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.

क्रिस्पी पालक पकोरा रेसिपी - Crispy Palak Pakora Recipe

क्रिस्पी पालक पकोरा रेसिपी एक कुरकुरा और स्वादिष्ट पकोरा है जिसमे पालक की पातियो को बेसन के घोल में डूबा कर तला जाता है. पालक आयरन से भरपूर होता है, इसलिए आप इसे अपने रोज के खाने के लिए भी बना सकते ...

Mangalore Buns Recipe - Puffed Banana Puris

Mangalore Buns Recipe is a sweet, fluffy puri made using the pulp of bananas kneaded into the puri dough. These puffed, deep-fried delights are a popular tea time snack in Udupi and Mangalore, where they are also called “buns” because of their spongy and fluffy texture that is similar to bread. These Mangalore Buns use whole wheat flour, and are best made using slightly over-ripe bananas. A sprinkling of jeera or cumin seeds gives a break from the sweet flavour, making it a delightful tea time ...

Chocolate Kaju Katli Recipe - Chocolate Kaju Barfi

Chocolate Kaju Katli Recipe is another perfectly indulgent and delightful sweet that comes right in time for the onset of festivals that are around the corner. If you have feared making Kaju Katlis or Barfis at home because of the tedious process, this recipe will inspire you to give it a go. It is easy, straight forward and results in Katlis that have a serious wow-factor. What’s better, it has a unique touch of chocolate. Rich, sweet, perfectly delicious homemade goodies will make you skip buying ...

Thengai Poornam Kozhukattai / Ukadiche Modak Recipe With Rice Flour

Thengai Poornam Kozhukattai / Ukadiche Modak Recipe is a very festive sweet that is made for Lord Ganesha's Birthday also known as Vinayaka or Ganesh Chaturthi that is observed in the month of August - September. The festival lasts for 10 days and is celebrated very popularly across most regions of India. On this day, Kozhukattai, that are steamed rice dumplings filled with coconut and jaggery (a sweet variant) and lentils (for a savory variant) are a staple offering made to Lord Ganesha, and enjoyed ...

Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para)

The Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe also known as the Namak Para is a delicious deep fried tea time snack of North India. It is often made and stocked in homes on a regular basis, in addition it is also made during festive occasions like Holi, Diwali, Navratri and more. This recipe is made from ingredients like beetroot and spinach to give its rich color and makes it great for Holi festival. Serve the Beetroot & Spinach Nimki as a tea time evening snack along with a cup of chai ...

Chicken Keema Samosa Recipe

The Chicken Keema Samosa is a delicious blend of minced chicken tossed along with spices and chaat masala, covered with a crispy samosa covering making it perfect for the monsoons.  The addition of chaat masala along with mint leaves makes this samosa lip smacking delicious. Serve Chicken Keema Samosa as a snack with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Date Tamarind Chutney as a delicious evening snack for the rainy day/ monsoons. If you like this recipe, you can also try other similar recipes ...

Mishti Doi Recipe - Traditional Bengali Sweet Yogurt

Mishti Doi Recipe is a traditional Bengali dessert of delicately sweetened curd. Mild, light and extremely addictive this makes a great dessert option when entertaining guests over an Indian meal. The sweetness is lent from lightly caramelised sugar and traditionally the curd is set in earthen pots. Serve Mishti Doi after a delicious meal of Aloo Dum, Bengali Lucchi and Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Indian Mithai Recipes for your special occasions: Bengali ...

Besan Halwa Recipe

Besan Halwa Recipe is enriched with the goodness of gram flour which is roasted along with ghee and cooked in a cardamom flavoured sugar syrup which brings out the melt in the mouth texture and taste. The addition of almonds and saffron adds a royal touch to the besan halwa making it perfect for the festivals like diwali or even when you have a special occasion in the family like a housewarming, wedding or simply an anniversary or birthday dinner. Serve Besan Ka Halwa after a delicious meal of ...

Ada Pradhaman Recipe - Kerala Style Rice Flake Pudding With Jaggery & Coconut Milk)

Ada Pradhaman Recipe is a Kerala Style Rice Flake Pudding With Jaggery & Coconut Milk which is typically served as a dessert in the festival of Onam in Kerala. Ada is the ribbon-shaped dry rice flakes which are soaked in hot water and later slow cooked in jaggery and coconut milk. This traditional dessert is a very important part of Onam Sadhya (traditional meal). As Ada Pradhaman recipe is typically made with various extracts of coconut milk, it is a bit laborious, but totally worth it. Loaded ...

Mohan Bhog Recipe - Bengali Style Sooji Ka Halwa

Mohan Bhog is a common Indian Dessert, made mostly in every part of India and is also very special to Bengali Cuisine. It is made during the special occasions in the family or festivals. The Mohan Bhog is very similar to the Kesari Bhath, Sooji Ka Halwa or Sheera Recipes. Serve the Mohan Bhog Recipe along with Luchi, Aloo Dum and Moong Sprouts Salad with Grated Carrots and Coriander for a special sunday lunch with family.  If you like Halwa Recipes, then you must try some of our favorites: Pumpkin Halwa ...

Kimami Sewai Recipe

Kimami Sewai Recipe is an Awadh Style festive dish recipe that is served as a dessert. This recipe is made in Northern parts of India during Eid and other festivals. Thin sevai is slowly roasted on low heat and then cooked along with sugar and mawa. Serve Kimami Sewai Recipe along with a festive lunch of Mirchi Ka Salan Recipe, Lugai Gosht Recipe, Butter Garlic Naan Recipe and Pakki Mutton Biryani.  If you like this recipe, take a look at more Indian Dessert Recipes that you can make ...

Bread Halwa Recipe

Bread Halwa also called as Double Ka Meetha is a delicious dessert recipe that originated during the Mughals and Nizam Era. This recipe is commonly served in Hyderabad and is often seen served during festivals and special occasions. Another heirloom recipe from my Grandmother, Bread Ka Halwa is easy to make an a great dessert option to serve your guests on their sudden arrival and tastes great too. Serve Bread Halwa as a dessert during festivals or special occasions or make it to serve to your ...

Rose Gulkand Phirni Recipe

Phirni is a wonderful, fantastically rich, creamy, silky smooth pudding that is a popular festive dish. Rose Gulkand Phirni Recipe is a creamy dessert made with ground rice combined with milk, sugar and some saffron strands for flavouring. The key to a good phirni is to grind the rice well. Phirni and that too Rose phirni with Gulkand flavour is an ultimate comfort dessert in a bowl. The main star of this dessert is the Rose and Gulkand which is added to the basic phirni recipe lending it an aromatic ...

Avarekalu Tikki Recipe

Avarekalu Tikki Recipe, is a delicious snack made with avarekalu beans which is famous in Karnataka. Avarekalu are hyacinth beans which are rich in calcium and iron. Bengaluru is the only place where they celebrate “Avarekai Mela” during the month of January. The mela consists of series of stalls selling out dishes that are made from these field beans or avarekalu beans. During this mela vendors who sell streets come up with various interesting dishes using avarekalu. Serve the Avarekalu Tikki ...

Rajasthani Kalmi Vada Recipe - Chana Dal Vada

Kalmi Vada is a popular Rajasthani fried snack recipe. The vada has a crispy outside and soft inside making it a great tea time snack. This is similar to south Indian masala vadai.  Serve Rajasthani Kalmi Vada with Imli chutney and a hot cup of Adrak Chai as a wonderful tea time snack If you like this recipe, here are a few more Vada Recipes: Methi Corn Dal Vada Recipe Cabbage Onion Vada Recipe Spinach Oats Vada Recipe

चेट्टिनाड स्टाइल चिल्ली गोभी रेसिपी - Chettinad Style Chilli Gobhi Recipe

गोभी एक ऐसी सब्ज़ी है जिसका प्रयोग हर घर में रोज का खाना बनाने के लिए किया जाता है. भले ही भारतीय हो या कॉन्टिनेंटल रेसिपी हो गोभी का प्रयोग सब में किया जाता है.  इसलिए आज हम चेट्टिनाड स्टाइल चिल्ली ...

क्रिस्पी टोस्ड बेबी कॉर्न रेसिपी - Crispy Tossed Baby Corn Recipe

क्रिस्पी टोस्ड बेबी कॉर्न रेसिपी एक स्वादिष्ट रेसिपी है जिसे आप अपनी हाउस पार्टीज के लिए बना सकते है. इसे बनाने में बहुत कम समय लगता है, इसलिए आप यह रोज के खाने के साथ भी बना सकते है. आप इसमें आलू, ...

Panjiri Recipe - Healthy Punjabi Dry Fruit Snack

Panjiri Recipe is a popular Punjabi sweet that people snack on during winters.  Made with the goodness of ghee, here foxtails nuts, almonds, cashew, pistachios, gondh, dry coconut, melon seeds and flax seeds are individually fried in ghee. These individually fried ingredients are then pulsed in the mixer grinder to a coarse powder and then mixed along with yet another mixture of what flour and rava roasted in ghee.  This Panjiri mixture is then sweetened with sugar and flavoured ...

Shakarkandi Chaat Recipe -Sweet Potato Tangy Salad

Sweet Potato Tangy Salad Recipe is super simple to make with no oil and just the chaat masala that adds to its flavors. The addition of lemon into the sweet potato, along with finely chopped onions and green chillies makes this super nutritious vegetable lip smacking. Did you know: Sweet potatoes pack a powerful nutritional punch. They have got over 400% of your daily needs for vitamin A in one medium spud, as well as loads of fiber and potassium. They have got more grams of natural sugars ...

Usal Pav Recipe -A Delicious Mumbai Street Food

 Usal Pav is a traditional and delicious Maharashtrian  Mumbai Street Food that is made using the dried peas. This recipe has a tangy taste to it that comes from the addition of tamarind with many wonderful Indian spices. It is usually eaten with pav, an Indian bread or can even be a stand-alone dish, and finds favour with both children and adults alike. Serve the tangy hot Usal Pav accompanied with toasted pav or toasted bread with a cup of Masala Chai. You can ...

Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji Recipe

The Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji Recipe is a delicious preparation of eggs scrambled with onions, bell peppers, green chillies and the special ingredient Pav Bhaji Masala. The addition of Pav Bhaji Masala gives special zing to the flavors of this Bhurji. Serve the Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji Recipe along with toasted Whole Wheat Pav  and Masala Chai Recipe for a delicious Breakfast meal.  If you are looking for more Bhurji recipes here are some :  Paneer Capsicum Bhurji ...

Semiya Kesari Recipe

Semiya Kesari Recipe is a sweet pudding made without milk. The pudding is made with roasted vermicelli cooked until it is soft and sweetened with sugar. It is then topped with roasted cashew nuts and raisins. It is a variation to the semiya payasam. To keep it healthy you can also add some jaggery. The kesar added into the dish will not only gives the bright yellow color to the sweet but also provides a sweet perfumes aroma. You can make this sweet when you need something quick and light to have ...

Avarekalu Payasa Recipe - Broad Beans Payasa

Avarekalu Payasa is a traditional Karnataka sweet prepared with field beans. The payasa is delightful with the flavors of Avarekalu, coconut, jaggery and poppy seeds. It is delicious, healthy and can be prepared for any festival. Serve Avarekalu Payasa as a dessert after a Karnataka Style meal of Karnataka Style Majjige Huli Recipe, Steamed Rice and Akki Peni Sandige (Rice idiyappam Fryums) If you like this recipe, here are a few more Payasam Recipes, that you can make ...

Easy Gajar Halwa Recipe With Khoya Made In A Pressure Cooker

A traditional mithai from North India, this delicious Gajar Ka Halwa is made with fresh crunchy red carrots or Delhi carrots mostly found in the winter season. Gajar Ka Halwa is usually cooked in milk, further the halwa is made rich with the addition of khoya (evaporated milk), giving you a velvety mouthfeel with the added crunch of dry fruits. This halwa can be served either hot or cold depending on how your friends and family like it.  Serve the warm Gajar Halwa along with ...

     
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