Round, very thin and crispy in texture, Khakhras are commonly eaten in the morning with breakfast. They are made of wheat flour, oil, and salt. This variety is flavored with methi, also known as dry fenugreek leaves. They have a slightly bitter taste. Khakhara is great as a light snack with tea, coffee, and cold soft drinks.
Ghee is clarified butter. You can make it at home or pick up a jar. The solids are removed from the butter, eliminating LDLs, or "bad" cholesterol. Clarified butter can be used to cook at higher temperatures than non-clarified butter. Also, practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine believe ghee has healing powers.