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5 Classic Indian Snacks To Make This Monsoon Season

Monsoon season calls for having all things delightful. Here we bring you some delicious and classic Indian snacks to try.
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  • 5 Classic Indian Snacks To Make This Monsoon Season

    When the weather turns colder, and the air gets brisk, our desire for delicious foods increases dramatically. One of life's simple joys is enjoying a plateful of hot, crispy nibbles with tea or coffee on rainy mornings and evenings. So, if the weather near you is also pleasant, here we bring you some classic Indian snack recipes to make.
  • 5 Classic Indian Snacks To Make This Monsoon Season

    Click here for recipe Who doesn't enjoy devouring the hot, spicy, flaky kachoris? Here is a recipe for pyaaz kachori that is packed with flavourful spices and chilies. Enjoy the pleasant weather with a cup of chai and this pyaaz kachori!
  • Aloo Tikki

    Click here for recipe We all find it impossible to avoid eating aloo tikki. It is crispy, greasy, and flavourful. The wonderful part is how versatile this treat is to make. You can add more vegetables to it and even add cheese to make it. In all the ways, it is delicious.
  • Kanda Bhaji

    Click here for recipe The next dish we have for you is kanda bhaji, a mouthwatering blend of onions, coriander, spices, and nutty walnuts that is ideal for making in this weather. You only need a small number of readily available components to make this.
  • Aloo Bread Pakoda

    Click here for recipe Bread pieces with a spicy mashed potato mixture that has been deep-fried until golden and crunchy is an absolute delight! Enjoy it while paired with red and green chutney.
  • Vada Pav

    Click here for recipe There is no need to introduce this snack. This street-style hit, which consists of enticing fried vada sandwiched between pav and garnished with hot garlic chutney, has won admirers across the nation.
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