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5 Onion Snacks That Are Perfect To Make Any Day

Looking for a quick and delicious snack? These onion snacks will surely leave you drooling!
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  • 5 Onion Snacks That Are Perfect To Make Any Day

    Foodies have an irresistible habit of snacking at all times. We always seek something to eat in the fridge, whether working from the office or at home. And because of this habit, we have tons of recipes that we enjoy having. However, we think that nothing beats the crunchiness of onions in all such recipes. You can fry it, mix it with cheese, bake it, and what not! It will always taste delicious. So, this time if you are looking to make a snack, try any of these yummy onion recipes:
  • Pyaazi Kebab

    Click here for recipe Pyazi kebab may sound like a combination of potatoes, soy chunks, spices, and other ingredients. However, you will be surprised to learn that this meal is made entirely of onions and light spices.
  • Onion Rings

    Click here for recipe Onion rings are a staple of most fast-food restaurants. They're frequently served with burgers and veg and non-veg platters. For its simplicity and taste, this crunchy appetiser has acquired a lot of fans all over the world.
  • Onion Grilled Cheese Sandwich

    Click here for recipe With this onion-grilled cheese sandwich dish, the classic snack grilled cheese gets an extra crunch. Stacks of Swiss cheese, caramelised onions, and butter are piled up in this delightful meal.
  • Onion Cheese Bhajiya

    Click here for recipe To achieve that delectable-looking cheese pull, simply mix a conventional bhajiya batter with these ingredients and add cheese in the middle. Once you've made it, you'll want to make it again and again!
  • Pyaaz Pakode

    Click here for recipe These crispy delicacies are a must-have during tea time. Pyaaz Pakoda is a favourite snack in Indian households and is also widely available as street food. When unexpected visitors arrive, this dish will be perfect for making and serving.
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