Murukku recipe – Murukulu or murukku is a deep fried Snack made with rice flour and dal flour. Chakli, chakuli, chakralu and jantikalu are the other Indian names to these. There are so many varieties of murukku, the one I am sharing here is a basic, very old and standard recipe that is followed by Read More
Snacks recipes - Indian evening snacks
Nothing beats a fresh homemade snack from your kitchen!! Right? Check out these awesome homemade evening snacks recipes that are tried and tested in my kitchen. These snacks recipes will help you whip up delicious and great tasting munchies in no time.
No matter what kind of a snacker you are, you will surely find something that suits your tastebuds & budget.
Wondering what to choose from here? You will find many different kinds of traditional, fusion and street snacks like pakoras, bajjis, murukku, tikkis, samosa, cutlets, chaats & sandwiches.
Crispy corn is a snack made by frying corn kernels and then flavoring with spice powders. There are a few different ways crispy corn is made in restaurants and fast food centers. You may find crispy corn coated with thin to extremely thick layer made using cornflour and some times even egg white powder or Read More
Ragda patties – A delicious white pea curry served with crisp potato patties, garnished with chutneys, sev, onions and tomatoes. Ragda patties is an immensely popular street food from the Western Indian states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. It’s also served in restaurants, chaat centers and also made in many households. If you are new to Read More
Pav bhaji recipe with video & step by step photos – A delicious blend of mix veggies cooked in butter & spices, served with soft butter tasted buns. Pav is an Indian bread and bhaji is mashed vegetables cooked with spice powder. This post will guide you to make the easiest & best pav bhaji Read More
Gobi 65 recipe – Gobi 65 is a delicious crisp fried appetizer made with cauliflower, spices, yogurt and herbs. 65 recipes are quite popular starters in South Indian restaurants. They originated from Chicken 65. There are many varieties made like Paneer 65, aloo 65. They are served as a evening snack or starter along with Read More
Veg cutlet recipe – Simple, easy and delicious vegetable cutlet that can be served for a Evening snack with a chutney or dip. A green chutney or a Schezwan sauce goes best with these. These cutlets can be baked, deep fried or shallow fried to suit one’s diet and taste. Veg cutlet are made using Read More
These samosas make for a great Tea-time evening snack. They are usually served with a green chutney & can also be used to make a chaat. These are made by stuffing spiced potatoes in a pastry. Check out this popular snack recipe to make awesome samosas at home.
Nippattu are crispy deep fried rice crackers from Karnataka cuisine. These are eaten as a Evening Snack and are also made during festivals. Nippattu are similar to Thattai from Tamilnadu and Chekkalu from Andhra pradesh. Though all 3 of them use similar ingredients, they differ in taste & texture. Each family has their own recipe Read More
Spring rolls recipe – Chinese vegetable spring rolls are a popular starter or snack that is served in Indo Chinese restaurants. These are perfect as a tea snack or for a weekend brunch. They can also be served for a dinner to accompany a bowl of delicious soup or noodles. But in India most commonly Read More
Sabudana vada recipe with video & step by step photos. Sabudana vada is a popular crisp fried snack made with tapioca pearls (sago), roasted peanuts, boiled potatoes and herbs. It is a popular Maharashtrian snack that is eaten not only as a tea time snack but also as a fasting or Upvas/ Vrat food. Sabudana Read More
Masala vada recipe or chana dal vada – Masala vada is a popular South Indian tea time snack made with chana dal, spices, onions & herbs. It is also a street food & most commonly served in tiffin centers as a evening snack with a chutney. Masala means a mixture of spices & vada is Read More
Aloo chaat recipe – Aloo chaat is one of the most popular street foods made with potatoes, sweet sour spicy chutneys & sev. It is eaten as an appetizer or Snack. Apart from aloo chaat, Bhel puri, Pav bhaji, Aloo tikki & samosa are some of the other popular street foods of India. There are Read More
Mysore bonda recipe – Crisp fried, fluffy and light snack. Mysore bonda is one of the popular snacks served in tiffin centers in Karnataka & Andhra. Bondas are made with stuffings like potato mixture or mix vegetables. But these are plain bondas that are lightly spiced but turn out crisp with a soft, fluffy and Read More
Thattai recipe with video & step by step photos. Thattai are popular deep fried Indian Snacks made with rice flour, urad dal flour, salt and herbs. These crunchy rice crackers are from the Tamil cuisine and are also known as thattu vadai. During the festive season thattai & murukku are made in most South Indian Read More
Shankarpali recipe with video and step by step photos. Shankarpali is one of the crispy deep fried festive snacks popular in Maharashtra & Karnataka. These are usually made with maida (all-purpose flour) and are also known as maida biscuits or sweet diamond cuts in South India. These are great to serve as a tea time Read More
Chivda recipe – learn how to make chivda at home. Poha chivda is a quick crunchy snack made with beaten rice or poha, peanuts, spices and curry leaves. This post shares 3 methods of making crunchy chivda with easily accessible ingredients. The first one is a deep fried version with white poha. The second one Read More
Aloo tikki is a popular Indian street food snack made with boiled potatoes, aromatic spices and herbs. Aloo is the Hindi name for potatoes and tikki is a patty. So aloo tikki literally translates to potato patties. These Indian style potato patties are delicious, crisp and flavorful as a good amount of spices and herbs Read More
onion pakoda recipe – pakoda are crunchy deep fried fritters made with gram flour, onions & some spices. This post will help you to make the best light and crisp onion pakoda which you can enjoy with your tea.