Ganthia is a popular Gujarati snack made by frying besan strips in piping hot oil. It tastes best when paired up with dried chilli or pickle.
Bread pieces doused in onions, tomatoes, chillies and yogurt with a hint of fresh lemon. This tarka bread snack recipe is quick and easy to make.
For all the fish fanatics - a crunchy fried fish recipe. Serve as a snack or make a light meal with french fries and salad.
Craving for chaat? Try this healthy sprouts and corn chaat recipe. Loaded with proteins, Vitamin K, dietary fiber, Vitamin C, and Folate, this recipe is a storehouse of nutrients.
An Israeli puff pastry stuffed with spring onions, spinach and mushrooms. A lovely snack that can be relished with a thick tomato sauce.
A quick fried snack made with rice flour, chillies, curry leaves and mild spices.
Creamy batter made of rava, besan and potatoes, and deep fried till crisp. It makes for a perfect evening snack, especially during monsoons.
Scrumptious kebabs made with green peas, cashew nuts, chickpea flour and a variety of spices. This can get your party started - a perfect party snack!
Lovely green peppers stuffed with tamarind and coconut stuffing, battered and fried. A popular Andhra snack.
A crisp snack made with prawns, which are marinated in soya sauce, wine and sugar. They are then tossed with a lip-smacking Asian sauce.
Sev is a noodle-like crispy snack made of gram flour or chickpea flour typically seasoned with turmeric and ajwain (carom seeds) before being deep-fried.
This round, spicy and crunchy delight teams perfectly with your evening tea or coffee. It is full of spices and different flavours.
Here are our best regional tea-time snack recipes that you definitely shouldn't miss. You'll find a mix of the popular ones, those with modern twists and some desi delights you may not even have heard ...
If you're looking for the best Indian snack recipes of all time, look no further. Heres a list of our Top 10 - downright divine and ready in no time.
Have you ever tasted chocolicious fries or strawberry fries? Well, you don't have to be a master chef to make them, and give a different zing to the humble snack, says an expert.
Looking for interesting variations to add to your repertoire of snack recipes? We present our 10 best South Indian snacks recipes.
We've listed 10 healthy snacks recipes youll love as well as 5 simple tips to conquer your cravings and snack the smart way.
What is this delightful creation? It is bhakarwadi, darling of Maharashtra and Gujarat, and one of the highest-selling items over at Chitale Bandhu shops; a swelter of stores who soared their brand to fame through ...
Many Gujaratis gorge on their typical 'nasta' (snacks) which include Khandvi, Dhokla, Mathis, Chakri, Fafda and Sev. Khandvi makes for the most popular snack in Gujarat. Read on as we tell you more about this ...
Just when I thought I'd sampled every conceivable type of South Indian vada, I discovered a whole new take on this dish in Singapore.