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. Kids and Adults love snacks and serving a healthy, filling and energetic snacks whether you are at home, at office or at school is important.

Homemade snacks are healthy and fresh and give you an opportunity to eat healthy and when you are on a weight loss plan. 

These snacks can be served either at tea time or served alongside a main meals. You can also serve these these snacks as an appetizer or starter for indian party dinners or kitty parties.

In this section you can discover a 100+  evening snack recipes, indian street food recipes, party starter recipes from Samosa, Aloo Vada, Dhokla, Bhajia, Pakoda, Mathri, Khakhra, Chivda, Spicy Mixture & more. Learn to cook these delicious evening snack recipes from across various cuisines in india that are made healthy & tasty. 

You will also find pakora recipes that are not deep fried and are made either using the air fryer or using the paniyaram pan for healthy cooking. I really hope you like the evening snack recipes and you can enjoy them for your tea parties or even dinner parties when you have friend and family over.

Indian Style Tapenade Recipe

Tapenade is a popular food in the south of France which is usually a spread that is eaten with bread. The base ingredient of Tapenade is Olive. Olives and capers are finely chopped, crushed or blended to make a spread. To give it an Indian twist, we are using moong with olives to make this recipe. Serve Indian Style Tapenade with hot Masala Chai for your tea time break or you can also serve it for breakfast. If you like this recipe, you can also try similar recipes such as Mushrooms On Toast Cheesy ...

Potato Puff Pastry Recipe

Potato Puff Pastry is a very light pastry made in layers that expand when cooked, leaving large air pockets inside. Many people think that it is difficult to make Puff pastry, but here we bring you a simple and fast way to make a quick puff pastry. It tastes delicious and is perfect to serve as a tea time snack. Serve Potato Puff Pastry as a tea time snack with Hot masala chai or you can even pack this in your kid’s snack box. If you like this recipe, you can also try similar stuffing recipes Soya ...

Andhra Style Corn Vada Recipe

Vada is a common term for many different types of savory fritter type snacks from South India with a set of common ingredients. Vada can vary in shape and size, but are usually donut disc-shaped. It is also a popular street food in South India which is served with chutneys. They are eaten throughout the day but most commonly as a part of breakfast or as a tea time snack. Serve Andhra Style Corn Vada with South Indian Coconut Chutney, Dhaniya Pudina Chutney or any other chutney of your choice. You ...

Bihari Dal Pitha Recipe (Traditional Bihari Delicacy)

Bihari Dal Pitha Recipe (Traditional Bihari Delicacy) is a popular rice flour dumplings in Bihari Cuisine. Pithas are either stuffed with sweet or spicy filling. There are different varieties of Pithas. Bihari Dal Pitha is prepared using fresh rice flour and spicy masala lentil filling. The speciality of this dish is that it is vegan, gluten free and steamed. High in proteins, this is an anytime snack, loved by all age groups. Pithas served along with Hari Dhaniya ki Chutney, Tomato Chutney or Mint ...

Puffed Rice Bar Recipe

Puffed Rice Bars are made by combining puffed rice and jaggery with other few ingredients to make a perfect tea-time snack. These rice bars do well for packing kids’ snack boxes. Since they are loaded with mixed nuts, they provide nutrition alongside yumminess. It is an all-time favourite snack and as a kid, I used to love these homemade snack crunchy Puffed Rice Bars when my mother used to hand them with a smile. Try some of our other snack recipes to increase your chances of innovation Millet ...

Ambode Recipe (Karnataka Style Masala Vada)

Ambode is a Masala Vada prepared during any festive occasion in the region of Karnataka. Ambode is prepared using soaked chana dal with dill leaves. These spicy lentil fritters are a must have for any occasion and a famous street food served across all parts of South India. There are many variations to the masala vada. Ambode is authentically prepared with dill leaves but one can substitute with coriander leaves, mint leaves or curry leaves. They are the best companions for your cup of chai and one ...

Dal Fara Recipe (Indian Stuffed Lentil Dumplings)

Fara is a typical North Indian dish which is very popular in Uttar-Pradesh and is made during special and auspicious occasion. It is an authentic dish which is known to everyone in Uttar Pradesh and each one has their own naming convention. Serve Dal Fara on its own with Tomato Garlic Chutney or as a side dish with your delicious North Indian meal. If you like this recipe, you can try other similar recipes such as Methi Muthiya Vegetable Ragi Momo Dahi Vada  

Caramelized Ripe Plantains Without Added Sugar Recipe (Caramelized Nendran)

Caramelized Ripe Plantains without Added Sugar (Caramelized Nendran) is a delicious and super easy recipe. The traditional recipe for ripe plantain fry makes use of loads of ghee and sugar and is fried in more oil. But this dish is a healthy version which uses absolutely no added sugars and very less oil. The plantains are allowed to caramelize in its natural sugars to be sweet. Serve these caramelized ripe plantains wrapped up in crepes, topped on waffles or apple vanilla whole wheat pancakes drizzled ...

Gujarati Fafda Recipe (Crispy Gram Flour Snack)

The Gujarati Fafda Recipe is a traditional crunchy snack that is synonymous with Gujarati cuisine. Made of gram flour and other spices, Gujarati Fafda Recipe is a convenient and quick snacking option that can be had at anytime of the day or mixed with other dry snacks like puffed rice. If you like this recipe, please try our other recipes like Healthy Maravalli Kizhangu Bonda Recipe  Pan Fried Onion Pakora Recipe Non-Fried Corn & Cheese Bites Recipe Authentic Nimki Recipe (Evening ...

Uppu Seedai or Salted Cheedai (A Gokulashtami Recipe)

Uppu Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami. This festival is the most popular festivals amongst the Hindus. The Uppu Seedai (Salted Crisp Rice Marbles) and the Vellai Seedai (Sweet Rice Marbles) are made on this special festival for the Lord Krishna. Here are more recipes for the festivals Maharashtrian Gopalkala Recipe (Curd Poha With Fruits) Aval Payasam Recipe  Instant Kalakand Recipe (Indian ...

Vellai Seedai or Cheedai (A Gokulashtami Recipe)

Vellai Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami. This festival is the most popular festivals amongst the Hindus. The Uppu Seedai (Salted Crisp Rice Marbles) and the Vellai Seedai (Sweet Rice Marbles) are made on this special festival for the Lord Krishna. Here are more festival recipes to try Radhaballabhi Recipe  Mullu Murukku (Chakkali Recipe ) Gopalkala Recipe (Janmashtami Special) Easy ...

Kobbari Kudumulu Recipe (Indian Spiced Steamed Rice Balls)

Kobbari Kudumulu also called as Undrallu is a traditional dish that is prepared in Andhra Pradesh during Vinayaka Chaturthi which is Indian Spiced Steamed Rice Balls. Each family has their own set of neivedhyam dishes to offer to Lord Ganesha during the chavithi pooja. Kudumulu are the most common ones that are prepared in most families. This kobbari kudumulu recipe is the salted version that used rice rava and coconut. If you like this recipe, here are few more tea time snack recipes Baked ...

Soya Beans Paniyaram Recipe (Pan Fried Soy Fritters)

Soya Beans Paniyaram is a delicious and healthy snack made from soy granules and a can of mixed beans. It makes a perfect tea time snack or even a lunch box snack for kids. The soya beans paniyaram recipe is protein packed dish and nutritious at the same time flavorful and perfect when served along with some ginger tea. If you like this recipe, here are more recipes to make during tea time Baked Mathri Recipe (Non Fried Tea Time Snack) Papdi Recipe Methi Khakra Recipe (Gujarati Savory ...

Keerai Vadai Recipe (Spinach & Bengal Gram Fritters)

Keerai means greens and Vadai means fritters. Keerai Vadai or the fritters can be made using variety of greens. Spinach, dill and fenugreek being the most common. These crispy fritters are very simple to make and can be made in advance. You can even freeze them, making it easier to enjoy it whenever you desire. Serve Keerai Vadai with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney, Tomato Garlic Chutney or any other chutney of your choice. It makes a great rainy season snack. If you like this recipe, you can also try ...

Stuffed Potato Cutlet Recipe With Mint Mayo

Potato cutlets is a delicious and easy to make starter dish. It is perfect as a party starter or an evening snacks. It’s made using mashed potatoes, bread crumbs, coriander leaves, oregano, and spices. To make cutlet even more amazing for kids and adults alike, I stuffed in Del Monte’s Mint Mayo along with some cheese and turned out to be very delicious. This mouth watering snack can be served with green coriander chutney or tomato ketchup. These Stuffed Potato Cutlet are crunchy on the outside, ...

Spicy Crunchy Masala Idli Recipe

Spicy Crunchy Masala Idly recipe is an easy dish made from left over idlis flavored with bell peppers, mint leaves and coriander. They can be eaten either as an evening snack or for morning breakfast or even as an appetizer for the party. Here are few more snack recipes to try Baked Masala Dal Vada Recipe Mixed Vegetable Curry Roll Recipe Apple Roses Recipe With Homemade Puff Pastry Sheets (Eggless)

Kothimbir Vadi Recipe (Maharashtrian Coriander Fritters)

Kothimbir vadi is a crispy fritter made from coriander leaves and chickpea flour. It’s a favorite Maharashtrian snack which is served as a side dish during meals. It is also a perfect tea time snack. at home we love to eat Kothimbir vadi with hot tea during monsoon season. Serve Kothimbir vadi along with date tamarind chutney or green chutney during teatime. Here are more snack recipes to try Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe  Oriya Kancha Kadali Bara Recipe  Crispy Masala Peanuts Recipe (Gujarati ...

Vagharela Rotli Recipe (Roti Ka Poha)

Vaghareli Rotli or Roti Ka Poha is a flat bread crumble seasoned with asafoetida, red chillies and curry leaves, that makes a perfect breakfast or a tea time snack. A delicious dish made from leftover Rotli’s (Phulka's, Puris, Chapati's, Tawa Paratha).  The Rotli’s are either cut into small pieces or torn by hand and then tossed in seasoning that is filled with texture and flavor. Serve this dish along with bowl of fruits and a hot cup of Cha. The dish also tastes great when topped ...

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 ...

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 ...

     
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