Mathri is a favorite Chai-Time Snack and is often enjoyed with boiled potato, pickle, or dry cooked vegetables. Mathri has its roots in Rajasthan but has branched out to U.P, Punjab, and has various variations like Amritsari Mathri, Matha, Meeti Mathri, etc. Matha a bigger version of Mathri is made during the festival of Karva Chauth and some have holes in them to see the moon while performing the pooja.
A smaller version is Papri which is majorly used in chaat preparations and is famous street food. Methi Mathri is another such variation with the flavor of Ajwain, Methi, and Black peppercorns. They are comparatively smaller and thicker. Methi Mathri is a twist of Fenugreek to the regular mathri, which is one of the most relished North Indian snacks.
By the brand Ajanta which started as a confectionery shop and now has multiple outlets in the city. The brand is loved for its creative approach to snacking and the wide plethora of snacks and sweets it caters to.
All Purpose Flour, Carom Seeds, Dried Fenugreek Leaves, Black Peppercorn, Ghee
Keep in air-tight container to maintain crispiness