Soups & Snacks

Breakfast, Soups & Snacks

Mangode

Mangode or moong dal vadas are typically north Indian tea time snack and there are so many recipes of it. Two years back we had a holi brunch in our apartment and few of us were asked to prepare the dish. Among all of us, one of our friend’s preparation […]

 
Breakfast, Soups & Snacks

Bread Kachori

Snack foods are a significant aspect of Indian cuisine. When it comes to street food, India is one nation that is known worldwide for its scrumptious, cheap and tasty food. This crunchy treat is prepared by stuffing potato mixture between spinach puri and bread roundel and then deep frying them […]

 
Healthy, Soups & Snacks

Soya Chana Cutlet

Soya granules are combined with kabuli chana and mint and made into tikkis. They are both tender and tasty. Soya is rich in protein and fiber where as chana helps in weight loss and stabilises blood sugar levels. Being low in cholesterol, this recipe is good for heart patients and […]

 
Soups & Snacks

Bhakarwadi

Bhakarwadi is a traditional Maharashtrian and Gujarati snack that contains spices rolled up in a dough made with maida and besan or gram flour. They are crisp, crunchy and delicious savouries that can be enjoyed with tea or coffee. This recipe requires some effort but can be prepared well in […]

 
Healthy, Soups & Snacks

Raw Papaya Cutlet

These cutlets are very easy, made with very few ingredients and can be had as an appetizer or evening snack with tea. They are made by combining raw papaya with boiled chana dal and few other ingredients. Raw papaya helps you lose weight, beat diabetes, improves digestion, prevents vitamin deficiency, […]

 
Soups & Snacks

Baby Corn Fritters

These are very quick and easy to make crisp bites and perfect starters that vanish in no time. Baby corn is boiled, dipped in a mildly spiced batter and then deep fried. This recipe is a bliss for all baby corn lovers. Once served, you won’t be able to keep […]