Indian Snacks

'Indian Snacks' - 17 Recipe Result(s)

  • Kachori Upside Down

    The most favourite tea-time snack of India, Kachoris are basically deep fried breads. It has a lot of varieties in the Indian cuisine, but Kachoris with filling of boiled chickpeas along with spices are one ...

  • Easy Dahi Bhalla

    The most loved street snack of India, particularly North India. Dahi Bhalla can also be served as a chilled snack or a starter during festive season like Diwali or even Navratri. Deep fried Urad Dal ...

  • Dal Ki Kachori

    Flaky and tasty kachoris made with spiced moong lentil stuffing, is what makes for Dal kachoris. Kachoris are basically deep fried breads, there are many varieties of kachoris in the Indian cuisine but moong dal ...

  • Bread Pakora

    The undisputed king of snacks, is an easy to make home recipe. Crispy from outside and soft from inside, Bread pakora has a spicy and tangy taste that is sure to give a mouth-watering experience. ...

  • Dahi Kebabs

    Dahi kebabs, also known as dahi ke kebab are quite a common vegetarian kebabs eaten in north India. These are made of hung curd, paneer, flour and basic spice powders. These are mostly found in ...

  • Homemade Paani Puri

    Gol gappas in North India, Fulki in Madhya Pradesh while Gupcchi in Odisha. The most famous street snack of India, loved by all age groups is known by different names in different regions and even ...

  • Cashewnut and Cauliflower Pakoda

    A simple easy recipe with a balance of both vitamins and taste! Cashew and cauliflower can do magic together is what this recipe is all about, a little fatty with the cashews but calorie watchers ...

  • Kabab-E-Khaas

    Get any party started with these special chicken kebabs teamed with refreshing mint chutney

  • Banana Chips

    These banana chips fried in coconut oil are perfect to snack on while watching the rains. They are best stored in an air tight container and can last for days.

  • Chicken 65 Kerala Style

    Kerala style Chicken 65 from Zambar: This is the sort of dish that can set your mouth on fire, make your heart beat faster and kick the usual bread-coated fried chicken to the curb.

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