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link to Kaju Biscuits | Cashew Shaped Crackers

Kaju Biscuits | Cashew Shaped Crackers

These Kaju Biscuits are crunchy, bite sized and perfect savory snack for teatime. It has no eggs and needs only three key ingredients. Kaju means cashew but these kaju biscuits have no cashew, it just cashew shaped crackers. On festive season, we go bonkers making an array of sweet treats and to balance it out, we need some savory munch on the side. It's a great snack for Masala Chai too! So, this Diwali, try these Kaju Biscuits! It would make for a great addition to your Diwali gift basket. Watch the video to understand better on how to shape…

Nimki/Namak Pare (Crunchy Savory Crackers) – Shaped Three Simple Ways! | Playful Cookinglink to Namak Para – Shaped Three Simple Ways!

Namak Para – Shaped Three Simple Ways!

A hot cup of tea, a bowlful of these munchies and I can easily go in my happy zone. As the weather starts to get a little chilly, my craving for deep fried food starts growing. These crackers are also quite favorite during the festive season. In between all the sweet indulgence, it’s nice to crunch these savory bites. There are different ways that one could shape these crackers and so, here I have Namak Para (Crunchy Savory Crackers) shaped in three simple ways!

Nuts and Seeds Crackers | Playful Cookinglink to Nuts and Seeds Crackers

Nuts and Seeds Crackers

At first, I want to thank you all so much for showering your wishes and showing your love in my last post. It means a lot! Now, if you are looking for a last-minute Christmas gift, this savory nuts and seeds crackers could be a good choice. It’s so easy to bake. Even if you are not much of a baker, you can easily pull it through. It’s crispy and so dunk-able in a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate. You can go creative with the ingredients. Add your choice of nuts, may be some dried fruits or perhaps,…

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Whole Wheat Carom Seed Crackers

Enjoying evening tea with some savory snacks is a very common habit in our family. Back at home, every evening Ma would always make some short bites or Dad would buy something to munch from the near by shops. When I got married and joined Arvind's family, I was happy to see the same ritual being followed over there :) And now, we like to  follow the tradition. We like our evening to start with a hot cup of ginger tea and something to nibble along with that.