Nimki refers to Nepalese deep-fried spicy flour crackers. Nimki is made with all-purpose flour, grounded cumin and salt. To make Nimki, Cumin is roasted and when done, mix it with the flour and salt to make a dough. The finished dough is cut in triangular shape and then deep-fried. Nimki can be served as appetizer or snack.

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