Snack is a portion of food, smaller than a regular meal, generally eaten between meals. Snacks are available in a variety of forms including packaged snack foods and other processed foods, as well as items made from fresh ingredients at home. We can make the different type of snacks at our home easily. Here you can get many snacks recipes like Chaat Recipes, Cheela Recipe, Kachori Recipe, Mathri Recipe, Namkeen Snacks Recipe, Pakora Recipe, Vrat Recipes, etc.
Papdi Chat is one of the special recipe of north India. It is extremely tasty. Chandni Chowk's papdi in Delhi is world famous. It can be found on the stalls in the market and also in some special shops. But no one can beat the taste of home-made chat papadi.
You can make Papdi Chat at home in any special occasion. Everyone will like it. Today we will make Papdi Chat at home.
South Indian tempting dish, dosa is also prepared in many other ways instead of the traditional one like cheese dosa, Chinese dosa or palak paneer dosa. Today we will make palak paneer dosa.
Do you call them Golgappa or Pani Puri? Either name is mouth watering. You can also call it Golgappa. Whenever you visit Chandni Chowk or Sitaram Bazaar don't miss the chance to have Golgappas.
These days Gol Gappas are available in restaurants and malls, but standing next to its Thela(cart) and eating than in the mall is more exciting as you can see the market's hustle-bustle. Pani Puri can be made completely out of wheat flour or wheat flour and Suji(semolina) mixed in equal proportions or just Suji. We will be preparing Gol Gappas with wheat flour and Suji 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.
Baingan pakoras, with soft brinjals inside and spicy crust, is a starter which can be prepared instantly. Everyone relish eating these, especially during winters and rainy season.
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.
Stuffing for kachoris can be prepared with many ways. Kachoris stuffed with dal have a longer shelf life as compared to other kachoris. These kachoris are crustier. Today we are making moong dal stuffed kachoris.
Dhebra can be prepared either by frying in a Kadhai (like puri) or on a Tawa (like parantha). Whichever seems easier you can follow that particular method to prepare Gujarati Methi Dhebra.
Green Methi(Fenugreek leaves) and Bajra(millet) flour is available in the market during winters. If you can not find green Methi then you can replace it with Kasoori Methi. Do make this appetizing dish this winter season.
Ghiya Ki Burfee or Lauki ki Lauj can be prepared on festivals or eaten as a fruit diet on fasts. It is very easy to make, this fibrous and nutritious Lauki ki Burfi can be made for Diwali, your family will surely love it.
Ghiya Ki burfee can me prepared in numerous ways. Lauki is cooked in milk till it turns very thick. But this process consumes much time. In another way, after cooking Lauki we can add Mawa to it and make Lauki ki Barfi. Lauki ki Burfi made in any way has its own distinct taste. Here we will make Burfi in the easiest and less time consuming method.
If we use ripe Lauki to prepare its Burfi then it will taste more delicious. It is not suitable to use unripe Lauki to make Lauki ki Barfi.
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.
If you want to eat low fat dish in the breakfast then let's make sago (Sabudana) Upma. You can make different dishes from Sabudana such as its Khichdi (Sago Khichadi) or Namkeen (Sabudana Namkeen). You can eat Sabudana Upma during fast too.
There are many recipes we had earlier made from Pumpkin (Kaddu). Today we will make Burfi with Pumpkin- Kaddu Ki Burfi.
We can eat Kaddu Burfi in Navratra Fast (Navratri Var Recipes) or any other fast where a strict fruit based diet has to be followed. To make Kaddu Burfi you should take yellow and riped Pumpkin.
Fafda is a favourite street food in Gujarat. You can find fafda n combination with jalebi in every street corner of Ahmadabad. Lets make Fafda at home today.
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.
Salty crunchy kachoris are prepared with numerous styles. We have already prepared crusty urad dal kachori, moong dal kachori. Today we are making masala potato stuffed crusty semolina kachori. Crispiness of semolina kachori is very different from urad dal kachori or moong dal kachori. You'll surely love eating this.
You are directed to follow strict fruit based diet during fasts like in Shivratri(Shivratri Vrat). You can prepare following food items for the occasions like these.
Crisp potatoes delicious chaat along with coriander and sweet chutney, is very popular in India. Let's make the Potato Chaat today.
Cashew nut Gur(jaggery) and sugar Chikki is made in 2 different ways. Cashew nut Chikki made from Gur is soft while the one with sugar is crunchy.
There is no need to do the preparations before hand for making potato stuffed kachoris like required for making dal stuffed kachoris. Whenever you feel like eating crusty and tempting kachoris, then just boil some potatoes, knead dough and prepare the stuffing to make kachoris. These appetizing potato kachoris are liked the most in Northern India, especially Agra and Mathura.
Shakarpara is also prepared with kneading sugar in flour and also coating the fried shakapara with sugar. Both the shakarpara have different tastes. These can be prepared for any festivals a week prior.