Tea Time Snacks

'Tea Time Snacks' - 27 Recipe Result(s)

  • Kachori Upside Down

    About Kachori Upside Down Recipe: 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Bajra Tartlets With Fruit Custard

    About Bajra Tartlets With Fruit Custard Recipe: These pretty little tartlets come with the goodness of bajra. You can fill them up with any creamy delight of your choice, such as cream cheese. Top them ...

  • Palak Patta Chaat

    Palak Patta Chaat is a healthy appetizer and is a great snack for evening tea. Spinach leaves are coated with besan batter, deep fried, and then drizzled with curd, chutneys, and masalas.

  • Green Peas Kebab

    Scrumptious kebabs made with green peas, cashew nuts, chickpea flour and a variety of spices. This can get your party started - a perfect party snack!

  • Bhakarwadi

    A traditional Maharashtrian snack made of soft dough rolled out and filled with the goodness of aromatic seeds and flavourful spices, fried crisp and golden.

  • Rice Dhokla

    The all-time favorite Gujarati snack made with rice flour, suji and mild spices. Light and lovely!

  • Vegetable Patties

    Dough parcels filled with fresh veggies, dhania powder, amchoor and baked crisp.

  • Aloo Bonda

    A popular tea time snack! Potatoes mashed with salt, chillies, coriander leaves, lemon juice and deep fried. Served with a tangy green chutney. This is the version for Vrat.

  • Rice Papads

    A crisp side for your meals - papads made with rice. Rice papads are usually prepared and served during the festival of Holi.

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