Snacks, called tiffin in the South, occupy a very special place in our cooking. Crunchy, soft, spicy, sweet and hot, they are steamed, shallow fried or deep fried. Serve them as teatime treats or along with a meal. More often than not they are a complete meal in themselves. We have a wide variety of snacks, ranging from small eats to heavy snacks which can easily be substitued for a meal. In India, any time is snack/tiffin time.
Cashew Nut Pakoda
Onion Thool Pakoda
Kunukku is traditionally prepared by soaking dhals and rice and
grinding with chillies and salt. This batter is deep fried like bonda.
But for a quick version, we can make it with left over idli batter also.
Homemade Potato Chips
Chola Dal Dhoklas
Channa Dal Dhokla
Methi Pudina Khakra
Wheat Moong Khichdi
This dish is made up sago, potatoes & groundnuts. A high carb. dish
this is a very delicious and nutritious reciepe.
Gujrati Khaman Dhokla
Moong Dal Dhokla
Home made spicy potato chips of garlic flavour….
1/2 tbs Red chilli powder
salt according to taste
5 garlic pods crushed
Baby Corn Manchurian is a very popular Indo-Chinese starter/appetizer dish. Available in dry and gravy format, the dry version is the most preferred dish in restaurants. Ingredients: Baby Corn – …
Raw Banana Chips
Khandvi is a Gujarati snack served during tea time.
Dhokla is a fast food from the Indian state of Gujarat.