Nimki is a popular Indian snack, particularly enjoyed in the regions of West Bengal and Bihar. It’s a crispy, deep-fried pastry that is typically diamond or square-shaped. To make nimki, a dough is prepared from flour, salt, and a hint of spices. The dough is rolled out into thin sheets, cut into desired shapes, and then deep-fried until it turns golden and becomes wonderfully crunchy. Nimki is often enjoyed with tea or as a snack on its own, offering a delightful combination of crispy texture and subtle flavors.