You have just entered the most exotic section of the Indian cuisine - that's the Tea Time Snacks.  Snacks, sweets and street food are very synonymous to Indian cuisine. Farsans like the Gujarati’s call it are snacks that are served alongside a main meal, though many a times they are served as appetizers for dinners or kitty parties. Through this section you will learn to cook the delicacies available on the streets and homes of many homes across India.

Make your evening snack special by using 100 plus of our tea time snack recipes from Samosas, Aloo Vada, Dhokla, Bhajia, Farsans, Pakodas, Mathris, Khakras, Murukku & many more. 

Goan Style Kulkuls Recipe ( Honey glazed wheat Curls Recipe)

Goan Style Kulkuls Recipe ( Honey glazed wheat Curls Recipe) is considered as one of the famous Christmas Goodies served to friends and families during the festival. This is a wonderful snack made from wheat dough which is shaped like butter curls or worms and then fried. Once it is cooled down it is then coated with honey. It is very tedious and time consuming to prepare these lovely little ones but once you get done with these then nothing like it to have it as a yummy Tea Time Snack. Serve the ...

Chicken Corn Fritters Recipe

One can prepare delicious curries, delightful appetizers and spicy skewers with chicken but at the same time, one can prepare fritters as sides and a snack option. Tender chicken breasts are chopped into tiny pieces, cooked, mashed well, mixed with corn and spicy batter to prepare crispy chicken fritters. The addition of corn adds a unique taste and crunchy flavour to the fritters. They serve as great finger food and a sure hit at a party. Prepare this protein-rich Chicken Corn Fritters with Dhaniya ...

Egg Pakora Recipe (Egg Fritters)

One cannot deny or control their love and yearning for pakoras and when it is made up of egg, you never know how many you munch on. Pakoras can be prepared as an evening snack or as a guilty pleasure to enjoy your day. Hard boiled eggs are mixed with spiced batter and fried in oil to prepare this egg pakora. Egg pakoras are a great Kids friendly option and the soft egg with crispy layer out makes it exquisite one. Prepare this spicy Egg Pakoras and serve with Tomato Garlic Chutney or any other chutney ...

Ambode Recipe (Karnataka Style Masala Vada)

Ambode is a Masala Vada prepared during any festive occasion in the region of Karnataka. Ambode is prepared using soaked chana dal with dill leaves. These spicy lentil fritters are a must have for any occasion and a famous street food served across all parts of South India. There are many variations to the masala vada. Ambode is authentically prepared with dill leaves but one can substitute with coriander leaves, mint leaves or curry leaves. They are the best companions for your cup of chai and one ...

Ratalu Pakora Recipe (Purple Yam Fritters)

Pakoras taste delicious however it is prepared with any kind of vegetables. Ratalu pakoras known as ratalu puris is prepared with purple yam. They are mostly prepared in Winter as purple yam is available during winters and it is widely prepared in Gujarat. Crushed coriander seeds, sesame seeds, and peppercorns are finally sprinkled on top of the puris. Traditionally, they are sprinkled over puris but I have skipped the step as I love to have pakoras as such. They can be prepared with either fresh ...

Malai Chickpea Kebab Recipe

Malai Chickpea Kebab Recipe is a soft and crispy coated dumplings made from a smooth chickpea paste that is flavored along with fresh coriander leaves, garlic and hint lemon juice. These are then shallow fried using a paniyaram pan. Chickpeas, one of the special legume which has got its popularity all over the world, it is consumed as a dip, or in a curry and even as a salad in a variety of Cuisines. The legume is known for its Key vitamins and minerals. It is also diabetic friendly and prevents ...

Fried Poha Chiwda Recipe (Flatten Rice Spicy Mixture)

During my childhood days, I do not remember consuming snacks bought from the store. My mother used to always make ‘munchies’ at home and store these for us. I remember vividly, every week she used to prepare one type of snack for us to eat in the evenings. And she used to store these in a large stainless steel ‘dabba’ (canister). These snacks were varied, like, mixture (poha chiwda), chagodilu (fired rice flour bangles), jantikulu (mesh shaped, fried besan chewda), rawa laddoos, shankarpali ...

Bread Batata Vada Recipe (Crispy Bread Bonda Stuffed With Spicy Aloo)

Bread Batata Vada Recipe is the Crispy Bread Bonda Stuffed With Spicy Aloo. Instead of using the gram flour batter, bread slices are used to secure the stuffing within. These can also be made with leftover bread and makes a yummy evening snack. Serve Crispy Bread Bonda Stuffed With Spicy Aloo (Bread Batata Vada Recipe) along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Date And Tamarind Chutney or Roasted Tomato Sauce. Here are a few more similar recipes that you might want to try Aloo Vada Recipe-Batata Vada/Deep ...

Mexican Grilled Corn Flavoured With Cheesy Garlic Mayo Recipe

The best way to eat corn is corn on cob and what’s better than a grilled corn! The perfect grilled corn on cob would need just a handful of ingredients, those which are the most important ones to make the perfect grilled corn on cob. Those ingredients – garlic, fresh lime and cheese, and of course the butter. Hmmm yummy! When all these flavours are present on one magic ingredient, who would not want to use that on to get a perfect corn on cob, right! DelMonte Cheesy Garlic Mayonnaise is that ...

Kobiche Vade Recipe (Cabbage And Multigrain Fritters)

Kobiche Vade (Cabbage fritters) is a tasty snack made using cabbage,multigrain flour and spices. The vade are shallow fried in an Appe patra/appam pan. You can alternatively use an air fryer or even deep fry them. You can use multigrain flour or thalipeeth Bhajani or just chickpea and rice flour to make these vade. Serve these addictive vade with chutney or sauce of your choice. They can also be added to a onion-tomato gravy to make kobi (cabbage) kofta curry.  Kobiche Vade makes for an appetizing ...

Tamil Nadu Style Milagu Thattai Recipe (Peppered Dal-Rice Fritters)

Tamil Nadu Style Milagu Thattai Recipe is the Peppered dal-rice fritter recipe. Milagu Thattai is a flat savoury fried traditional snack that is a part of the Krishna Janmashtami festival menu. This popular crispy snack can be made in different flavours. Adding soaked channa dal and sesame seeds brings extra crunch and texture to this savoury snack. This Milagu Thattai recipe keeps good in an airtight container for 4-5 days. Tamil Nadu Style Milagu Thattai Recipe (Peppered dal-rice fritters) is a ...

Avalakki Bella Usuli Recipe (Jaggery & Flattened Rice)

Avalakki Bella Usuli is usually prepared across Karnataka on the days when people observe fasting for their God. Usuli is prepared using poha/flattened rice as it is high in starch content and filling the stomach. This can be prepared using red poha or white one, either thick or thin. The only difference between thick and thin variety is in their soaking time. It is such a simple one that you can stir up in five minutes and it’s kids friendly too. One can substitute sugar in the place of Jaggery. ...

Classic Chettinad Seepu Seedai Recipe

Seepu Seedai is a popular South Indian Snack that resembles pebbles and is very popularly prepared during the festive seasons. This gluten free fried snack just melts in the mouth, and is made widely during Janmashtami. There are so many different varieties of seedai and this recipe of Classic Chettinad Seepu Seedai is a Chettinadu recipe where the seedai dough is made using freshly extracted coconut milk. Special Seepu Seedai press is used to shape the seedai. Seepu in Tamil language means comb. ...

Pepper Murukku Recipe (South Indian Style Chakli)

In South Indian tradition, ‘Murukku' is a part of festival celebrations during Diwali. It is also known as 'Chakli' in many parts of India. Rice and Urad dal flour is made into a thick dough and pressed over hot oil using the 'Murukku press'. There are so many varieties and flavours of Murukku. The' Pepper Murukku' has a unique taste and pepper is known for it's anti- bacterial properties. It is also high in iron, minerals and dietary fiber. A gluten free crispy preparation, it is also an excellent ...

Bread Boats Recipe Filled With Spinach, Eggs And Sandwich Spread

Bread boats filled with spinach, eggs & Del Monte sandwich spread is a fun way to serve breakfast. This stuffed bread makes for a perfect Sunday morning breakfast to share with friends and family or a handy on-the-go snack. Hollowed bread logs are filled with a mixture of spinach, eggs and Del Monte sandwich spread and then baked to make this quick and easy dish. You can also add other vegetables like mushrooms to the filling. The creamy, tangy Del Monte Sandwich spread peps up the filling. This ...

Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters)

Mosaru Kodubale recipe are yogurt-rice flour fritter rings which are one of the loved snacks of Karnataka, they have a crispy exterior and a soft inside, tastes great with coconut chutney or even on its own. Passing the thick yogurt through the sieve is very important since they will turn into pockets of trapped moisture in the kodubale dough while frying. For people who like fritters, and pakoras on a monsoon evening, this Mosaru Kodubale Recipe (Yogurt-Rice Flour Fritters) can be served alongside ...

Stuffed Potato Cutlet Recipe With Mint Mayo

Potato cutlets is a delicious and easy to make starter dish. It is perfect as a party starter or an evening snacks. It’s made using mashed potatoes, bread crumbs, coriander leaves, oregano, and spices. To make cutlet even more amazing for kids and adults alike, I stuffed in Del Monte’s Mint Mayo along with some cheese and turned out to be very delicious. This mouth watering snack can be served with green coriander chutney or tomato ketchup. These Stuffed Potato Cutlet are crunchy on the outside, ...

Bakery Style Baked Nippattu Recipe

Bakery Style Baked Nippattu is spicy with mild sweetness, crispy and full of flavours. This is a perfect tea time snack which will add a flavour to your usual tea time snacks. Try this at home and we are sure you will love it. Serve Bakery Style Baked Nippattu along with hot Masala Chai and Carrot and Peas sandwich for your tea time break. If you like this recipe, you should also try other Cookie recipes such as Oats And Date Cookie Recipe Ginger Brandy Cookie Recipe Indian Spicy Masala Cookie ...

Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe

A samosa is a fried or baked dish with a Savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions and other stuffing. The Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe contains Wheat flour or maida flour shell stuffed with veggies filling, with a mixture of mashed boiled potato, onions, green peas, spices and green chili. The entire pastry is then deep-fried to a golden brown color, in oil. Mixed Vegetable Samosa Recipe is served hot and is often eaten with fresh Indian chutney, such as mint, coriander or tamarind. Mixed ...

Spinach & Cheese Gujiya Recipe

Gujiya happens to be our very Indian desi sweet that is typically made during festivals like Holi and Deepawali. Most of us have made or tasted the sweet gujiya with a delicious filling of coconut, mawa, nuts etc. But today i bring you a very appetizing fusion recipe of gujiya that is not sweet. Spinach & Cheese Gujiya is a savory snack made with spinach and cheese and shaped into a gujiya. This snack is ideal for children who hate to eat greens in any form. The cheese makes this spinach filled ...

Chhir Chot Recipe (Kashmiri Pancakes)

Chhir Chot is an authentic Kashmiri pancakes prepared using rice flour and ajwain seeds. Chhir Chot is usually served as a tea time snack but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it for breakfast/dinner. When there is no batter available in your kitchen, then it is an easy savior snack which can be prepared with the common items available in your pantry. Serve Chhir Chot Recipe along with Tomato Garlic Chutney and Masala Chai for your breakfast or as a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you ...

Arbi Cutlet Recipe (Spiced Colocasia Patties)

Arbi Cutlet is a crispy golden brown patties made with Colocasia root and flavoured with the Indian spices. It is the perfect tea time snack for a healthy start. Arbi or Colocasia is famous among the Sindhi's and it is basically originated from the Patra leaves. The Colocasia root that is being used in this Recipe is rich in Vitamin A, Magnesium, Potassium etc., which makes it a perfect dish to include in a healthy diet. You can relish the Arbi Cutlet (Spiced Colocasia Patties) along with ...

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