Monsoon Recipes

'Monsoon' - 42 Recipe Result(s)

  • Vegetable Pakoda

    About Vegetable Pakoda Recipe: The most loved monsoon snack across the country, pakodas are quick as well as easy to cook. This pakoda recipe has hot and crispy besan laden pakodas, filled with fresh veggies ...

  • Polluted Margarita

    About Polluted Margarita Recipe: A refreshing, tangy, monsoon special cocktail with a blend of tequila, triple sec syrup and lime juice along with tamarind juice. Being a monsoon special vegetable, tamarind is the main ingredient ...

  • Blackberry Bite

    About Blackberry Bite Recipe: A refreshing, monsoon special cocktail with a blend of tequila, litchi juice and lemon chunks along with blackberry. Being a monsoon special fruit, blackberry is the main ingredient here which has ...

  • Monsoon Hunt

    About Monsoon Hunt Recipe: A refreshing, monsoon special cocktail with a blend of gin, cranberry juice and lime juice along with celery. Being a monsoon special herb, celery is the main ingredient here which has ...

  • Rosemary Plum Mousse, Spiced Cumin cloud

    About Rosemary Plum Mousse, Spiced Cumin Cloud Recipe: Ripen plums blended with rosemary, sugar, glucose and salt along with a bit of honey. Charged with whipped cream, this dish of rosemary plum mousse is served ...

  • Kokum and Watermelon Gazpacho

    About Kokum and Watermelon Gazpacho Recipe: A refreshing and delicious blend of Kokum and Watermelon for a chilled, savoury soup during the monsoon season!

  • Vegetable Frankfurter

    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 ...

  • Thai Charcoal Roasted Corn

    About Thai Charcoal Roasted Corn Recipe: A healthy, nutritious snack with a spicy and tangy bit of flavour, Thai Charcoal Roasted Corn recipe is a different version of the famous Indian 'Bhutta' that we ...

  • Pyaaz Pakoda | Onion Pakoda

    About Pyaaz Pakoda Recipe | Pakoda Recipe: A quintessential Indian snack that is made with flour, salt, light spices and the main ingredient being onion or any other vegetable as an alternative. Pyaaz pakoda is ...

  • Onion Rings with Coconut Chutney

    Onion rings dipped in a spicy batter and deep fried to a beautiful golden brown. This makes for an amazing, scrummy evening snack, especially when it is pouring outside!

  • Chicken Pakora

    Marinated chicken pieces, dipped in a spicy batter and deep fried to an appealing gold perfection. Dunk them in ketchup, yogurt dip or mint chutney to savour the meaty crispiness.

  • Masala Onion Patti Samosa

    About Masala Onion Patti Samosa Recipe: The classic samosa recipe with a masala onion filling. Serve it with home-made chutneys and its a clear winner.

  • Sweet Corn Chaat with Peanuts

    A tangy and crisp chaat. Corn kernels and chana dal first fried crisp and then tossed with masalas and peanuts.

  • Baby Corn Bezule

    A speedy monsoon delight. Baby corn marinated in varied spices and fried crisp.

  • Baked Kachori

    Baked Kachori Recipe : Enjoy street food, the guilt free way. The otherwise deep fried goodies have taken a healthy turn.

  • Baby Corn Pakodas

    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.

  • Paneer Pakodas

    About Paneer Pakoda Recipe: Perfect snack with a hot cup of tea on a rainy day. Paneer pieces coated in a besan batter and deep fried till golden.

  • Golden Fried Baby Corn

    Baby corn wrapped in a flour, ginger-garlic and egg batter, fried golden. An easy yet impressive snack.

  • Fresh Corn Bhel

    A chunky chaat with corn, potatoes, sev and onions mingled in a tangy chutney.

  • Mixed Vegetable Pakodas

    Sliced vegetables batter fried, sprinkled with chaat masala and served with chutneys. This deep fried snack is a perfect option for a rainy evening with a hot cup of tea.

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