Take maida in and mix salt, pepper, and kalonji in it.
Gradually add little water at a time and knead a hard dough.
Cover and keep the dough aside for 15 minutes to set.
Mix ghee and 1 tbsp of maida, sata is ready.
Knead the dough once again and make a ball. Roll the ball thin, into a disc with 10-12 inch diameter.
Place the sata on rolled disc and spread it evenly.
Now roll the prepared roti.
Cut ½ – ¾ cm balls from the dough. Prepare all balls in a similar manner.
Take one ball, place it on a rolling plate, and with help of rolling pin roll it in a circle with a 3-inch diameter.
Fold the rolled puri in a half-moon shape. Now again fold it giving it a shape of a cone.
With the help of fork make 4-5 pricks on both sides, fold and prick all the nimkis.
Similarly, prepare all Nimkis .
Take oil in a pan. When oil gets medium hot, place nimkis in the pan as many as possible at a time and fry on low-medium flame until they get golden brown in color (it takes 10-15 minutes for frying a single lot of nimki ).
Remove the fried nimkis on a plate with absorbent paper.
Similarly, fry all nimkis.
Store in an airtight container when cooled completely.