchment paper.

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Cut them into desired shapes.

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Gather the rest of the dough and repeat the same.

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Preheat the air fryer at 160°C for three minutes. Place the crackers in the air fryer basket and bake at the same temperature for 10-12 minutes.

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Allow it to cool down and store in an airtight container.

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Enjoy Ghee residue masala crackers with evening Tea/Coffee

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6 thoughts on “Ghee Residue Masala Crackers Recipe | Ghee Residue Masala Biscuits”

  • My husband loves to eat the leftover milk solids from ghee by itself. Cookies must be really aromatic and such a nice way to use it all up!
  • Can you believe I have never made ghee..sounds strange, yes, but somehow I am not able to tolerate this aroma...but definitely an interesting way to use the residue.
  • I love eating ghee residue and we use to fight for it when growing up. Am sure these cookies taste wonderful. Bookmarked the recipe and will try next time I make ghee, that is, if I can resist not eating the leftover milk solids :)
  • These spicy biscuits remind me of Iyengar masala biscuits. The addition of ghee residue to the biscuit dough sure sounds interesting and they must make these cookies quite interesting.
  • My mom makes a kind of powder snack with rice, sugar, and ghee residue. Using it and making cookies is a brilliant idea. That to savory version! Perfect with a cup of tea.

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