A traditional Andhra style snack made with rice flour, Chana and moong Dal. It is a unique deep fried snack recipe made during festivals or just as a tea time snack.
Palakayalu are small, deep-fried, crispy balls made with a rice-flour dough. These are made in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. These are a perfect tea-time snack.
Crisp, spongy and tasty sabudana bonda is made differently. What sets apart sabudana bonda is its sour taste and spongy texture from inside. Enjoy this tasty bonda with tomato ketchup/dhaniyala kharam/coconut chutney/any pickle of your choice.
Stuffed mirchi bajji are much popular in the states of Andhra pradesh and Karnataka. Most people enjoy these during the monsoons. These are yummy street food snacks.
Murukulu also is known as Janthikulu is a very popular savory snack in South Indian cuisine. One of the best dishes to make for this Diwali. This is my mom’s unique recipe. She learnt it from her mother.
It a healthy streetfood. It is super easy to make and tastes awesome. It’s a good evening snack.
Mushroom and Cabbage Pakoda is one of the most unique Indian snacks during Monsoons or Winter days. Crispy from outside, these pakoras are an all-time favorite.
Craving something savory and delicious? This Spicy Corn Mango Chaat is the perfect spicy snack that is sure to satisfy your cravings. It’s also easy and quick to prepare!
This great snack can be made in a jiffy and you can also opt for preparing whenever you feel like munching something spicy. It makes for a perfect evening snack that can be taken with a cup of tea or coffee!!
Pav bhaji is an iconic dish from Mumbai and hugely popular all over India. Pav means bread rolls. Bhaji is the marathi word for vegetables or a vegetable based dish (dry or gravy).