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.
About Murukku (Fried Lentil Snack) Recipe: This popular South Indian snack is not only crispy, delicious and easy but also crackling to look at.
Spicy chicken fried with mustard seeds and lentils.
Best South Indian snacks recipes: Find here list South Indian snacks recipes like punugulu, vermicelli upma, murukku, stuffed idlis & many more with key ingredients and how to make process.
Sundal, a protein-rich South Indian snack, is quick and easy to make, and is super healthy too. Made with a terrific combination of chana and dal.
Banana Bonda Recipe: Bondas are mostly savoury and thus make for a cool tea-time snack; however, banana bonda has a slight tinge of sweetness and yet it goes very well with evening cup of tea.
Kuzhalappam (or rice flour cannoli or rice shell) is a popular snack in south India, especially, Kerala. This crispy and crunchy rice roll can be made in all of 10 minutes.
Mushroom 65 is easy to make like any other fried snack. Mushy mushrooms, when smeared with a spiced batter and deep-fried, turn into a delicious, crunchy tea time snack.
Punugulu is a crispy, bite-sized snack hailing from Andhra Pradesh. It is made from a regular idli or dosa batter and is a popular street food of the state.
Here are several South Indian snacks that can give the popular samosa a run for its money.
Just when I thought I'd sampled every conceivable type of South Indian vada, I discovered a whole new take on this dish in Singapore.
One of the most loved South Indian snacks that can be seen across the various southern states is paniyaram, also known as paddu or ponganalu.
Here are some South Indian chips and crisps we wish to munch on right now, and a few recipes that may help, if you happen to be on the same boat as us: