About Vegetable Frankfurter Recipe: A vegetable sausage like snack, perfect for tea-time during the monsoons! Vegetable Frankfurter is made from mashed potato along with other chopped veggies mixed with spices and rolled in cheese ...
About Baby Corn Pakodas Recipe: Baby corns coated in a masala paste then dipped in a gram flour batter and deep fried till golden. A perfect snack to tuck in on a rainy day.
Baby corn wrapped in a flour, ginger-garlic and egg batter, fried golden. An easy yet impressive snack.
Chillies filled with gram flour mixture, fried crisp. Munch on these with a hot cup of tea.
About Tofu Pakoda Recipe: Tofu pieces dipped in gram flour, curd and masalas, fried perfect.
Actor, director Konkona Sensharma's favourite monsoon snack is also known as the 'fruit of the Gods'. It's incredibly healthy and tasty!
Talk about monsoon and a sudden urge to gorge on delectable fried snacks springs up almost instantly. A cup of hot tea paired with simple snacks while looking at the downpour is peaceful and comforting.
Andhra Pradesh is known for its traditionally spicy local cuisines. The inevitable use of a variety of indigenous spices and homemade spice mix makes it unique.Here are eight exciting Andhra snacks to pair with a ...
Craving a crunchy snack in the monsoon season? Here's a unique yet mouth-watering recipe of Samosa that will tantalise your taste buds like nothing else!
Indians have been savouring this snack since time immemorial and it has now become an essential snack during festive get-togethers and parties.
Let your taste buds enjoy the monsoon too with these seven delicious snacks. They are a must during this rainy season.
We agree, it's tough to resist the spellbinding aromas of deep-fried delights, but our list of light snacks under 100 calories will not disappoint you.
Come monsoon and our taste buds yearn for a cup of masala chai and deep-fried snacks. But why go the unhealthy way? Try our 10 delicious healthy monsoon snacks.
This corn snack is packed with the goodness of corns and makes for a hearty tea-time treat
Here are several South Indian snacks that can give the popular samosa a run for its money.