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.
The Achari Aloo Kathi Roll with Hummus and Yogurt Dip is packed with flavours from Punjabi Achari Masala tossed in roasted potatoes giving it a chatpata taste. The addition of a spicy Hummus and a garlic yogurt dip packs the Kathi roll with protein and taste.
Serve the Achari Aloo Kathi Roll with Hummus and Yogurt Dip as a wholesome dinner for you and your family.
The Paneer Tikka Kathi Roll Recipe is a classic Indian Street Food snack that you can find in the streets of North India. Even Kolkata has its own set of Kolkata Egg Rolls that are a classic favorite at home.
These rolls are traditionally made with a lot of maida and cooked in a lot of oil and then wrapped into a roll along with a favorite filling. In this recipe of the Kathi roll, I have made the Wrap Dough with whole wheat flour and then filled it with a chatpata Paneer Tikka Masala which ...
Matar Kachori, a native to Rajasthan is a flaky, crisp, traditionally deep fried pastry filled with spicy peas filling. Here I have baked these Kachori in the oven and believe me, it was as delicious as the deep fried ones.
Make these Baked Matar Kachori at home for your tea time parties or evening snacks and impress your family and friends.
Serve this delicious and tasty Baked Matar Kachori with Tamarind Chutney or Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and a hot cup of Masala Chai or your evening snacks, ...
Matar Kachori, a native to Rajasthan is a flaky, crisp, deep fried pastry filled with spicy peas filling. Make these Kachoris at home for your tea time parties or evening snacks and impress your family and friends.
Serve this delicious and tasty Matar Kachori with Tamarind Chutney or Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and a hot cup of Masala Chai or your evening snacks, as an Indian appetizer for potluck and as starters for dinner parties.
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Shankarpali also known as Shakkar Para is a traditional Diwali Snack usually made during festivities like Diwali. This crunchy, flaky deep-fried snack is also a great tea time snack.
A pre-made stock of Shakkar Para is also a very handy munching snack for the ever hungry kids! Shakkar Para can be made savoury as well as sweet. For this sweet version, lightly sweetened wheat dough with jaggery is rolled out and cut into diamonds or squares and then deep fried till crisp.
For crisp Shakkar Para roll ...
Namak Para is a traditional savory cracker made from maida and flavoured with ajwain and ghee. This recipe the Namal para is made from whole wheat flour and as a delicious texture and taste.
This super delicious tea time snack is easy to make and requires just staple ingredients.
Enjoy Namak Para Recipe with hot Masala Chai as an evening snack or as a festive snack for Diwali.
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North East Khapse
Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe is a favorite banana fritters from Kerala made from Nendra Pazham The Pazham Pori 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 golden brown and crispy.
Serve the Kerala Pazham Pori Recipe as a Tea Time Snack or make it for the festival of Onam.
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Bajji or Pakoras are fried gram flour vegetable fritter where the raw vegetables dipped in a spiced gram flour batter and deep fried until golden brown.
The bajji can be made with any vegetable. Although the favorites vegetables are thinly sliced raw green plantain, thinly sliced potatoes, thinly sliced ringed onions, cauliflower florets and sliced green capsicum. But definitely, you are welcome to experiment with a variety of vegetables. You can also experiment with a range of spices for the dipping ...
Ghugni is a very popular street food of Calcutta. The Ghugni is made from dried white peas and spiced up with a special masala called moodi masala. Almost every street corner will have ghugni or jhaal muri and both of these have something in common and that's the Muri Masala. The Muri masala is a blend of roasted condiments and spices in specific proportions and I have a recipe on my website for you to look up on how exactly to make this masala.
Serve the Calcutta Ghugni along with thinly sliced ...
Samosas are crusty deep fried cones filled with spiced potatoes that are eaten as a tea time snack with Khajur Imli Ni Chutney or Dhania Pudina Ni Chutney or plain old tomato ketchup. They look complicated and difficult to make, but once you get the knack, these are quick to make and even more quick to eat. My mother-in-law loves to store the half fried Samosas in the freezer and fry them fresh to crispness and serve them for the afternoon Chai.
Serve the Samosas with Mint Chutney and Date ...
Dabeli is India’s answer to the western burger that is popularly sold on the streets of Gujarat. The pav buns are stuffed with a sweet and spicy potato mixture topped with onions, pomegranate, and fresh Lehsun Chutney and Sev.
Serve the Dabeli as a tea time snack or for a chaat party along with Sev Puri Recipe and Dahi Bhalla Papdi Chaat Recipe when you have some friends and family over.
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Here is a lip smacking recipe of Tandoori Aloo Tikka that is packed with flavours from ginger, garlic, chaat masala, mint leaves and the special coal smoking method which gives it that flavour of Tandoori Style Potatoes. The coal smoking method gives it that added tandoori touch, do don't miss that step.
Serve the Tandoori Aloo Tikka as an appetizer for parties along with Lacha Pyaz & Green chutney
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Banarasi Tamatar Chaat Recipe is a delicious chaat recipe, that is sure to have a burst of flavours in your mouth. This Banarasi Tamatar Chaat Recipe is an unique chaat with no addition of teekhi or meethi chutney.
This chat is a mish-mash of an onion-tomato-potato mixture seasoned with pav bhaji masala, finished off with crispy namak para. Namak Para is a deep fried biscuit like, savoury snack that adds a difference to this chaat.
Follow this recipe to make the Namak ...
You will absolutely love these delicious Papdi also popularly known as kadak puri in gujarat. They are made from whole wheat flour and have a delicate blend of flavours which make it great for making chaats as well as having it along with chai. 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.
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Mullu Murukku Recipe is a very traditional recipe that is made during festivities like Diwali, Gokulashtami. It makes a perfect tea time snack with a hot cup of South Indian filter coffee. It is also known as Chakli in Marathi and Kannada and Chakri in Gujarati, is a savoury snack popular in India and elsewhere among ethnic Indian populations. Murukku is believed to have originated in Tamil Nadu.
Serve the Mullu Murukku Recipe as a tea time snack or make it for festivals to share ...
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
Mullu Murukku (Chakkali Recipe )
Gopalkala Recipe (Janmashtami Special)
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.
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The Dahi Ke Kebab is a classic Mughlai appetizer that can make you a star in your parties. The kebab recipe that used greek yogurt (hung curd), flavoured along with saffron and a minimum set of spices and given a binding with a little paneer and cheese that brings out the delicious taste of the kebab.
Serve Dahi Ke Kebab along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for a house party.
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Moong Matar Kebab Recipe
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 ...
Grilled Cheese Chocolate Sandwich Recipe is a popular sandwich available in the street stalls of Mumbai. These sandwiches are so delicious that you can't stop at one.
I have used Britannia Mexican Chilli Cheese Spread which has a slight note of spiciness to it. You can use any chocolate or chocolate spread of your choice. I grated the milk chocolate and added them to the sandwich. Then there is grated Britannia cheese which is also added along with the spread and baked.
Maddur Vada Recipe is a very popular savory fritter originated from a town called Maddur in the Mandya district of Karnataka. It is made usually from semolina, rice flour and whole wheat flour and is flavored and spiced with some curry leaves, onions and green chilies. The dough is the pat on the hand and deep fried.
The Maddur is found to be very famous because, the town maddur lies between Bangalore and Mysore. So therefore people travelling to Mysore relish these vada as a snack in the train ...
Huruli Sundal also known as Kollu Sundal or Horse Gram Sundal is a very nutritious dish that is packed with flavour and taste. Made from Horse Gram/ Huruli/ Kollu, this dish is rich in proteins and very beneficial for cold, cough and phlegm related problems. Try making the kollu sundal recipe and getting it into your weekly menu. This will ensure that your family gets the wholesome benefits of the horse gram.
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Mushroom Poha Cutlets Recipe is a delicious and filling snack or party appetizer that is made with poha as a binder and plenty of mushrooms blended along. Spices like ginger, chillies, garam masala, chaat masala, amchur, coriander and more are put to enhance the flavour of this high protein cutlets.
These are shallow fried instead of deep frying them and hence are a healthier version of cutlets as well. You can also pack these for your kids' snack box along with tomato sauce and chopped cucumbers ...
Pyaz Kachori Chaat Recipe is a a popular North Indian Chaat recipe which is made with hot flaky crispy kachoris filled with a masaledar onion and potato filling, topped with creamy curd, crunchy sev and sweet, spicy chutneys.
Each bite has a flavour combination of sweet, spicy and savoury which leaves you wanting more. This recipe is a good snack for kitty parties, birthday parties and festivals like Holi or just any other get-together you plan to host, as it can be easily prepared ahead of ...