Chawal Chakli: While we really do not need any excuse to binge on the crispy treat, but finding them on our Holi spread would definitely take the festive vibe a notch higher.
Ajwain Chakli is a must-try recipe for those who love munching on all things crunchy, crumbly and melt-in-the-mouth!
Diwali 2019: Coiled and crispy, chakli is hard to resist and same is the case with spicy bhujia or sev that one just can't stop munching.
Looking for a non-fried tea time snack? Try this baked ragi ki chikli.
Chakli is a popular snack that is often paired with tea. Make this yummy snack on Diwali no time and impress your guests.
There are a couple of key things to keep in mind while cooking what we call kavuni arisi in Tamil Nadu or chak hao in Manipur.
Aloo ke chapli kebab recipe is a vegetarian take on Peshawari chapli kebab made with ground mutton or chicken. Read below to know the full recipe.
It's a bit hard to pinpoint the origins of chakli. It is a snack beloved of Maharashtrians, but most Gujarati farsan shops stock it, as well.
Murukku is one of the most popular tea-time snacks that is prepared in Indian households. It is not only easy to make but too delicious to resist!
Diwali 2020: One may argue that the festival is slightly more bent towards sweets, but Maharashtra's celebrations tell a different story.