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Spicy Dahi Vada
If you want to recreate the magical taste of popular Indian snacks - dahi vada, then you must watch this video. You can prepare the lentil dumplings in advance to serve the snacks on the table, real quick. Blending of the spicy yogurt and tempering the dish,... - 130.278
How about making a scrumptious Asian dessert with dry fruit filling? If you want to serve something unique for the upcoming festive season, this recipe is a must try recipe. Chef here kneads the dough and toasts up the semolina and adds remaining filling... - 129.762
Crunchy Fish Pakora
If you want to learn the different variations of fish pakora, then here is the answer. Famous Indian chef Sanjay presents here, by how many different ways you can prepare the crunchy and delicious fish fritters. These are going to be the main attraction of... - 121.577
Sandwich Toast Making Made Easier
If you have some potato bhaji leftover, don’t discard it. Watch this video to learn what to do with it. This delicious crispy toasted sandwich is a popular favorite for breakfast, for kids’ school lunch boxes or for a cold and lazy day snack. Serve it... - 71.0274
This okra roast is a very tasty snack. Simple with okra in onion and cashew crispy bites are a definite try. Enjoy!!! - 49.9145
Wash poha twice and drain.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds.
When they splutter add urad dal and fry till light golden.
Now add the curry leaves and saute for 10 seconds.
Now add the onions and turmeric powder and saute till onions turn to light... - 48.8552
Samosas are one of the most popular Indian Appetizers. This is a quick and easy recipe for baked Samosas. - 45.6717
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
Bhel Puri is undoubtedly a very popular North-Indian snack/appetizer. Also it is an extremely common road-side snack in Mumbai and other such Indian Metropoliton Cities. If you have all the ingredients readily available at home, then its just a matter of... - 43.5225
Aloo Methi Bajji
Aloo Bajji/Potato Fritters are a very popular tea-time Indian Snack. They are easy to make and don't require any prior planning. The potato slices are dipped in a thick spicy batter and then deep-fried. I also add some Kasoori Methi/Dried Fenugreek leaves to... - 42.7901
This Spicy Fried Pastry is eaten as a tea time snack. This snack is a traditional Maharashtrian snack. - 41.9022
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
Veggie Bread Pakora
Blend in the blender: Onion, tomato, peas, green chilies, ginger, coriander leaves. Add water if required and make a fine paste.
Take gram flour in a bowl. Add blended paste, salt, garam masala, turmeric powder, coriander powder and water. Mix well. Make a... - 39.2755
This is a very simple and tasty tea time snack. - 39.0553
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
Chakli -- of maharashtrian origin is a common snack in most of the Indian festivals. - 38.3289
1.Mix six tablespoons of oil with maida. Using fingers, mix well so that the mixture takes the form of breadcrumbs and binds to a certain extent.
2. Now add some water and knead lightly. Keep adding water as required and knead into a soft dough. Set aside and... - 38.1355
An innovative mutton pakora recipe for your special party. Make delicious deep fried mutton dumpling as snack for your friends gathering. Have a blast with food that sets the right mood for the evening. - 37.9032
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
Boil peas till they are two-third done.
Grind it coarsely, add onion, ginger garlic paste.
Heat 1/2 tbsp of oil, saute peas with onion, ginger & garlic paste for a minute.
Cool & then add cornflour, salt & garam masala.
Make kababs with this batter & fry... - 36.5609
Fill water in a deep vessel & soak murmura/puffed rice in it. The puffed rice due to its light weight will float to the surface, keep pushing it to the bottom with your palms. After 5 minutes, take the puffed rice into your palms, squeeze the excess water &... - 36.2714
This Nankhatai Recipe is especially suitable for kids. My grand mother used to make this Nankhatai whenever I visited her. This reminds me of sweet memories of childhood. Nankhatai is a very popular Indian cookie .It is really easy to cook and tastes... - 35.6193
Black Bean Pizza
Tomatoes and cheese give this bean pizza traditional pizza flavor. - 35.1967
Boil Potatoes and mash them while still hot. Add turmeric powder, dhaniya powder, garam masala powder, juice of lime, salt and chilly powder. Mix well. Keep this mixture aside.
Heat 3 tbs oil in a skillet. Add cumin seeds. Add the potato mixture and then... - 34.2106
Fish & Lime
Fish fillet fried in French style. Very tasty. YUMMY - 33.877
Gujia is a traditional sweet dish that is made in all North Indian household during festivals, it is an absolute must in Holi but is also prepared in other festivals. Its crispy on outside with a sweet and soft filling inside. - 0
Baked Cottage Cheese Delights
What does one feel like when it pouring heavily outside? A hot cup of ginger tea and some hot fritters to go with it. So this recipe is a healthy take on the usually high calorie, deep fried "paneer pakoda" or cottage cheese fritters. - 0
Crispy Delicacy Karjikayi
This is a crispy sweet that can be stored for few days. It has a filling of coconut, raisins and nuts and sugar. This sweet can be made at any time, but festivals are the times it is made the most to be served to guests, friends and family. - 0
Mint And Masoor Tikki (low Calorie Snack) By Tarla Dalal
An interesting way of combining an unusual leafy vegetable like mint and a pulse like masoor. As I have used only 1 teaspoon of oil to cook these tikkis, they are really amazing being moreover relatively light in terms of calories as compared to the deep... - 0
Baked Chaklis (low Calorie) By Tarla Dalal
This simple and delicious recipe is a real treat for weight watchers. Chakli, the popular Indian snack, is usually deep-fried and contains loads of calories. Here's how to make them with 1 tsp of oil to near perfection by baking them in an oven. Munch them at... - 0
Batata Vada (non Fried Snack) By Tarla Dalal
Batata vada, this popular street-food from Western India has gained a place in the hearts of Indians all over the country. Potatoes ensure that these vadas are filling, while the ginger, green chillies, coriander and lemon juice pep up the flavor, making your... - 0
A must have dish for any occasion! - 0
Onion Bhaji (holi Snacks) - How To Make Onion Pakoras
Looking for a quick and easy Indian snack for your Holi Get together :) well, try these tasty Onion Bhajji's (bhajiya or Onion Pakoras.)
I think they are better than even Onion rings just because they are so flavorful and tasty. - 0
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