Crispy, fried and spicy Bread Pakoras are a favorite breakfast, tea time snack and a popular street food of India. They are really easy to make for sudden gatherings. Bread Pakoras are sure compliment your hot cup of tea during the rainy monsoon evenings.
Chana Dal Ki Pakori or Chana Dal Ka Pakora are a great, crispy and spicy snacks that go well with a hot cup of tea in the evening. It's a very popular snack during the rainy season. People love to eat them with any chutney or tomato ketchup, for evening tea-time snack when it is raining heavily outside.
Vada Pav is an all time favorite snack famous across the country especially Maharashtra. Be it tea-time or sudden hunger pangs, the vada pav make up a palatable snack.
Bread Kachori is a tasty and crispy snackthat is enjoyed by people of all ages. You can prepare these as tea-time snack or during family gathering or house parties, they are very easy to make and have a lip-smacking taste.
Eating raw sprouts may seem boring, but how about preparing tasty and crispy moong sprouts chilla. Moong Sprout Chilla is a protein rich dish, that can be made easily for breakfast or snacks.
Special Sattu Ki Khasta Kachoris to celebrate special festivals or any celebrations among family and friends. They are so tasty that 1-2 Sattu Ki Khasta Kachori aren't just enough to satisfy your taste buds.
A quick fix to hunger pangs or a yummilicious evening snack or a tasty lunchbox, the Aloo Tikki Sandwich fits in well everywhere. Crispy shallow fried Aloo Tikkis sandwiched between tangy, cheesy and buttery breads give these Aloo Tikki Sandwiches a mouth-watering taste.
Crispy on the outside, but soft, spongy and creamy inside with a spicy twist of hari chuntey, makes Paneer Pakoda a perfect companion of evening tea. They are really easy to make and are a quick snack when you have some guests coming over for tea.
Samosa or sambusa, or samboksa or singhada is a famous, all time favorite, tempting and savory snack dish eaten through-out the nation. Serve it with chutney or sauce or just alone they rule over all the snacks of all times.
Shallow fried bread pakoras are a guilt-free and healthier version of the bread pakoras available in restaurants or the street thelas. They can be served with spicy and tangy green chutney, or imli and gud ki chutney or just plain tomato sauce.
Cheese Balls are a great lip-smacking snack for kids and a delectable starters for house parties. Crispy on outside, with hot cream cheese at its core makes this dish extremely tempting. The famous tag line "you can't eat just one" does full justice to this dish.