How to make khakhra quickly and healthily?

Khakhra is a traditional Gujarati snack that is made by roasting thin flatbreads on a griddle until they are crisp and golden.

Khakhra can be made with different flours and spices to suit one’s taste and preference. Here is a basic recipe for making khakhra at home:

In a large bowl, mix whole wheat flour, salt, oil, and water to make a soft dough. Knead the dough well for about 15 minutes until it is smooth and elastic.

Divide the dough into small balls and roll them out into very thin circles using a rolling pin. You can dust some flour on the rolling surface to prevent sticking.

Heat a griddle or a tawa over low to medium heat and place a rolled circle on it. Cook for a few seconds and then flip it over.

Apply some oil or ghee on the surface and press it lightly with a spatula or a khakhra press.

Keep flipping and pressing until the khakhra is crisp and has brown spots on both sides, Transfer the khakhra to a plate and let it cool completely.

Repeat with the remaining dough balls.Store the khakhras in an airtight container and enjoy them as a snack with tea, coffee, or any dip of your choice.

You can also add some spices like red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder, ajwain, or kasuri methi to the dough to make masala khakhras.