Phool Makhana is a Healthy Roasted Lotus Seeds Snack that is considered a super healthy snack. Lotus seeds contain flavonoids which are antioxidants and reverse the adverse effects of free radicals in the body.
Ragi Masala Oats Dhokla recipe is a healthy preparation of the traditonal sooji dhokla that is made with just semolina.
Moong Dal Khasta Kachori is a delicious tea time snack that is also made for the festive season. This Kachori is served with yogurt, Green Chutney, Tamarind Chutney and chopped onion.
Spiced Multigrain Tea Time Crackers is a delicious recipe of a tea time cracker that is flavored with Coriander and Mint and textured with sesame, cumin and ajwain.
Steamed Meethi Muthias is a healthy and nutritious dish that packs in carbohydrates and proteins to get you through the day.
Moong Dal Mini Samosas are perfect little bites to put a zing into any festive occasion. These samosas are made from Moong Dal Namkeen that you in stores with the additon of a few spices to add to the flavors of this quick samosa.
Baked Multigrain Italian Flavoured Mathri is a crunchy and savory snack that is traditionally eaten in Rajasthan with spicy pickles.
Fafda is a traditional crunchy snack that is synonymous with Gujarati cuisine. Made of gram flour and other spices, it is a convenient and quick snacking option that can be had at anytime of the day or mixed with other dry snacks like puffed rice.
Vegetable Samosas with Spinach Crust is a delicious recipe that is made in a half moon shape. Samosa's are a very popular Indian tea time snack that can be had by itself along with some chai or also as a chaat with various chutneys and chole over it.
Chatpati Channa Dal is a spicy crunchy quick snack that can be prepared in a matter of minutes. Besides being healthy, it will also bring back wonderful childhood memories of buying this in a paper cone, at the roadside eatery.
Mixed Vegetable Cutlet Recipe is a healthy nutritious snack that is delicately flavoured with garlic, and other Indian spices.
Soya Beans Paniyaram is a delicious and healthy snack made from soy granules and a can of mixed beans. It makes a perfect tea time snack or even a lunch box snack for kids.
Kobbari Kudumulu also called as Undrallu is a traditional dish that is prepared in Andhra Pradesh during Vinayaka Chaturthi.
Huruli Usili / Kollu Sundal is a very nutritious and easy dish to make. Made from Horsegram/ Huruli/ Kollu, this dish is rich in proteins and very beneficial for cold, cough and phlegm related problems.
Kodubale is a traditional Karnataka tea time snack that is absolutely delicious. Although this recipes needs a little effort, the taste makes it absolutely worth it to make it at home.
Omapodi is a traditional south Indian snack that is prepared during the festival of Diwali. The delicious gram flour snack can be made thin or think and each home also has a personal spice favorite.
Kai Murukku Recipe is a traditional South Indian Snack that is made from rice flour and flavored with butter, cumin and asafoetida.
Vellai Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami.
Uppu Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami.
Moong Sprouts Usal Recipe is a very popular Maharastrian dish. Usal is traditionally prepared using matki or moth beans! But here is a quick, simple and delicious dish with moong sprouts that is equally delicious.
The Beetroot Tikki Recipe is a made simple, healthy and delicious flavored with cheese and black pepper. The addition of cheese brings in the right texture and taste to this tikki making it a perfect party snack that can be made quick and healthy.
Jhunka Vadi Recipe is a traditional dish from North karnataka and Maharastra. It is popularly known as Pitla and is deliciously healthy.
Spicy Crunchy Masala Idly recipe is an easy dish made from left over idlis flavored with bell peppers, mint leaves and coriander.
Elai Vadam is a delicious papad/ rice cracker that is very traditional to the south Indian homes. It is typically has as an accompaniment with the main course of the south Indian rice, sambar meal.