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 ...
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 ...
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 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.
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!
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.
The all-time favorite Gujarati snack made with rice flour, suji and mild spices. Light and lovely!
Dough parcels filled with fresh veggies, dhania powder, amchoor and baked crisp.
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.
A crisp side for your meals - papads made with rice. Rice papads are usually prepared and served during the festival of Holi.
You already know how damaging fried snacks can be to your weight loss goals, and cholesterol. However, that doesn't mean you make your evening tea time a grumpy affair, here are 5 healthy tea ...
What's a cup of piping hot tea without some yummy savoury snacks! The joy of chomping down some scrumptious pakoras and samosas with hot adrak wali chai is above all.
Bring in a fresh breath of air into your precious tea time, by trying out this unique snack- chhole tikki! Chhole tikki is a patty made with chickpeas, which makes for an interesting treat.
Made from soaked chana dal (split chickpeas), boiled mashed potatoes and some crumbled bread pieces, this patty is a delicious tea-time snack.
We are used to pairing our evening cup of chai or coffee with delights like samosas, bhujias etc. But what if we say that you can now experiment with an extremely common kitchen ingredient and ...
Batata vada is the essence of the much-loved desi street food- vada pav. YouTube chef Vaishali Polke shows us how to make this famous tea-time snack!
Murukku is one of the most popular tea-time snacks that is prepared in Indian households. It is not only easy to make but too delicious to resist!
Khurma is a sugar-coated, cube-shaped flour snack that is loved by many foodies. It is among those snacks that every hosteler from the 70s would remember and cherish.
Here's another enticing chaat you can relish in between your meals to heed to your untimely hunger pangs - aloo tokri.
There are many vegetarian small bites you can prepare with heart-filling (even though limited) stock of fasting foods.