Monsoon is finally here and with it has come a swirl of emotions. From the beautiful mornings to the soothing cup of tea in the evening, it is a time where you can give rest to your soul and mind. Clouds coming floating in the sky, the rhythm of rainfall, lush green outdoors and freshness all around, all these things together make this season a bliss for all of us. Besides these things, one thing heart demands the most is some mouth-watering snacks along with 'garma garam chai'. There's no better way to enjoy the cool breeze other than this combination.
If you love having snacks as much as we do, here we have something that may 'wow' you. Well, yes! It's time for us to reveal the surprise. Here we bring you a list of 5 crispy south Indian snacks that can be perfect to eat on a rainy day. Mutton vadai, chicken 65 and more, all these snacks are south Indian classics which are sure to be loved by all. Let's get started.
Monsoon Special: Here're 5 Crispy South Indian Snacks You Must Try
Mutton Vadai: (Our Recommendation)
You all must have tried the quintessential Medu Vada, this Vada recipe is equally a treat. For all the mutton lovers, this recipe is a must try! Crispy from outside and melt-in-mouth from inside, this vadai recipe makes for a super tempting evening meal. Pair it up with a cup of filter coffee and you are in for a south Indian treat. Click here for the recipe of mutton vadai.
Now this is the kind of recipe that can set your mouth on fire, make your heartbeat faster and kick the usual bread-coated fried chicken to the curb. This spicy, crispy and indulging snack originated in south India, gradually became a popular dish across the globe. Mint chutney is a perfect companion for this delicacy. Click here for the complete recipe of chicken 65.
Andhra-Style Chicken Fry
Another chicken fry recipe that will make you go crazy! This chicken recipe can be a great option for evening snacks to have with a steaming cup of filter coffee or tea. You can even serve this to your guests to make a long-lasting impression. Find the recipe of Andhra-Style chicken recipe, here.
South Indian Murukku
Just like mathri is very popular in North India, similarly murukku is one of the most popular tea-time snacks that is prepared in South Indian households. It is not only easy to make but too delicious to resist! Here we bring you three easy yet healthy recipes of murukku that you can easily prepare at home. Click here for the recipes of murukku.
One of the most popular tea-time snacks of Kerala, masala or parippu vada can be called a crunchier version of the classic medu vada. In this recipe, vadas are made with tur dal to give vadas the required crunch. The popular combination of tea and parippu vada is loved across age groups. Click here for the recipe of Parippu Vada.
Try these recipes and let us know how they turned out in the comment section below.
Happy Monsoon You All!