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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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).