Indians are very fond of snacks & tiffins and very often sweets is a dish that gets added into every meal. Tea time snacks and Indian Street food varies from region to region, but predominantly each regions has its own share of fun foods that are spicy and tangy go perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.

In this section you will find over 1000+ recipes in Sweet, Tea Time Snacks, Breakfast Tiffins & Indian Sweets that are made healthy and yet keeping the traditions and authenticity.

Apple Roses Recipe With Homemade Puff Pastry Sheets (Eggless)

Apple Roses Recipe With Homemade Puff Pastry Sheets (Eggless) are the delicious baked and attractive edible roses made with apple and homemade puff pastry sheets. These delectable and wonderful apple roses are more eye-appealing with dusted sugar and cinnamon, while adding amazing taste! These Apple roses recipe are a must try for your loved one on any day you feel like letting them know. Serve these Apple Roses With Homemade Puff Pastry Sheets (Eggless) during tea time or as an off-tradition dessert ...

Ragi Masala Twisters Recipe (Healthy Snack)

Ragi Masala Twisters are baked savory healthy snacks recipe made with ragi and whole wheat flour and uses very less oil. These Masala Twisters are a healthy munch even for the weight watchers. It is also a nice recipe to include nutritious and beneficial ragi in daily food. Serve Ragi Masala Twisters recipe during tea time with Qahwa or Masala Chai. If you like this recipe, you can try to make more ragi recipes Ragi Ujju Rotti Recipe Ragi Santi (Ragi Rice Porridge) Recipe Ragi Halwa Recipe ...

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 ...

Moong Bhajji Recipe (Moong Fritters)

Moong Bhajji is a delicious deep fried snack made using split moong dal and some spices. This sinful snack is a very popular street food all across Maharashtra. The recipe is very quick, simple and uses very few ingredients. The only advance preparation required is to soak the dal. You can also use Moong sprouts instead of dal. Serve Moong Bhajji with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Date Tamarind Chutney for a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Fritter recipes such as Potato ...

Mumbai Style Spicy Murmura Recipe (Spicy Roasted Puffed Rice)

Mumbai Style Spicy Murmura is one of those dishes which is spicy, tasty and healthy at the same time. It is easy to make and is perfect to have during your tea time break. Fill it with the goodness of vegetables and enjoy. Serve Mumbai Style Spicy Murmura along with Masala Chai and Hari Matar Ke Pakode as a tea time snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Puffed Rice recipes such as Puffed Rice Upma Recipe Puffed Rice Bar Recipe Bhel Puri Recipe  

Ammini Kozhukattai (Rice Flour Dumplings) Recipe

Ammini Kozhukattai are ideally rice flour dumplings that are steamed, cooked and later tossed in a tempering for additional flavors. Very little oil is used in its preparation, hence it makes for a healthy and light snack.They can be made both sweet or spicy depending on your preference. You can serve the Ammini Kozhukattai as a snack during Ganesh Chaturthi.   Other recipes you can try during Ganesh Chaturthi Chocolate Modak Recipe Churma Ladoo Recipe Baked Modak and Karanji ...

Mumbai Style Masala Khichiya Churi Recipe

This Mumbai Style Masala Khichiya Churi is a very famous snack in Mumbai and in most of the Rajasthani restaurants, they serve this churi as a starter. It is a very simple and delicious recipe that is quick and easy to prepare.  Masala Khichiya Churi can be served with masala chai as an evening snack. Other tea time snacks that you can try: Authentic Nimki Recipe Samosa Recipe Chatpati Channa Dal Recipe

Dal Fara Recipe

Dal Fara is a traditional snack from Uttar Pradesh, it is very famous in Lucknow and Kanpur. It is made from wheat flour, by filling chana dal paste along with spices. Some times made with rice flour and urad dal as well.  Dal Fara makes for a delicious evening snack by itself, or it can also be enjoyed with green chutney or served with masala chai during those cold winter evenings. You may also like these other evening snack recipes Pan Fried Onion Pakora Recipe Matar Samosa Chaat ...

Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe

10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe is an interesting twist to regular unni appam recipe which are fried sweet dumplings usually made with a combination of rice flour, wheat flour, banana and jaggery. Grated coconut and cardamom is often added to bring in more flavour. These are made in a special vessel called the appa-karal/ kuzhi-paniyaram vessel / appe-pan. These 10 Minutes Oats Unni Appam/ Nei Appam Recipe are crispy on the outside and super soft on the inside. It is a kids friendly ...

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 ...

Alu Vadi Or Patrode Recipe - Maharashtrian Snack With Colocasia Leaves

Alu vadi or Patrode is a typical Maharashtrian snack/side dish made by stuffing colocasia (Alu/Arbi) leaves with a spiced multigrain batter and then steaming them. This is a quick and healthy recipe where the steamed vadis are shallow fried instead of deep frying them.  Traditionally the leaves are stuffed with chickpea batter but this recipe uses multigrain flour to make the batter. You can use only chickpea flour (besan) too. Colocasia leaves can sometimes cause itching to the hands and throat. ...

Kheel Paniyaram Recipe (Puffed Rice Paniyaram)

Paniyaram is a south Indian healthy breakfast dish. If you have leftover idli batter just add finely chopped vegetables, temper with curry leaves, mustard seeds and make them easily, serve with coconut chutney.           Paniyaram is made in a special cookware called paniyaram chitti. Traditionally paniyaram made with fermented rice batter, paniyaram can make sweet and sour. Here I gave a twist make these paniyaram with kheel which is also known as puffed rice.  Serve ...

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 ...

Spicy Mixed Vegetable Lollipop Recipe

Spicy Mixed Vegetable Lollipop Recipe is a tasty and delicious way of using vegetables to make a crunchy and soft party appetizers. These are bite-sized and can be relished at any time of the day. It is very simple to make and can be served to kids. All the ingredients are bound into a mixture and then shallow fried in a paniyaram pan to give it a crispy but yet done in a healthy way. Serve the  Spicy Mixed Vegetable Lollipop Recipe as a party appetizers during a Sunday Lunch. If ...

Parmesan Corn Chili Fries Recipe

Spiced and herbed parmesan and cornmeal baked fries make Parmesan Corn Chili Fries Recipe a wonderful and guilt free snack. These finger fries taste amazing and stay fresh for a couple of days too, when kept under refrigeration in an airtight storage. You can also make the sticks ahead time and store them in the freezer for a day or two. Once you have guests at home for tea party or when you have a craving for fries, just pop them in the oven and enjoy the crispy outside and soft inside delicious ...

Palak Puri Recipe (Crispy Spinach Puri Snack)

Puri is deep fried Indian bread, commonly available in two types of texture: either the crispy one or the smooth one like roti or paratha. In order to make crispy palak puri, simply add chopped spinach leaves along with some ordinary species into wheat floor and make puris out of it. Relish the deep fried palak puri with tea time snack and have healthy breakfast with your favourite beverages. Serve Palak Puri as a tea time snack along with a hot cup of Masala Tea. If you like this recipe, you ...

Spinach Oats Vada Recipe

Spinach Oats Vada Recipe is a healthy twist to otherwise deep fried vada recipe. By adding the superfood "Spinach" and healthy oats, this is a simple recipe is shallow fried to avoid excess oil consumption. The taste negligibly differs in comparison to deep fried and is all healthy when shallow fried! Serve Spinach Oats Vada Recipe with Dhaniya pudina chutney or kadale chutney recipe during tea time with hot coffee or adrak tea. Take a look at more vada recipes to try during tea time Medu Vada ...

Kerala Style Pazham Pori Recipe (Banana Fritters Recipe)

Kerala Style Pazham Pori Recipe (Banana Fritters Recipe) is a favorite relish from Kerala. The fritter is made from a ripened plantain called ‘Nendram Pazham’ which is a local fruit found in most of the region in Kerala. The banana is dipped in a sweetened flour batter and fried till it is crispy. Serve the Kerala Style Pazham Pori Recipe (Banana Fritters Recipe) can be served as a Tea Time Snack.  If you are looking for more Banana Recipe here are some :  Whole Wheat Pancake Recipe ...

Kerala Style Vettu Cake Recipe (Eggless Wholewheat Tea Shop Cake)

Vettu cake is a famous tea shop snack in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. It is called vettu cake as it forms cracks (vettu in tamil) while frying. This a heirloom recipe that my mother taught me. It is usually prepared adding eggs and using maida. I wanted to make it more healthy and hence tried the same with wheat flour and used no eggs, creating Kerala Style Vettu Cake Recipe (Eggless Wholewheat Tea Shop Cake). It came out too good with crispy outside and soft inside. The taste did not differ any, either. ...

Papdi Recipe

Papdi are little crisp round shaped spiced Indian crackers made from wheat flour are baked in the oven to add to the extra nutrition. The little crispies are use in chaats like Mumbai Style Bhelpuri, Sev Papdi Chaat, and many more. Serve the Papdis as it is along with a cup of chai or even make it into a delicious Sev Papdi Chaat. Here are more tea time snack recipes to try Palak Puri Recipe (Crispy Spinach Puri Snack) Spicy Mixed Vegetable Lollipop Recipe Egg Pakora Recipe (Egg Fritters) Malai ...

Shallow Fried Oysters Recipe

Shallow Fried Oysters Recipe is a delicious and easy to experiment with oysters where they are first coated with some spices and semolina-rice flour mixture and then shallow fried. Being from Goan Saraswat Brahmin family in Goa, I love all seafood and try to prepare different recipes using them. When it comes to shellfish, you just can't stop experimenting on them. Oysters are very rich in zinc and today's recipe is very simple with minimum ingredients easily available in your kitchen. These shallow ...

Papad Nachos With Salsa Recipe

Papad Nachos with Salsa is a fun fusion recipe, where the Indian Papad meets the Mexican Salsa. Roasted Papad is topped with a spicy tangy Mexican Salsa and cheese, grilled just till the Cheese melts. You can use any variety of Papad like Urad, Ragi, Rice or Moong. You can also use Khakra. From a basic onion-Tomato salsa you can experiment with corn, Mango, cucumber Salsa. The Papad Nachos need to be served immediately, to avoid them from getting soggy. Papad Nachos with Salsa can be served as a ...

Gola Kebab (Indian Style Meat Balls) Recipe

Gola Kebab is made from mutton (lamb meat) that can be relished as a side dish with a vegetarian meal. This recipe is so versatile that it fits best in the category of finger food (starters) to be served in a party. Gola Kebabs or mutton meat balls are so easy to make that it hardly takes 30 minutes to serve it. As the meat balls are pan roasted with minimum oil, they don't climb the calorie meter too. Don't worry about the left overs they can be packed as a roll in paratha for lunch box. Serve ...

     
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