A friend posted this recipe today on my FB page (I think from Allrecipes). Just had to make them. I took a picture of them and wanted to it put on someone's recipe for it and lo.......no recipe....so here it is!!! ENJOY!!! Happy Thanksgiving too!!!
This is a thin Indian crispy cracker or flat bread. It is typically served as an appetizer to an Indian meal. It can also be eaten as a snack and can be topped with chopped onions, peppers, chutney's or other condiments.
This is a recipe my mom made as far back as I can remember. I have since taken over the family get-togethers over the past 25+ years, and this is a "must" at everyone of them (because my 91 yr old mom still says so). Personally, I will say this dip "must" be served with "Bugles" corn chips made by General Mills (that's all I've ever known and liked with this). I know some people may not be able to find them, so choose your favorite. I hope you like this super simple recipe. (Cook time reflects refrigeration time). Enjoy.
From The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, "Who ever thought mild-mannered tofu could have such…attitude? Many have tried to crack the code on our savoury peppery snack, and now they’ll become a favourite in your kitchen."
From the California Pizza Kitchen Cookbook. This is a very interesting, non-traditional pizza. I made it very spicy by using more jalapeno than called for. Next time, I may briefly saute the zucchini before putting it on the pizza. The chutney is optional, but it is a nice addition.
These are addictive little snacks. Crunchy and flavorful BUT actually good for you too! The spicier you get these the better imho! Plus, spicy foods are supposed to increase your metabolism! A reviewer said these made their mouth dry- Guess they might also increase my water intake! :) Make sure to get them good and dry before baking and they will cook more quickly.
A coworker brought these in one day, calling them a "sweet version of 'Nuts and Bolts'". I've never had "Nuts & Bolts", but they were really yummy. She gave us the recipe, so I'm putting it here so I don't lose it.
Servings are an estimation.