Chakli is a delicious and popular snack, originated from the Indian subcontinent. It's traditionally eaten during Indian festivals like Diwali and is loved by people of all ages. The snack is made from rice flour, gram flour, and spices. Its unique shape and crispy texture make it an irresistible treat. It's usually enjoyed with a cup of hot tea or coffee, especially during the monsoon and winter.
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In a large bowl, combine rice flour, gram flour, sesame seeds, cumin seeds, turmeric powder, asafoetida, and salt.
Add the hot oil to the dry ingredients and mix well.
Using warm water, knead the mixture into a soft dough.
Use a Chakli maker to shape the dough into Chaklis.
Deep fry the Chaklis on medium heat until they turn golden and crispy.
Let them cool down before storing them in an airtight container.