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.

Hari Matar Ke Pakode Recipe - Green Pea Fritters

Hari Matar Ke Pakode are the delicious crisp fritters of fresh green peas and onions seasoned with spices. Pakodas are something which almost everyone of us enjoy and theses Hari Matar ke Pakode are the ultimate makeover to the regular pakodas and can be served with any chutney or ketchup of your choice. The most amazing part is, you can make the pakoda mixture in the morning and refrigerate it, fry it at the time of serving in the evening or on the arrival of guests. In this recipe the Hari matar ...

Chicken Galouti Kebab Recipe

Chicken Galouti Kebab Recipe is a traditional recipe from the Lucknowi/Awadhi Cuisine. It is a popular street food in Lucknow and North India. 'Galouti' literally means soft, melt in the mouth.  A simple yet delicious kebab where the meat is usually tenderized and mixed along with spices, shaped into a kebab and shallow fried.  Flavours of saffron strands, Rose water, Mughlai meetha attar, Kabab chini powder and Cardamom powder makes these Chicken Galouti Kebabs stand out in taste.  Raw ...

Healthy Soya Sabudana Kebabs Recipe With Spicy Tomato Chutney

Healthy Soya Sabudana Kebabs Recipe With Spicy Tomato Chutney is the perfect way to indulge in snack during any time of the day. These kababs are gluten-free and filled with the goodness of Soya bean. The tangy chutney with the hint of green chilli & ginger takes these kebabs to a whole new level. Shallow frying makes these kababs super crispy and both kids & adults are going to love these kebabs. You can serve these Healthy Soya Sabudana Kebabs Recipe With Spicy Tomato Chutney ...

Crispy Baby Corn Lollipop Recipe / Spring Rolls

Crispy Baby Corn Lollipop Recipe/ Spring Rolls, is a crunchy baby corn appetizer that is marinated with Indian masalas, wrapped with a dough made of cheese and flour, baked and served with a sprinkle of chaat masala.  Crispy Baby Corn Lollipop is something that your family would absolutely love on a rainy evening. It makes a great appetizer for any kind of party. This could also be served as a side along with any main dish or serve it as an after school snack to kids.  Serve Crispy ...

Karela Tikki Recipe - Healthy Diabetic Snack

Karela Tikkis Recipe is a wholesome diabetic friendly snack where the grated Karela is mixed with carrots, paneer and chaat masala powder to make delicious tasting tikkis. In this recipe the nutrition from the karela is kept intact by keeping its juices and the skin. Bulk of the nutrition lies in the skin and the juices. The addition of chaat masala along with paneer, brings in the taste to the tikkis. Did you know: Bitter gourd increases the uptake of glucose and improves glycemic ...

हलीम के कबाब रेसिपी - Haleem Ke Kebab Recipe

हलीम एक पारम्परिक रेसिपी है जिसे मटन, पिली मूंग दाल, दलीया, उरद दाल, चना दाल और मसालों से बनाया जाता है. इसको धीमी आंच पर पका कर घी और तले हुए प्याज से गार्निश किया जाता है. यह ही सामग्री हमने कबाब बनाने ...

Crispy Sweet Potato Recipe

Crispy Sweet Potato is an easy recipe which can be made within half and hour. Sweet potato is thinly sliced and then it is coated twice with spiced batter and semolina to make them super delicious and tasty.  It can be served as a starter for your guest or evening snacks with your tea. You can also make this recipe for your potluck parties or pack it in your snack box. This is perfect for the rainy days when you want to enjoy something delicious with your hot cup of tea.  Serve Crispy ...

Crispy Chicken Pakoda Recipe

Having guests at home who love non vegetarian food? Then you must make this Crispy Chicken Pakoda Recipe to impress them. Some wonderful aromatic spices are added to the chicken along with gram flour and corn flour to makes it nice and crunchy on the outside and perfectly cooked and softer on the inside. These delicious Crispy Chicken Pakoda  hardly take time to make and takes just 15 minutes to mariante. So this is a go to non vegetarian appetizer when you have sudden guests at home.  Serve Crispy ...

Idli Chaat Recipe

Idli Chaat is a fusion recipe which is an amalgamation of South and North Indian cuisine. A unique dish that is best to make if you want to use any leftover idlis from the breakfast. Turn them into spicy, tangy, chaat for your evening snack or as an appetizer for lunch. If you want to try a new chaat recipe, this recipe is your dish. Idlis go well with any kind of chutneys and since they have a very mild flavour as such they go beautifully well with the green chutney and the tamarind chutney. This ...

Matar Samosa Chaat Recipe - Delicious Evening Tea Time Snack

The Matar Samosa Chaat Recipe is one of the best chaat recipes that you can make at home. The delicious chatpata matar topped with spicy aloo filled samosas drizzled with sweet and sour tamarind chutney and topped with onions and sev is a combination nobody can resist! One of the best parts about winters or festivals is enjoying some delicious samosa chaat which is topped with hot matar masala, chutneys and onions. You can easily make this popular chaat recipe for a large crowd. Have every element ...

Green Chutney Aloo Chaat Recipe

Green Chutney Aloo Chaat Recipe is a popular street food from North India. The potatoes are boiled and then pan fried to get a nice colour and crunch on the outside, mixed with spices like garam masala and cumin powder, and then tossed in a yummy fresh green chutney and garnished with crunchy sweet pomegranate and sev.  This is a no onion no garlic chaat recipe which can be had even when your fasting. Aloo is full of nutrition, it has Vitamin B & C, fiber and folate and carbohydrates ...

Pan Fried Broccoli Pakora Recipe

Pan Fried Broccoli Pakoras is a delicious healthy tea time snack that you can savor without any guilt. The Pakora is filled with flavours from fennel seeds, chaat masala and is made without deep-frying, hence preserving nutrition of the vegetable. A Kuzhi Paniyaram Pan is used to make the Broccoli Pakora, giving it a good taste and texture. The process of cooking pakora in a pan preserves nutrition and the addition of broccoli giving an added taste and nutrition for this classic tea time ...

Bhel Puri Recipe - An Indian Street Food And Tea Time Snack

Mumbai Style Bhel Puri Recipe is a simple and easy snack that is made from puffed rice combined with a variety of raw salad ingredients. Bhel Puri is most often made with just basic ingredients like tomatoes, potatoes, cucumber, onions, green and tamarind chutneys, sev and papdi. Puffed Rice is also called as Mumra or Moodi or pori in different parts of india and can be combined with a variety of ingredients making it tangy and spicy. Bhel Puri was originally a Gujarati fast food now synonymous ...

Sabudana Vada Recipe - Deep Fried Sago Patties/Cutlets

Sabudana Vada is one of the most popular snacks from Maharashtra. Sago/Sabudana pearls along with potatoes are deep fried to make these crisp indulgent Vadas. Usually served as a fasting snack, these are great otherwise too, to satisfy your fried food cravings, along with a cup of hot tea! Sabudana Vada is usually served with a green, Coconut-Coriander chutney or a simple Curd based chutney. You can find the recipe for the curd based chutney below. These Vadas are best deep fried. But for those ...

Tamil Nadu Style Vellai Paniyaram Recipe - Semi Sweet Rice & Dal Fritters

Vellai Paniyaram is a dish native to Tamil Nadu. Soaked rice and urad dal is ground and made into a thick batter. Sugar and salt is added to the batter and rested. After the resting period the Vellai Paniyaram batter is made thinner in consistency by adding some milk. The key to making a good Vellai Paniyaram lies in the consistency of the batter. It should just be a little thinner than that of a dosa batter. They are then deep fried like  a poori.  Paniyaram is an easy dish ...

Goli Baje Recipe - Mangalorean Vada Recipe

Goli Baje is a Mangalorean Vada recipe is a soft and spongy vada which have a crispy outer.  They are made with a fermented batter made of all-purpose flour, chickpea flour, rice flour and yogurt. Fermentation takes about 2- 4 hours, but the wait is totally worth it. The fermented batter is mixed with ginger, chopped green chillies, curry leaves, baking powder, coconut, and asafoetida which makes these goli baje flavourful and mouthwatering.  This Karnataka coastal recipe ...

Phool Makhana Recipe - Healthy Roasted Lotus Seeds Snack

Phool Makhana is a Healthy Roasted Lotus Seeds Snack that is super simple to make. When roasted Makhanas become crunchy. Roasting the makhanas take a little time. about 10 minutes, as you need to roast them on low heat.  Makhanas are rich in calcium and protein and and minerals like zinc. So serve these wonderful homemade roasted phool makhana to your kids and family members and replace store bought chips and popcorn.  Lotus seeds contain flavonoids which are antioxidants and reverse ...

Biuli Dal Er Boda Recipe - Bengali Style Urad Dal Vada

Biuli Dal Er Boda Recipe is a Bengali Style Urad Dal Vada is a tasty crunchy pakora made of urad dal. Urad dal is soaked and ground into a coarse mixture and then mixed with sooji, chillies and onions to make these wonderful vadas. Sooji makes these urad dal vadas more crunchy.  These urad dal vadas are traditionally deep fried. we have  made them using a kuzhi paniyaram pan and hence  very less oil is used in comparison.  This snack recipe can be prepared on occasions like ...

Watalappan Recipe - Steamed Egg Pudding With Jaggery

Watalappan Recipe is a traditional pudding served in the weddings, festivals and feasts in Sri Lanka. It is one of the beloved desserts of every Sri Lankans. The main ingredients here are the Kithul jaggery, eggs and the fresh coconut milk. Kithul jaggery, or goan Jaggery is made out of a sap extracted from a palm tree called kithul. Use only Kithul Jaggery/ Goan Jaggery to make Watalappan as palm jaggery or sugar doesn’t give you the authentic flavour. It is not compulsory to add the ...

Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe

Bhakarwadi  is a very popular Maharashtrian spicy tea time snack. The origin of the Bhakarwadi actually is in Gujrat and the Gujarati Bhakarwadi is a little different than the Maharashtrian Bhakarwadi. The filling of the Bhakarwadi is made with different seeds like poppy seeds, sesame seeds mixed along with various different spices in the right portion to get the balance of the sweet, spice and tangy which is the signature flavour of a bhakarwadi.  Traditionally the Bhakarwadi is deep ...

Ribbon Pakoda Recipe - South Indian Tea Time Snack

Ribbon Pakoda is a very popular South Indian tea time snack made from gram flour and rice flour. Typically it is prepared during Diwali and festive season.  A special equipment called "Sev Sancha" or a "Murukku Maker" typically made out of brass is required to make these. In most South Indian homes it is passed on from one generation to another and lasts a lifetime. Murukku maker can be found in most Indian Stores outside India. Each Sev Sancha has multiple press attachments and you need to ...

Farali Dhokla - Kuttu Ka Dhokla Recipe

Farali Dhokla - Kuttu Ka Dhokla Recipe is made of Buckwheat Flour or Sama Flour. Dhokla is an Indian dish popular in the state of Gujarat and it resembles a cake. It is steamed in a pressure cooker or a steamer. Kuttu Ka Dhokla is made from a blend of sama flour and buckwheat flour which is soaked in some yogurt and water. Indian spices are added to add more flavour to the dish. Traditionally Dhokla batter is fermented and steamed. It is a famous dish in Gujarati Cuisine. It is then finished ...

Whole Moong Dal Vada Recipe

Whole Moong Dal Vada Recipe, a crispy and delicious evening tea time snacks recipe made from whole moong dal and chana dal. The addition of ginger, garlic, green chilies and onions brings out the spice and taste to the Moong Dal Vada. For additional flavors, chopped curry leaves or coriander leaves can be added to the batter before frying them. Serve the Moong Dal Vada with Coconut Chutney or Green Chutney as a evening tea time snack, for a weekend breakfast or as an appetizer for ...

Boti Masala Chaat Recipe - Fryums Chaat Recipe

This interesting Boti Masala Chaat Recipe is popular amongst kids simply because of the crispy-crunchy lightly spiced 'Botis'. In South India, these golden fryum fingers are called Botis. The fryums are cut into half, forming a boat-like shape. These boats are then filled with an Indian salad made of carrots and onions , with a drizzle of sweet-spicy chutney and the crispy puffed rice. When you bite into this boti masala there's a party of textures in your mouth.  Serve this Boti ...

     
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