A Namkeen Snacks is the part of food, they are smaller in size compare to our regular meal, and Namkeen Snacks are generally eaten between foods. Different types of Namkeen Snacks come are available in the market which is packed snack foods and other processed foods, as well as items made from fresh ingredients at home, easily. We can make the different type of Namkeen Snacks at our home easily. Here you can get the different type of snack recipes like Chana Kurkure Namkeen, Aloo Bhujia Sev, Paneer Tikka, Potato Sev, Kaju Badam Poha Namkeen, Sabudana Namkeen, Bhein ka Tikka, Palak Namak Pare, Muskmelon Seeds Namkeen, Potato Chips, etc.
Have you tried Chana Khokle Namkeen? Chana Khokle Namkeen are very crispy and taste awesome. During my childhood Chana Khokle Namkeen was made frequently in my home. Let us prepare Chana Khokle Namkeen.
Aloo Bhujia Sev has a different taste compared to all Namkeens. There are various ways to prepare Aloo Bhujia Sev namkeen, like
Aloo and gram flour mixed
Aloo, gramflour and Moth flour mixed
Aloo, gramflour and rice flour mixed
All Aloo Bhujia's have a distinct taste from one another, but the process used in making them is similar. You can make Aloo Bhujia Sev with the ingredients that are available to you. Today we will prepare Aloo Bhujia Sev with Aloo and gram flour mixed together.
Potato Finger Kurkure are extremely good in taste. You can serve them with evening tea also. You can also serve them to your guests in snacks before the lunch. These hot crispy potato pakoda with covered with sooji and gram flour will definitely be loved by them.
What do you make when you feel like having something special for dinner? Personally i like Paneer Tikka very much.Instead of preparing it in a Tandoor i find it more easy to cook it directly on a Tawa(flat pan). So lets prepare Paneer Tikka on a Tawa.
You must surely like fried Namkeen made from Moth beans or Chana(yellow gram)/Moong(mung bean) dal. These can be made at home without much difficulty.
Both Chana dal or Moong dal Namkeen is made in a similar manner.Fry both dals, but Dalmot is not made from Moth dal instead it is made from whole Masoor dal(not peeled). Agre ki Dalmot is made from whole Moth Namkeen with thin strips of flour Sev. Personally i like Moth dal more without the Sev.
There are different types of Besan Sev available in the market. This is made from various spices, lentils and flour. But crispy Besan Masala Sev made from Besan and spices has a unique taste. You can make it very easily at home too. Today we will prepare Namkeen Besan Sev.
Try making shahi samosa recipe for any special party, occasion, for a special guest or on any festival and enjoy eating.
Cutlets made with spinach and soya chunks will be liked by all. They can be served in breakfast as well as starter in any party. Deep fry or shallow fry them, in both ways they taste awesome.
We have made Namakpare in our last post. Today we will make Maida Nanmkeen Cubes at home. The method to make Maida Cubes are similar to that of Namakpare. The taste of Namakpare and Maida Cubes is almost same. But as cubes are thick one can find slight change in the taste as compared to namakpare. So lets make Maida Namkeen Cubes today.
If you are in search of a delicious yet easy to make Namkeen then Kaju Badaam Poha Namkeen is the answer to your prayers...
Kothambir vadi is prepared in various ways but people prefer eating kothambir vadi cooked in steam. Gram flour, coriander leaves and sesame seeds mixture is cooked in steam like that of dhokala and then sliced and fried. This ways kothambir vadi turns out to be more delicious.
You can make Potatao Sev in two ways. One you can dry grated boiled potatoes or you can add gram flour in the boiled potatoes and fry them to make aloo bhujiya. You can store the dry grated boiled potatoes and fry them to eat whenever you like.
As we all know that special Namkeen are available for people who observe fasts. You can buy these special namkeen consumed in fasting from the market or can even prepare them at home. It can be made easily at home and will definitely be more good than the namkeen available in the market.
Namkeens eaten in fasts can be made in various ways. You can use peanuts and sago (sabudana) to make namkeen. You can add any kind of mewa as er your taste and preference into it to enhance its taste. Just prepare the namkeen one day and eat it for all 9 days of the fasting. I am sure you will definitely like it.
Everyone relish eating Veg poha prepared with slightly crunchy peas, other vegetables and soft flattened rice (poha) in breakfast.
Everyone is fond of Crispy Potato Chips and no one can eat just one. Once it touches your taste bud, you get keen to have another.
Potato Chips can be made in 2 ways:
Dried Potato Chips - Dry boiled Potato chips in the Sun and fry them whenever you want to eat.
Spicy Potato Chips - These are made without boiling the Potatoes. Potatoes are cut into chips and fried.
Today we will make Spicy Potato Chips without boiling the Potatoes.
Sabudana khichdi is usually consumed during fasting. It takes very less time to make this tempting khichdi. Boiled potatoes and coarsely ground peanuts enhance the flavor of this scrumptious khichdi. You can have this khichdi at as light breakfast as well apart from just having them in fasts.
Lotus Stem(Kamal Kakdi) Koftas are no doubt are very tasty, but you can also try Lotus Stem Nuggets. These nuggets can be taken with morning and evening tea. Small sized nuggets are tastier than large-sized one. Lets make Lotus Stem Nuggets today .
Besan Dhokla is very tasty to eat, very less oil is used while preparing it as it cooks in steam. If you are avoiding oily food then do try this recipe. You can also send Besan Dhokla in lunch boxes for the kids.
Dhokla is prepared in many ways, like Besan Dhokla, Rawa Dhokla, Sour Dhokla, Paneer Dhokla, Jhatpat Dhokla. We have made Rawa Dhokla and Jhatpat Dhokla earlier so today we will make Besan Dhokla.
Namak pare made with spinach are crispy and tasty to eat. These can be prepared for any festival or anytime you feel like.
Spicy-zingy kurkuri Bhindi is served with chapatti, naan or rice. In fact you can serve them as a snack/appetizer. The okra chunks are marinated with spices and gram flour and then deep fried till crispy and crunchy. Even those who don’t relish eating Bhindi will love these for sure.