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.
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.
Try this recipe for festivals like Diwali and share with family and friends. Serve Kodubale Recipe (A Festive Snack From Karnataka) along with Irani Chai Recipe.
If you like this recipe, here are more snacks to make for tea time
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Omapodi Diwali Mixture Recipe is a traditional south Indian snack that is prepared during the festival of Diwali. The delicious gram flour snack can be made thin or thick and can be combined with a variety of roasted dry fruits and nuts to make a classic diwali or a tea time snack.
Serve the Omapodi Diwali Dry Fruit Mixture as a tea time snack along with adrak chai or make them for festivals and special occasions.
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Elai Vadam is a delicious papad/ rice cracker that is very traditional to the south Indian homes. It is typically had as an accompaniment with the main course of the south Indian rice, sambar and pickle meal. It can even be had as a snack when topped with chopped onions and tomatoes.
You can make these vadams in large quantities during summers an store them in airtight containers. Traditionally, this is done on plantain leaves, hence the name, elai vadam. You can smell the nice aroma of the ...
Kunukku recipe is traditional South Indian Style Lentil fritter. The lentils fritters are very similar to the vada, except that it is made with a combination of lentils. The batter is similar to the batter of adai and so you can even make these fritters with any leftover adai batter
Kunukus are made during Navratri and offered to the deity as prasadam. Hence this recipe has no onion and no garlic. But if you are making it some other day then you can add some onions in the batter to add some crunch ...
The Samosas with Spinach & Cottage Cheese Filling recipe is a delicious snack that can be served as a tea time snack along with some ginger chai or as an appetizers for your parties. Serve it along with a Green Mint Chutney and Date Tamarind Chutney as dips to go along with these samosas.
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Kerala Style Pazham Pori Recipe
Egg Pakora Recipe (Egg Fritters)
Palak Puri Recipe (Crispy Spinach Puri Snack)
The Dilli Styled Baked Aloo Chaat recipe is a healthy version of the classic Delhi Street Food where the aloo is fried. Delhi is famous for all kinds of food, specially chaat, papdi, tikki and gol gappas ( pani puri's). Among this list is one of my favorite dishes - the delicious Delhi Aloo Chaat.
I love the use of green mint chutney and tamarind chutney in this chaat. I try and make my chaat almost similar to the delhi chaat but the only difference is that I bake or boil the ...
Sabudana Kheer also known as the Sago Payasam is a very traditional Indian sweet dish made across most regions of India. Although each region has its variations, this particular recipe is a favorite at my home and is the way I have been savoring it since I was a child.
Naturally, it is how I have continued to make it in my own home as well, and now my family loves it just as much. Sabudana Kheer can be made for festive and other special occasions. Or even just as dessert following an Indian meal.
दही के कबाब रेसिपी एक स्वादिष्ट स्नैक है जिसे आप अपने पार्टीज के लिए परोस सकते है. इसमें दही का प्रयोग किया जाता है जिसे काला नमक और चाट मसाला से फ्लेवर किया जाता है. यह बहुत ही स्वादिष्ठ होने के साथ साथ सेहतमंद भी है.
दही के कबाब रेसिपी को धनिया पुदीना चटनी और मसाला चाय के साथ शाम के स्नैक के लिए परोसे।
अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद है, तो आप यह भी बना सकते है,
ओट्स और वेजिटेबल कबाब रेसिपी
आलू पनीर कबाब रेसिपी
अरबी के कबाब रेसिपी
Thattai Recipe is a delicious and easy to make crispy South Indian Savory Crackers. They are an irresistible south Indian savory snack that are an integral part of most south indian festivals especially Gokulashtami. You can even make these and serve then as tea time snack when you have friends over or just for yourself too.
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Bengali Beetroot And Raw Banana Chop Recipe (Spiced Cutlet Recipe)
Chettinad Podalangai Vadai Recipe
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The Dahi Ke Kebab is a classic Indian appetizer that can make you a star in your parties. The kebab recipe that used greek yogurt (hung curd) and slices of bread. The yogurt is flavored with kala namak and chaat masala and a few green chillies and covered in damp bread that is then pan fried. The result of this kebabs is its super delicious and healthy too.
Serve Dahi Ke Kebab along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for a house party.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Indian ...
Beetroot Halwa is a delicious fudge-like pudding that is made from grated beetroot stewed in milk and spiced with cardamom. Beets are highly nutritious and great for cardiovascular health. Its nutrition benefits come particularly from fibre, vitamins, minerals, and unique plant derived antioxidants.
Serve the Beetroot halwa as a quick and healthy dessert for parties or occasions with your family.
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The Nei Appam also known as Unniyappam is a traditional festival sweet that is made for festivals like Karthigai Deepam and also many other festivals in Kerala. This crispy appam or fritter is a famous Palakkad sweet made with bananas and rice flour batter, that is a favorite among children.
Serve the Kerala Style Nei Appam / Unniyappam Recipe as a Tea time snack or even as a school snack box for kids.
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Carrot Badam Kheer is a delicious milk pudding that can be had either warm or cold. The addition of milk, carrots and dates makes this kheer very nutritious and wholesome too. It is extremely simple to make, and with no added sugars, it is delicious and healthy too. Make it for a festive occasion or even for a nutritious treat post a weekend meal.
Serve Carrot Badam Kheer after your delicious festive meal of Jodhpuri Aloo, Ajwain Puri, Satvik Carrot Sprout Salad and Mirchi Ka Chunda.
If you ...
Sweet Potato And Moong Sprouts Cutlet recipe is an easy and a healthy cutlet recipe to try. Loaded with healthy carbs and proteins, it is filling and appetizing as well.
Eating between meals can be made interesting with a little bit of preparation. It is also important to choose something healthy to eat or it is easy to pile on unwanted calories from processed food. This is a healthy recipe enriched with protein from sprouted moong. And using Poha powder to bind makes this gluten free. Eat this ...
Ghevar is a Rajasthani easy sweet recipes specially made on Festivals in rainy season like the Teej and Raksha Bandhan. The reason why ghevar recipe is made only during the rains is that a degree of moisture is necessary. It is a round plate-shaped sweet which is made with flour, ghee and milk mixture and deep fried in oil. It is also known as Honeycomb dessert and is one of the best dessert recipes.
Serve Rajasthani Ghevar Recipe after a festive meal of Aloo Tamatar Ki Sabzi, Ajwain ...
Moong Dal Khasta Kachori is a delicious tea time or evening snack that is also made for the festivals like Holi and Diwali. There are many recipes and ways to make the moong dal filling. This recipe uses a readymade moong dal namkeen filling.
By using readymade namkeen for filling there is no risk of the filling going wrong. The dry filling also ensures that the kachoris remain crisp and do not become soggy. These Khasta Kachoris can be made in advance and this way you also can relish them ...
Gulab Jamun with Khoya is a rich and delicious Indian dessert prepared from unsweetened milk solids. Mawa can be prepared at home by boiling milk till it is reduced to half and you get solids. Or you can also use a store bought one to prepare gulab jamun.
The taste of these Gulab jamuns stand above rest of the varieties of gulab jamuns and once you eat these you will never stop at just one.All it takes is 20 minutes and your dessert will be ready in no time making it perfect for dinner parties ...
Gulab Phirni Recipe is a gentle and aromatic twist on the traditional rice-based pudding called Phirni. This creamy, nutty and typically saffron-flavored Indian sweet is quite the crowd pleaser. But this recipe changes things up a little bit, with the addition of rose petals that adds a delightful flavour and depth.
It's easy to make, looks beautiful when served in small earthen pots and will light up your festive meals instantly. Make and serve Gulab Phirni at your next house party and wow your ...
Sweet & Spicy Pineapple Pani Puri Recipe is a tangy pani filled in the puri along with a filling of potatoes and green moong sprouts. This recipe is so mouthwatering and will tingle all your taste buds to keep eating more.
Pani of a pani puri or golgappa is sweet spicy and tangy and usually made of coriander leaves, int leaves, chilies and a few spices. There are so many flavours of pani across India. The pani is what give the unique taste to the deep fried puffed puris. In this ...
Hing Pani Puri Recipe has a slight twist in the pani flavour. The pani is made with fresh coriander and mint leaves mixed with a delicious flavours of asafoetida. The asafoetida here gives a lovely flavour to the pani. This pani tastes best served chilled along with puris and an aloo stuffing.
Tangy, spicy and crunchy at the same time this Indian chaat is highly addictive. You cannot stop at eating just a few so make sure you make a big batch and enjoy with your family and friends.
The Paruppu Payasam is a very traditional South Indian payasam/kheer recipe made from moong dal and chana dal, coconut milk,cardamom and dark jaggery. The coconut milk makes the payasam silky and creamy. The flavour combination of the payasam is so good that you cannot stop at just one bowl.
The Paruppu Payasam is a nutritious and a high protein dessert that can be served for parties or even as a snack for children. Since this payasam has coconut and coconut being auspicious, the ...
Restaurant Style Hara Bhara Kebab Recipe is a healthy and appealing starter patty well-known for its bright green color, crispy bite and smooth texture. The bright green color of the kababs comes from the spinach puree, which is mixed along with mashed boiled potatoes and green peas.
I have seen them in most of the restaurant’s menu card and have been waiting to try it at home from very long. Hara Bhara Kebab is easy to make at home. This recipe is also popular for its easier digestibility. ...
Karamani Sundal Recipe - Spicy Tossed Black Eyed Beans Recipe is a healthy snack made by tossing the boiled black eyed bean with fresh grated coconut and tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and dry red chillies.The green chillies, the finely chopped ginger, and freshly grated coconut bring out the delicious flavors of this classic South Indian festive tea time snack. It is usually served as a Prasadam in many South Indian temples or it is made during the festival of Gollu (Navaratri).
Palak Pakora Recipe is a delicious tea time snack recipe made of spinach, spices and gram flour. In this recipe, the pakoras are not deep fried but made in a kuzhi paniyaram pan using just enough oil to make the pakoras crisp and delicious.
A generously sprinkle of chaat masala on the top once the pakoras are fried makes it absolutely delicious.
Did You know:Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids), manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin ...