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.
Dal Makhani is a traditional slow cooked, rich curry with black gram and red kidney beans. This medium hot dish has black gram and tomatoes blended into a thick richly spiced butter sauce, slowly cooked to produce a perfect melting taste. Ideally served as a main dish with jeera rice, naan bread or chapatti. Or serve as a side dish accompaniment to an Indian meal.