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Namak Para  Recipe

Namak Para

By Steph Gigliotti

Delicately seasoned with ajwain and cumin seeds, Namak para, also known as namkeen or namkin is a popular crunchy Indian savory snack often binged with tea or relished as go-to salty snack bites. Though Indian sweets tend to eclipse its world of crispy savories, some popular Indian snacks make an absolute star of your salty binge just when you’d eschew your sweet tooth for authentic Indian savory delights.

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  • 15 min

    To Prepare

  • 15 min

    for Cooking


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  • Food Type

    Evening Snack

  • Additional Note

    30 minutes or less

  • Holiday Special

    Diwali, Holi

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Ingredients for Namak Para

  • 1 Cup 24 Mantra Organic Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 Tablespoons Black pepper whole
  • 0 Tablespoons MTR Hing Asafoetida Powder
  • 1 Tablespoons Tata Salt
  • 1 Tablespoons 24 Mantra Organic Ghee
  • 1 Cup 24 Mantra Organic Mustard Oil
  • Why You Will Love Namak Para

    Made of wheat flour, ajwain, salt, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds (methi), oil, and water, Namak para can be easily prepared in less time with a few simple ingredients. The Indian staple snack is widely cherished for its light and crispy salt bites. With a longer shelf life, the snack can be made and stored for a quick binge when your salty cravings take over. A perfect desi snack to binge upon, making Namak pare at home is no big task. Prepare the dough and strip it into diamond shapes and fry them in ghee/oil. The diamond-shaped salty bites are ready to be savored, serving a promising taste of authentic Indian snack.

    Preparation Method for Namak Para Recipe

    Step 1:

    Sieve the whole wheat flour in a large tray. Add some salt, pepper, asafoetida powder, and ajwain seeds.

    Step 2:

    Add some water and knead the dough. The dough must be thick and soft to be easily sliced into shapes. Add one tablespoon of ghee for an accentuated taste and knead well.

    Step 3:

    Once the dough is ready, make small balls and roll them into mediums sized flat chapatis. Cut the chapatis into diamond shapes or Namak para and keep them aside.

    Step 4:

    On a medium flame, add ghee or oil to a frying pan and let the ghee/oil get considerably hot and ready for frying. Slide down the diamond-cut namak para into the pan and frying until golden brown. That’s it. Serve as a snack with tea and enjoy fresh & w


    A good source of carbs, protein, & fiber that keeps you charged for the day and aids digestion. Here are some nutritional values based on one serving (approx 50gms) of the delicious snack. 

    Carbohydrates: 12gms 
    Fiber: 3gms 
    Protein: 5.1 gms 
    Fat: 10 gms

    Note: The nutritional values are approximate and not accurate. Based on your diet and serving size, the values are subject to change. 

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    Note & Pro Cooking Tips


    The mass favorite Indian salty snack takes no time to get on your plate. Simple to cook and tastier to eat, Namak para can be made with a few authentic ingredients.

    Pro Tips

    • Add some ghee in the flour for an accentuated taste. This makes the dough softer and adds a buttery taste to Namak para. 
    • Namak para best tastes with mint chutney (dip) or dates chutney. Savor the fresh bites with a side chutney for an added taste. 
    • The dough must not be too sticky or crumbly. For the best dough consistency, use a dough maker. 
    • Namak para can be made using either refined flour (maida) or wheat flour (atta). For the diet conscious, wheat flour can be a suitable substitute.