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. 

Bread, Paneer & Potato Instant Vada Recipe

Bread, Paneer & Potato Instant Vada Recipe is a flavourful twist to the regular vada recipe and is also a quicker way of making vadas for breakfast. You can make them when you have prepared idli batter and then want to make vadas to serve along with them. Or these instant vadas made from Bread, Paneer & Potato can also be served for snacks during tea time along with Foxtail Millet Rava Idli Recipe, Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe (Traditional South Indian Sambar with Fresh Spices) and Pudalangai ...

Pathravade Recipe (Colocasia Leaves Snack)

Pathravade, a master piece from the Konkan and Mangalorean cuisine. Pathravade is prepared using colocasia leaves. The leaves are smeared with a spicy, tangy rice and coconut paste. Its later stacked upon each other and then steam cooked. The steam cooked rolls are later relished as such with a dollop of butter or cut into slices and shallow fried in coconut oil. Serve Pathravade as a side dish along with your Konkan meal of Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle and Tawa Parathas during weekday lunch or dinner. If ...

Udupi Style Pelakai Teepe Dose Recipe (Halasina Hanina Dose Recipe)

Udupi Style Pelakai Teepe Dose Recipe (Halasina Hannina Dose Recipe) is a very delicious recipe that is made from ripened jackfruit and rice batter to create a tasty and sweet  pancake. It is a must try recipe that can be had any time of the day, the batter can also be stored for about a week and can be had for your breakfast as well. Serve the Udupi Style Pelakai Teepe Dose Recipe topped with some jackfruit and along with a refreshing drink like Nongu Paal - Palm Fruit Drink or Masala ...

Aloo Chaat Recipe With Baked Beans - Roz Ka Khana With Figaro Olive Oil

The Aloo Chaat Recipe With Baked Beans is delicious recipe made with bread and potatoes tossed in a spicy baked bean sauce along with the crunch of sev, onions and chutneys. Serve this Bread Aloo Chaat as a tea time snack along with a cup of chai or even for your parties. Here are more snack recipes for you to try Fried Poha Chiwda Recipe (Flatten Rice Spicy Mixture) Bread Batata Vada Recipe (Crispy Bread Bonda Stuffed With Spicy Aloo) Mexican Grilled Corn Flavoured With Cheesy Garlic ...

Schezwan Style Chinese Veg Samosa Recipe - Roz Ka Khana with Figaro Olive Oil

Love samosas? You must try these chinese veg samosa, that is tossed in Sichuan sauce. These lip smacking Chinese Samosa are packed with flavors and spices and fried in Pure Olive Oil. Serve the Veg Chinese Samosa along with a Schezwan sauce as an appetizer or a evening tea time snack for parties. Did You Know: Pure Olive Oil does not get rancid after being exposed to high heat. Research says that, you can reuse this oil multiple times in your cooking. If you like Indo Chinese Recipes ...

Baked Bitter Gourd Bhajji Recipe (Karela Fritters)

Baked Bitter Gourd Bhajji Recipe (Karela Fritters) is a delicious way to enjoy the goodness of bitter gourd. Bitter gourd slices are coated with a spicy batter and then baked till crisp instead of deep frying to make this tasty snack. Marinating the slices in salt and then rinsing them reduces their bitterness to an extent. Bitter gourd is diabetic friendly as well and helps in reducing the blood sugar levels. Serve Baked Bitter Gourd Bhajji Recipe (Karela Fritters) along with dip like roasted ...

Curd Jantikalu Recipe (Crispy Curd Snacks)

Curd Jantikalu is a famous snack which is very popular in South India. It is another alternative tasty snacks prepared by adding curd. These can be prepared very easily in no time with basic available ingredients. Serve Curd Jantikalu along with hot Masala chai and Linzer cookies for your tea time break. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Tea time snacks such as Papdi Recipe Baked Chevdo Recipe Kodubale Recipe

Boodida Gummadikaya Pachi Vadiyalu (Andhra Style Ash Gourd Fritters Recipe)

Last week, my mother mentioned to me that, one can make tasty fritters with ash gourd, known as ‘Pachi vadiyalu. With research, I found that, in Andhra Pradesh, ash gourd is used to prepare ‘vadiyalu’, which are again two types. Pacchi vadiyalu or raw fritters, which are deep fried in oil and relished as fritters. And vadiyalu, are the sun dried fritters, which can be stored for many months. Whenever required, these can be fried in oil and savored with rice. Boodida Gummadikaya Pachi Vadiyalu ...

Assamese Baked Savoury Kordois Recipe

‘Kordois’ is an Assamese snack that is made either sweet or savoury. This snack is made specially on Bihu Festival days. The Kordoi is shaped like a 'Star Fruit' using the all purpose flour and traditionally deep fried. But in this healthier version we have used multigrain flour, carrots and baked the kordois instead of deep frying them. Serve Assamese Baked Savoury Kordois as a tea time snack along with Masala Chai and Oats Rava Dhokla.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other ...

Carrots And Coriander Fritters Recipe

Carrots and Coriander Fritters are a healthy way of including carrots into the diet. Usually fritters are fried in oil, however we have adapted the healthy method of pan searing them over the skillet with minimal oil. Also, chickpea flour is added to bind the ingredients together and also to make you feel fuller.  Did you know- Carrots are a storehouse of Vitamin C and beta carotene making it perfect to boost the immune system and giving us a healthy heart and skin.  Serve the Carrots ...

Sel Roti Recipe (Nepalese ring-Shaped Sweet bread)

Sel roti is a traditional Nepalese sweet ring-shaped bread prepared during Dashain and Tihar festivals and many other occasions like marriage and parties. Sikkim has majority of Nepali community which makes seal roti a famous food there. This mildly sweet bread is prepared with rice. Rice is soaked overnight and ground into a fine paste. It is then mixed with sugar, ghee, water and flavoured with cardamom. Sel Roti can be served as a tea-time snack with tea/coffee or other beverages. If you like ...

Baked Masala Namak Para Recipe (Carom Seeds Spiced Biscuits)

Baked Masala Namak Para Recipe is an easy recipe prepared with fewer ingredients like maida, wheat flour and spices. Spices like carom seeds, cumin seeds, crushed pepper and hing are used to make this flavourful. Instead of deep frying these namak para, here I have baked them instead, such that there is negligible oil absorption in the recipe. You can serve Baked Masala Namak Para Recipe along with Tea Sandwiches Recipe with Beets, Radish, Avocado and Arugula and chai made with Chai ...

Palak And Moong Dal Pakodas Recipe

Pakodas or deep fried fritters are everyones favourite. They make the perfect accompaniment for the evening tea, and best enjoyed in the monsoon season. Here, we have prepared the pakodas using split moong dal, which gives the pakodas a light and airy texture. And the addition of palak makes it even more crispier.  Serve the Palak And Moong Dal Pakodas Recipe as a tea time snack along with spicy dhaniya pudina chutney and masala chai and impress your guests. If you like this recipe, you can ...

Kaju Pakoda Recipe (Cashew Nut Fritters)

Kaju Pakoda Recipe (Cashew Nut Fritters) is a tasty Indian snack recipe. This recipe are prepared similar to Gujarati Sing Bhujia recipe, but here the addition of ginger garlic paste, fennel seeds and pudina leaves add a different zing to the fritters. To make these crunchy masala cashewnuts, use as little water as possible while making the batter such that the pakora crisps up. Serve the Kaju Pakoda Recipe (Cashew Nut Fritters) along with other tea time snacks for kids and with added masala chai ...

Dal Vada with Oats and Vegetable Recipe

Dal Vada with Oats and Vegetable Recipe is must try recipe for a mouthwatering snack.  The vada is made from a combination of urad dal and channa dal. The dals are soaked in water for some time so that it becomes soft and can be ground into a batter. To this mixture we add oats and vegetables to make it a rich filled snack.  The vada is then shallow fried in a kuzhi paniyaram pan. So the vada will turn out to crispy and healthy as well. By adding oats into your everyday cooking will help ...

Spinach & Paneer Cornmeal Roll Recipe

Spinach & Paneer Cornmeal Roll Recipe is a vegetarian version of a cinnamon roll made with homemade cornmeal bread which is stuffed with spinach and paneer. The cornmeal is enriched with oat flakes and then rolled into small rolls and baked in a tray. This recipe is a savory version when compared to the cinnamon rolls. Serve the Spinach & Paneer Sausage Roll Recipe as a healthy snack recipe or as an Appetizer for Parties.  If you are looking for more Healthy Snack Here are some :  Chole ...

Muesli Olive Oil Rusk Recipe

Muesli Olive Oil Rusk Recipe is a variation to the usual rusk but made healthy. Rusks are usually double baked like how a biscotti is done. It will be baked in the form of a log and then sliced and baked again till it crisps up.  The recipe is purely made from whole wheat, muesli and olive oil without any addition of butter or Maida. Muesli will help obtain good amount of dietary fibers needed. On the other hand Olive oil helps in moisturizing your skin and in turn improves skin health. Serve ...

Aloo Dal Pakoras Recipe

Pakoras are popular tea time snacks in India. There are so many varieties of Pakoras and this recipe of Aloo Dal Pakora is famous in North India, especially in the Hill Stations where a bowl of pakoras and steaming hot chai is irresistible. These pakoras are rich in proteins as the pakora batter comprises of soaked moong dal/moong beans. Once the soaked moong dal is ground, they are used as the outer coating for the prepared potato filling.  A perfect monsoon snack recipe! Serve Aloo Dal Pakoras ...

Mizoram Special Koat Pitha Recipe (Banana Fritters)

Mizoram Koat Pitha is a fritter dish made with rice flour and banana which is similar to the Kerala Unniyappam which is fried on a kuzhi Paniyaram Pan. The flavours come together wonderfully to make a great dish with a crisp exterior and soft interiors.  In the North East it is widely consumed as a delicious dessert on almost all the special occasions. Serve Koat Pitha as a delicious dessert after light meal of Sana Thongpa and  Tan Ngan, or as an evening tea time snack ...

Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe

Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe is a very famous, authentic recipe from Uttar Pradesh. These are spicy dumplings made from a thick batter of overnight soaked moong dal. Various spices provide a unique experience when the mix of flavours splash on tongue. Apt to be had with evening tea, Spicy Moong Dal Ki Goli Recipe are simply delicious. Take a look at more snack recipes to try during tea time Foxtail Millet Uppu Kozhukattai Recipe Mangalorean Style Biscuit Roti Recipe Rajasthani Makki ...

Assamese Style Mohura Pitha Recipe(Sweet Rice Dumplings Recipe)

Rice Dumplings or Pithas rules in the eastern states of India. The process is mostly steaming. Food prepared in steaming process with zero oil is considerably better in taste. You will be amazed to find the varieties of Pithas, an odiya family relish on a festive day. They are like Podo Pitha, Kakara Pitha, Monda Pitha and Chakuli Pitha. The festival of Bihu in Assam is more on celebrating the art of making Pithas. Til Pitha, Mohura Pitha, sunga pitha, takeli pitha where rice is being the main ingredient. Believe ...

Rajasthani Makki Ka Chatpata Dhokla Recipe

Rajasthani Makki Ka Chatpata Dhokla are very popular made in Rajasthani households specially during winters. They are made both In Marwar and Mewar, but are served with different dals and Kadhis specific to regions. In Mewar, it is served with Dal, while in Marwar Rajasthani Makki Ka Chatpata Dhokla Recipe is served with Kadhi. As they are steamed, it is also good for health. Here are a few more variants of dhoklas that you can also try Farali Dhokla - Kuttu Ka Dhokla Recipe Ragi Rava Dhokla ...

Muesli Banana Fritters With Whole Wheat Recipe

Muesli Banana Fritters With Whole Wheat Recipe is a delicious sweet snack that can be whipped in 10 minutes. All you need some ripened bananas, whole wheat flour and muesli to do the job. The muesli becomes the best way to add in as a crunchy layer over the fritters. The fritters are usually fried but this recipe will teach you a healthy way to make fritter by consuming less oil and at same time creating an absolute lip smacking snack. We often wonder how we can use Muesli in various dishes but ...

Baked Maddur Vada Recipe

I always look forward to the these yummy crunchy chewy vadas while travelling from Bangalore to Mysore and back.  Maddur is a small town en-route and is famous for this delicious savoury snack. Made with a combination of all purpose flour and fine semolina, along with chopped onions and curry leaves , these are usually deep fried. The vada sellers carry them in a large bucket adorned with crispy springs of curry leaves on top and serve them on neatly cut squares of newspaper. And as they chant ...

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