Chakli, a spiral shaped crisp deep fried snack, is one of the traditional Indian snack item enjoyed during festivals like Diwali. This snack is known with different names in different parts of India and prepared with different base ingredients. It is known as Chakri in Gujarat, Chakli in Maharashtra and Northern India and prepared with Wheat flour. In Southern states of India it is prepared with rice flour and known as Murukku. This recipe explains how to make Chakli from whole wheat flour with step by step photos. To make crisp yet melt in mouth Chakli, whole wheat flour is first steam cooked and then mixed with sesame seeds, green-chilli-ginger paste, spices and curd into dough. Raw chaklis are made from its dough by using a Chakli Maker and then they are deep fried in hot oil until light brown.