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Vegetable Sooji Sandwich
Have you been looking for a flavorful and easy to prepare snack recipe? This video might just come handy. Watch the chef share her personal recipe to prepare this innovative snack. This recipe is sure to fetch you a lot of appreciation. - 133.083
Indian Besan Paare
Want an Indian version of crackers? Or if you are someone who love Indian food or just love snacking or simply restricted to crackers, then here is a recipe to bowl you over. Chef Manjula is making spicy besan paare, a crackers like snack which can be stored... - 127.44
Indian Aaloo Tikki
Want to treat your friends to a delicious Indian snack? Try this lip smacking Indian Aaloo Tikki recipe. This dish is easy to prepare and scores very high on taste. Watch this video to learn how you can prepare it at home. - 122.446
Crispy Potato Sandwich
If you have always needed something to go along with your tea, then, you'll love this Delicious & Crispy Potato Sandwich. Potato spread is topped on wholesome wheat bread and then shallow fried to form a crispy delight. Careful not to eat everything in one... - 121.074
1. In a mixing bowl, add besan, rice flour, turmeric powder, salt and baking soda. Mix them well to combine.
2. Pour water slowly and knead into a soft dough.
3. Wrap it in a cling wrap and set aside for 10 minutes.
4. In a deep frying... - 118.037
Aloo Ke Pakore
This aloo ke pakore is one Indian snack which has become international favorite. Watch this video to make these mouth-watering pakore which are popular worldwide and a bite of this crispy snack will take your taste buds to a whole new world of snacking. While... - 117.919
Indian Sev Puri
Indian Sev Puri is one of the most famous street food from Mumbai. Watch this video to learn the details of this delightful snack. You can create your own blend of sauces depending on your palate and make it more spicy or less spicy and enjoy! - 116.912
Samosa, Sambusa or Sambuus whatever you call it, is found all over the world. There are more known in Indian but the truth is that there are favorite in Africa too, Countries like Kenya, Samalia, Tanzania and so on love these snacks. Here a simple recipe... - 114.845
Crispy Onion Bhaji
What can be a better way to enjoy a rainy afternoon with some crispy onion fritters and a cup of fuming tea or coffee. If you have never experienced this, then you are missing something. But before that you must learn the tricks by watching the video. - 114.443
Jeera Shankarpali is nothing but Namak Pare which is made with user of little bit cumin seeds (Jeera) which is truly a crispy snacks that can go well with tea. - 113.506
Instant Cheesy Spinach Dosa
A very healthy and colorful recipe for kids. Instant to make no need to soak rice, grind and keep on fermentation, gets ready in less that 10 mts without much mess :-) - 110.621
Indian Poha Chivda
Take 2 tsp oil in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute.
Add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, green chillies and microwave for 2 minutes.
Add turmeric powder, hing, cashew nuts, peanuts, mix well and microwave for 1 minute.
Add daliya and... - 108.894
Indian Paneer Pakoda
Crispy, Crunchy, tasty snack goes well on cold, rainy, cloudy days. A cup of ginger tea with garama garam Paneer Pakoda will make your day :-) If you are a paneer lover I am sure you are going to like this :-) - 106.066
Farsi Puri Or Poori (crispy Puri)
If you're thinking of some snack ideas, then do try this snack. This is an Indian snack and you can serve it with tea or it just like that. The farsi puri is an appropriate snack for munching time . Check out the video as chef Bhavna explains the recipe in... - 105.519
Paneer And Cauliflower Samosa With Crispy Layer
1. In a bowl add flour, wheat flour, salt to taste, cumin, carom, baking powder and mix well.
2. Add oil and ghee mixture and mix adding water a little at a time knead well to get medium soft dough.
3. Wrap with a plastic wrap and keep aside for... - 105.462
Indian Aloo Pakoda
Nothing like that to have hot Aloo pakoda with hot ginger tea during nice, cold, rainy weather. Tastes just awesome! - 105.253
If you can have eggs for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner, try this egg crispy. Here, egg is coated with a batter and deep fried. It can be served with tomato ketchup or any spicy sauce. Best served as a snack, egg crispy can also work as a side dish. - 101.561
For recipe directions, please refer to the video - 86.3527
This is a little time consuming but if time is no constraint then try it. It is easy to make and tasty too. - 51.2429
1)Make a coarse paste of first three ingredients and then add the powders and, with splashes.
2)In a wok, heat oil to smoking point.
3)In a pan, heat ghee and fry cumin. Add paste and cook for 10 minutes on low heat.
4)Remove from heat... - 50.854
Paneer Chilli Pakoda
1) Shred the panner.
2) Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan saute the onions.
3) Add shreded paneer .
4) Add turmeric powder and amchur powder and salt to taste.
5) Remove from fire and corriander mix well.
6) Slit the chillies and deseed them .
7) Stuff chillies with... - 49.9392
This okra roast is a very tasty snack. Simple with okra in onion and cashew crispy bites are a definite try. Enjoy!!! - 49.9145
Karanjis are fried sweet dumplings made of wheat flour and stuffed with dry or moist coconut delicacies. During Diwali this dish made throughout India but is called by different names. Karanji, also known as Gujiya and Pirikiya, is a dish that is famous all... - 49.8216
This is Pizza with a homely touch and yes Indian touch. It is very easy to prepare and you do not need any special effort to make it. It is affordable and you can eat it everyday. One can eat this dish in the morning breakfast or as a snacks. - 49.3667
The vegetable samosa is a popular Indian snack that you would love to have at tea time. Enjoy making it at home and treating your family and friends to something special for tea today. - 47.535
Radish Spicy Balls
Raddish balls is spicy, crunchy balls made in south india. Very similar to chicken or mutton balls, this is made with Raddish. A real substitute for vegetarian spice loving people.. Enjoy crunching!! - 47.5197
Sweet Onion Rings
Sweet Onion Rings are a crispy, puffy, sweet, quick snack to relish on a bore day with family. Enjoy! - 47.5029
Diwali Ki Karanji
Karanji, popularly known as gujiya is an all-time favorite sweet in India. At this time of diwali, every home has its own version of this very popular sweet. - 46.6598
1)In a bowl, make a batter of besan and water.
2)In a saucepan, heat oil and add the batter into it.
3)Constantly stirring cook on medium heat.
4)Add the remaining ingredients and cook until it forms a dough.
5)Turn off heat. Take a platter and... - 46.3675
Tikhat Sev (spicy Gathia)
Thikat Sev is the simplest and easiest dish to make among all the other snacks made during Diwali. This dish is quickest to disappear as, during Diwali one is tired of eating sweets. - 45.8837
A Puff Pastry with Vegetable filling which can be had as a snack with a good cup of tea. - 45.5513
Hot Kachori is north indian delicious dish made from flour moong dal garam masala. Specially great for holiday marriage party and festival. - 44.9919
Bharati Machli Tikka
1)In a bowl, mix together fish and next seven ingredients well.
2)Divide the mixture into 12 portions.
3)Grease your palm and shape the mixture into triangles.
4)Apply a coat of beaten egg on each triangle and then coat with breadcrumbs.
5)In a... - 44.6962
Crispy Gujia/indian Festival Snack
* Mix maida, semolina, 3 tablespoon of oil/ghee and little bit of water to knead into a soft dough. Cover it and keep it aside for 15-20mins
* Now heat pan in a low flame and add dry fruits, khoya, sugar and mix them well until... - 44.6448
Tri-color Fried Balls
It is a very colorful dish that truly signify the spirit of "Indian Independence Day" with its three colors (orange, green and white) reminiscent to Indian Flag. - 44.5999
Crisp, crunchy sev and puri with tangy and spicy sauces create a delectable evening snack. - 43.5484
* Boil the potatoes and cut in to small dice
* Arrange the puri in plates, and mix the potatoes with all chutnies and chilli powder,green chilli,chopped cilantro.
* Put the potatoes mixture on top of puri and drizzle the rest chutnies and cilantro
* Sprinkle... - 43.5057
Chana Dal Vada
Soak the chana dal for one hour
Grind Channa Dal coarsely without adding water.
Now transfer to a bowl and add chopped onions, green chillies or redchillie pd, ginger garlic paste, curry leaves ,coriander leaves,dill leaves, salt,rice flour .
Mix all the... - 43.1556
1)Soak dal and rice overnight and then grind them together into a batter of frothy pour consistency.
2)Add the baking powder and salt and mix thoroughly. Leave t it for some 30 minutes.
3)Take a griddle and heat on a medium heat.... - 42.7856
1) Take a pan and heat ghee to smoking point.
1)In a bowl, add the first 4 ingredients and then add 1/2 cup ghee and water as needed to make stiff pastry.
2)Divide it into 2 portions, making a ball of each. Flatten it and roll each one... - 42.4869
Shankarpali is very famous Maharashtrian dish, prepared during Diwali.
It is also called as shakkar pare in Gujarat. It is not only a Diwali snack, but can be made and enjoyed any time of the year. - 42.3068
This Spicy Fried Pastry is eaten as a tea time snack. This snack is a traditional Maharashtrian snack. - 41.9022
Kai Suthu Murukku
Murukku is typically made from a mixture of urad and rice flour, salt, and flavourings such as chilli, asafoetida, ajawain, or cumin.
As Diwali is coming nearer everybody is busy planning what are the sweets and savouries that could be made.
Here is another... - 41.6822
1)In a pan, heat oil to smoking point.
2)In a bowl, add gramflour, baking powder and water to make smooth batter.
3)Add salt and chilies and mix nicely. Leave it for 10 minutes.
4)Dip onion rings into the batter and deep them until deep... - 41.4392
My friends love this Assorted Pakora Recipe. Assorted Pakora is a delicious Indian snack. It is also a very popular marriage party snack in India. During Ramadan, the month of fasting, Assorted Pakoras are often eaten by Muslims during Iftar. It is a good... - 41.3477
: Are you looking for simple way to make Fish Cutlet? This recipe is perfect for you. My friends love this fish cutlet recipe. Fish Cutlet is a delicious non-vegetarian snack. It is also a very popular marriage party snack in India. It is a good option for... - 40.9724
My family loves this Dhania Bhaji Recipe. Dhania Bhaji is a very popular Indian snack. It is mostely used in the breakfast or evening snack.Dhania Bhaji goes well with tea, but it can also be eaten with coffee. It is a good option for holiday cooking. You... - 40.7861
Add salt and 1/2 tsp turmeric powder and vinegar to mackerels. Add about 1 cup water and boil the mackerels for about 10 mins.
Clean the mackerels well and mash. Finely chop the onions, tomato and green chillies.
Heat oil in a pan and fry the... - 39.704
This is a recipe made with cassava which is high in carbohydrate and it has low saturated fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium. High in Vitamin C and Manganese. It tastes great with tomato sauce. - 39.0852
Mix all the ingredients together. Keep it aside for 5 minutes. (Add about 2-3 tbsp water if the mix doesn't bind together).
Heat oil in a pan and fry the pakodas. You can add about 10 pakodas in one batch.
Serve hot. - 38.8808
Take off and put bananas in plenty of iced water.
Slice bananas with a chip slicer into water, mix in in turmeric.
Keep for 10 minutes, remove out water fully.
Spread out on a kitchen cloth to take off moisture.
Heat up oil in a wok till smoky.
Fry... - 38.3333
(For the Filling)
Heat oil and fry all the ingredients over low heat till it is cooked. Remove heat and let it cool.
(For the pastry)
Rub ghee into sieved flour and salt. Add enough water to make soft, pliable dough. Knead thoroughly till dough comes... - 38.1617
Bean Sprouts Cutlet
1. Wash and chop the bean sprouts finely and add some water, turmeric salt and cook it well.
2. In the mean time cook the potato ,carrot (steam or microwave) mash it and keep ready.
3. Heat little oil in pan add the chopped onion, ginger garlic paste, green... - 37.9604
Cut cabbage, onions, green chillies and add salt, besan, garlic ginger paste, rice flour, zeera powder, dhanniyaa powder, chillipowder
Mix them well with water and deep fry as pakodas and eat hot hot.
*Consistency - thicker & tighter than idli batter... - 37.7266
My friends love this Dal Pakora Recipe. This is a festive Dal Pakora recipe made on Diwali. Dal Pakora is a delicious Indian snack. During Ramadan, the month of fasting, Dal Pakoras are often eaten by Muslims during Iftar. It can be eaten during breakfast.... - 37.4739
1) Take a saucepan and fill water in it. Bring it to boil.
2)Add the sago and salt and cook them on low heat stirring constantly.
3)When the mixture thickens and sago is cooked, turn off heat.
4)Take a greased plastic sheet and drop 1 tablespoon of the... - 36.8437
Chop the cashew nuts, peanuts and almonds with nut chopper or knife. They should be of medium size, not to small and not too big.
In a bowl add the mashed potatoes, salt, chillis, ginger, garam masala, the nuts, cilantro, and bread slice. Mix them all... - 36.8215
Toasted Sandwiches With Vegetable Samosa Filling
Heat extra virgin olive oil in a frying pan, add the onion and garlic mix in the spices and fry until soft. Add the vegetables, seasoning and stir well until coated. Add the stock, cover and simmer for 30 minutes until cooked. Visit... - 36.1604
The vegetable samosa is a popular Indian snack and is one of my favorite tea time treats. It is pastry filled with an assortment of vegetables of your choice. Here is an easy guide to making the samosa in your very kitchen. - 36.0151
1. Cut onion into thin 1/2" length wisepieces. Add salt to it. Keep aside for 5 - 10 minutes
2. Add besan, cornflour , finely chopped green chillies, chopped coriander leaves and 2 tsp oil to the chopped onion.
3. Mix nicely. (No need to add water as the... - 35.2617
Keep heavy bottomed pan on gas.
Add sugar and pour the water .
Dissolve the sugar and bring it to strings make it sugar syrup.
Add the grated coconut and cardamom powder, mix well.
Keep mixing till the coconut sticks on side.
Spread ghee on a tray grease it... - 34.2388
In a heavy pan, fry black gram till light brown and let it cool. Grind it into a fine powder.
To this add the rice flour and remaining ingredients and mix well.
Stir in enough water to make a soft dough. With the help of chakkali press make chakkalis.
Deep... - 32.1794
Pick raw plantains that are more not thin and are neither ripe nor very raw.
Do not use the vegeatable banana that is found in Indian stores.
Use the plantain thats called "Nendra balekai" in south indian language.
You can also find these in normal stores... - 30.616
Mix ingredients 1 to 6 in water to batter consistency dip vegies n deep fry in oil until it turns to light brown(dark golden)in colour
Note:onion and cabbage pakoda
same batter as above cut cabbage and onion seperately n mix it seperately.and... - 30.4302
This aloo bhujjia recipe is one of my favorite tea time snacks. I love to add this crispy Indian snack with its yummy flavors to my chaat or any other dish. An anytime comfort food. - 29.5493
Kharbuze Ki Kachri
1)Slice the melons, remove the seeds and flesh and leave the skin with a layer of flesh.
2)Cut the skin into small pieces and dry them in sun completely.
3)Then, store them into airtight container.
4)Deep fry the fries and serve hot with... - 28.9146
Aloo Tikka - Potato Patties With A Twist
The famous Aaloo Tikki is a great snack. However, I have added sweet potatoes to it to give it a different flavor. Also I steam the potatoes in order to keep all the nutrients. Try this very simple way of making this snack that you will love. - 20.8867
Sev is a popular Indian snack. It is liked with uncountable number of combinations.. - 0
Sweet Sweet Shakkar Para
Shakkar pare is among the most favorite sweet snacks in India. It is something can be made in advance and stored for a long time. They can be made in different ways like some people make the para and then put it in sugar syrup, while some make sweet paras.... - 0
Sprouts With A Spicy Twist
With all the things available at home this is the easiest snack you can have, which can satisfy your craving for something spicy, along with a crisp. - 0
Crispy Bread Rolls
Bread roll is a perfect evening tea time snack, made by stuffing each bread slice with potato mash and then deep frying in hot oil. This mouth watering snack is quite popular in the Indian cuisine, and serves as a perfect party treat! - 0
Munch on this crispy snack on a cold or rainy day with ginger tea or coffee. Easy to make and you can even store them for a week. - 0
Crispy Fish Fingers
This is such a tasty snack that satisfies the fish craving yet not the usual curry or fry. It is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It goes well with tomato ketchup or hot and spicy sauce. - 0
Spicy Paneer Pakoda
Pakoda is a delicious snack prepared in most Indian homes. Check out this recipe to know its preparation. - 0
Crispy Paneer Ke Pakore
Paneer ke pakore is a popular Indian tea time snack made by dipping paneer cubes into gram flour based batter and then deep frying them in oil. The dish is commonly available with many street vendors selling pakoras, and can be easily made at home too. - 0
Anda Pakoda (egg Fritters)
These fritters are a change from the usual vegetable fritters that we taste very often. It not only satiates the craving for egg but also a good variation. They are crispy and can be served for parties as well. - 0
This is a snack which is usually prepared in Tamil Nadu on the occasion of Karthikai Deepam. It is a light snack which you can munch on, whenever you feel like it! - 0
Homemade Mathi- A Popular Indian Snack
Mathi is a perfect everyday and party Indian snack enjoyed with a cup of tea during snack time. Making mathis at home is a little time consuming task. The recipe for the same follows hereunder. - 0
Coconut And Potato Cutlet
1. Mash the potatoes in a large bowl.
2. Add the bread slices to a bowl of water and squeeze out the excess water. Add these bread slices along with red chili power, coriander and salt into the potato mash and mix well to make a dough. Roll into small... - 0
Crispy Onion Pakoda
1.In a bowl add all the above ingredients except oil and mix it well. Sprinkle water to get a soft, thick consistency.
2.Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan or kadai.
3.Drop small quantities of the batter in the oil and deep fry it until... - 0
Crispy Rice Rings
These rings are made of rice flour. Its a crispy and yummy munch, perfect to be served as a tea time snack. - 0
Crispy Rice Papdi
Its a chat papdi made of rice flour. You can serve these crispy and crunchy papdis along with tea or even use in chaat preparations. - 0
Snack Time!! Namak Para
Namak Pare is a very simple yet tasty snack. It is dry and crispy. This can be made in bulk and stored in air tight containers for many days. Namak pare can also be used in salads and as garnishes. - 0
Crispy Palak Pakoda
Palak Pakoda is a delicious crispy pakoda made during monsoons. Check out this recipe to know its preparation. - 0
These vadas are a vegetarian delight. A perfect snack on a rainy or cold day. A little bit tricky, but you are definitely going to enjoy this with your family and friends. - 0
Yam fry is similar to other root vegetable fry and can be eaten just like potato fries because of its crispiness. However, it is also eaten with rotis. If eaten as a snack, it tastes good with tomato ketchup. Check out the recipe for its preparation. - 0
This is India’s most loved snack, which is spicy, crispy and delicious. You can pack these for lunch or any outing. - 0
Potato Stuffed Samosa
India’s popular snack which you can find in every restaurant or on a roadside stall. A comfort food at its best, crisp exterior with a spicy potato stuffing. - 0
Crispy Corn Pakoras
Corn pakoras are an ideal tea-time snack. Corn is a rich source of essential minerals such as potassium, magnesium and iron and is also a rich source of proteins. Corn has no cholesterol at all and considered ideal for people who suffer with high cholesterol... - 0
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