Indian Snack Recipes: While India will be going into a celebration mode for the upcoming two months as Major festivals like Navratri, Dussehra, and Diwali are just around the corner. Indian Festive season is the epitome of the gathering of people be it about family or friends. Snacks have been an integral part of the celebrations for ages. Here with the medium of this article, we have compiled a list of the best Indian Snack recipes that can be cooked very easily this festive season.
Each state of India has a diversified taste but there are some extremely popular and delicious snacks that are made all over India.
Mathri: Made Up Of Semolina (Suji) and Refined Flour(Maida) Mathri originated from Rajasthan. This snack is extremely popular across India due to its crispness and saltiness. These crunchy small disks are offered with tea or coffee generally.
Khasta Kachori: Talking about Indian Snacks and ignoring Khasta Kachori would be an unfair treatment. This popular Indian deep-fried Snack is made up of wheat flour, salt and fillings of veggies and aromatic spices. Khasta Kachori can be best paired with Aloo Ki Sabji and Pudiney Ki Chutney.
Aloo Papad: A Popular Sun-dried potato crisp snack, Aloo Papad is widely made across India during the festivals. In this recipe, the potatoes are boiled and messed with cumin, salt and other spices and left out for drying sunlight. After they turn into a small disk, they are deep fried into oil and served with the garnishing of Chat Masala or Red Chilli Powder Over.
Shakarpara: Shakarpara is a popular Indian sweet snack made during the festivals like Diwali, Dussehra and Holi. This snack is made up of all-purpose flour, and sugar syrup. The dough is made and later on, cut into small cubes and deep-fried into oil and served as a tea time snack.
Namakpara: A salted version of Shakarpara, Namakpara is made up o2023f Salt, whole wheat flour or semolina. A dough is made with the help of water and cut into small cubes and later on deep fried into oil and served as a tea time snack. Namakpara is widely prepared despite festivals too. One can find this snack easily in North Indian households.
Written By: Ishan Singh