Category Archives: Snacks

Baingan pakora recipe – How to make baingan pakora/brinjal fritters recipe

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Pakoras are classic and popular snack enjoyed all over India.  Baingan pakora or brinjal fritters  is a tasty teatime snack made with brinjals which is not only easy but simple to make too.  It is best served hot with a cup of tea  and spices added to it gives a good taste.  Rice flour when

Sweet corn cheese sandwich recipe – How to make corn cheese sandwich recipe – sandwich recipes

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Sweet corn cheese sandwich is a simple and delicious snack made with sweet corns and  seasoned with spices and cheese.  It makes up for a perfect tea-time snack along with hot cup of tea or coffee.  It can be also eaten at any time of the day.  You can make this sandwich quickly too, as it

Tamarind poha or Gojjavalakki or puli aval recipe – How to make tamarind poha recipe – Karnataka recipes

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Tamarind poha is a tasty and simple snack or breakfast dish made with flattened rice (poha) and tamarind and mixed with spices.  This recipe comes in handy, when you do not have idli dosa batter or want to try a variety dish with poha.  Tamarind poha is also a healthy dish, as flattened rice is

Soya chunks cutlet recipe – How to make soya chunks patties/cutlets/meal maker cutlet recipe – easy evening snacks

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Soya chunks is a healthy and tasty snack or starter which has soya chunks and potatoes as the main ingredients.  They are not only nutritious but also a delicious snack which can be had at any time of the day. Soya chunks or nuggets are full of proteins and rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients proven

Idli chilli recipe – How to make idli chilli recipe – Indian snacks recipes | easy idli recipes

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Idli chilli is a very delicious snack made with leftover idlis.  You can also use fresh regular idlis or mini idlis for this recipe.  Idli chilli is also a easy snack which can be prepared in less than half an hour.  You can have it as a breakfast dish or as an evening snack or as an

Idli varieties – Collection of 12 idli recipes – South Indian breakfast recipes

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Idli is a traditional and a very popular breakfast in South Indian households. It is a savoury and steamed dish and made by steaming a batter consisting of  de-husked fermented black lentils (urad dal) and rice. The fermentation process breaks down the starches so that they are more readily metabolized by the body.  There are many varieties of

Collection of sandwich recipes – Indian sandwich recipes

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A sandwich is a food consisting of vegetables or sliced cheese  between slices of bread or any dish wherein two pieces of bread serve as a wrapper.  Sandwiches are widely popular in Indian households and is served warm or cold as desired.  They are best served with coriander chutney, mint chutney or tomato ketchup along with a

Masala idli recipe – How to make masala idli recipe – breakfast recipes

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Masala idli is a quick  South Indian snack recipe made with idlis, onions, tomatoes and mixed with spices.  It makes up for a great meal for lunch box too.  Masala idli is not only a healthy and delicious breakfast dish, but also a good twist to the regular plain idli.  There are variety of recipes that can

Medu vada recipe – How to make south indian medu vada (urad dal vada) recipe – South Indian snacks

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Medu vada is  a very popular South Indian snack or fritter made from black lentils or urad dal.  It is usually made in doughnut shape with a crispy exterior and soft interior.  Medu vada is best served with sambar and coconut chutney and generally eaten as a breakfast or a snack.  ‘Medu’ is a kannada

Soya chunks manchurian recipe – How to make soya manchurian recipe – soya chunks recipes

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Soya chunks Manchurian is a healthy and tasty dish prepared with coated soya chunks cooked in chinese sauces.  Soya chunks or nuggets are full of proteins and rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients proven to help lower cholesterol and loss of bone mass.  Soya is strongly recommended for diabetics,  growing children, weight-watchers and the aged.