Healthy Homemade Khakhara Recipe – Indian Weight Loss Blog

Healthy Homemade Khakharas Recipe You can make different combinations in the same way like methi khakharas, garlic kkhakharas, masala khakharas, etc.

Healthy Homemade Khakhara Recipe

Hello everyone!

There is so much awareness about health and fitness these days. People have become health conscious, especially girls who are very demanding and want to stay slim and well-groomed. But one thing I want to be clear about is that a healthy body is not a guarantee. Your energy level tells you how fit you are. It would be helpful if you had the energy to stay active throughout the day and take on the day's challenges that comes from eating healthy homemade foods.

Cooking is my hobby and I enjoy preparing healthy food for my family and friends and I love sharing the recipes. I'm going to share with you some healthy recipes that are very easy to make at home. I'm particularly worried about working ladies who don't have time to cook and rely on chefs in the mornings. I'm going to share some easy to make healthy recipes that working women can make and enjoy with the family over the weekend.

I share a unique healthy recipe. My first healthy recipe is Multigrain Gujarati Khakhras.

Healthy Homemade Khakhara Recipe" width="561" height="478You can make different combinations like methi khakharas, garlic khakharas, masala khakharas and many more.

This amount of ingredients can add up to 10-11 khakhras


  • Multigrain Flour (1 part each Wheat Flour, Soy Flour, Barley Flour, Jowar Flour, Ragi Flour) – 1-1/2 cup
  • Spinach leaves-100 g
  • Carum seeds (ajwain)-1/2 tsp
  • Haldi-1/2 tsp (optional)
  • Oil 3tsp
  • Salt to taste


Mix salt, caramel seeds in flour. Wash and finely chop the spinach. Add 2 tablespoons of oil and knead into a soft dough. Cover with the damp kitchen towel and let stand for 15 minutes.

Now take the small portion of dough and roll it into a very thin disk (like chapatti) as thin as paper. Heat tawa, it should not be very hot. Place the chapatti on the tawa and cook over low heat. Mash the chapatti with either a potato masher or kitchen towel. Keep turning the chapatti and brushing some oil on both sides and fry them on both sides until lightly brown and crispy like papad. Refrigerate and store in an airtight container.

You can eat khakhras as is, or with dip, pickle, jam, chutney, or peanut butter. It is very healthy and good to take with you when you travel. Carry them to the office and eat them for lunch.

PS You can make different combinations in the same way like methi khakharas, garlic khakharas, masala khakharas etc. You can use just wheat flour or a combination of any flour, depending on your convenience, taste, and availability.

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