There's no better way to enjoy a work break than with a piping hot cup of tea. If we think of tea-time snacks, 'something fried' is what usually comes to our mind. Pakoda, samosa, bhajia and aloo tikki - we keep alternating between these snacks and frankly, no matter how delicious they are, it can get really mundane to eat the same snacks again and again; only our tea should be constant. So, to bring in a fresh breath of air into our precious tea time, we bring you a list of instant South Indian recipes - makhana dosa, murmure idli and more. Besides being delicious, these snacks are also very healthy. So, what are you waiting for? Let's get started with the list.
Here're 5 Instant South Indian Snacks You Must Try:
1. Instant Bread Dosa - Our Recommendation
Let's begin the list with the recipe which is the easiest of all. We bring to you an instant dosa recipe that can be made with none other than the staple - bread! Yes, you can make instant dosa in just 5 mins with bread. Find the recipe here.
2. Bread Medu Vada
As the name suggests, these vadas are made with bread and some other very basic ingredients that complete the dish. And trust us, the bread medu vada has a similar taste to the regular vadas, so you would hardly notice any difference in the taste. Find the recipe here.
3. Makhana Dosa
No South Indian list is ever complete without the mentioning of the humble dosa. Here we bring you a dosa recipe that doesn't require fermentation and that saves a lot of time. To prepare this, all you need is a handful of basic ingredients like makhana (of course), curd, salt, and more. Click here to know more about the recipe.
4. Murmura Idli
To add another quick and easy South Indian recipe to your list- here we bring you a delicious murmura idli! If you try this murmura idli recipe, don't forget to pair it with sambar and chutney! Find the recipe here.
5. Poha Appam
Lastly, we have found an easy way to make appam. With basic ingredients easily available at home, you can whip up the delicious appam in just 10 minutes. Click here.
Try out these recipes as your next tea-time snacks and let us know how you liked them in the comments section below.