Today’s recipe is ‘Ratalu Pakora’. Ratalu pakora or kand pakora are fritters made from purple yam. You can serve it as a starter or tea-time snack. These fritters can be enjoyed with any chutney/ketchup. I love preparing pakora, as it is my favourite snack after samosa, so I keep trying it with various vegetable options.
Hello foodies !! Today’s recipe is ‘Bhakarwadi’ or bakarwadi . It is a very popular snack from Gujarat and Maharashtra. These two states holds special place in my heart, that’s the reason why I share lots of recipe from Gujarat and Maharashtra. My schooling is from Gujarat and I have spent next 15 years in Mumbai. Let’s get back to the recipe 😀 , bhakarwadi is a spicy and sweet stuffed rolls which are deep-fried and can be stored in an air-tight container for at least 15 days easily.
Poha Cutlets sounds something different, right? They tastes as delicious as aloo tikki, but are more crispy and crunchy then tikki. It is a crunchy tea time snack, perfect as a starter also. This dish gives twist to your aloo tikki. When you are not in mood of having poha, go for this recipe.
Poha Chivda is a very common festive season namkeen (snack). This namkeen or snack can be enjoyed with a cup of tea with family and friends. For this recipe I have used thick poha, you can also opt for thin poha. It is one of my favourite crispy and easy to prepare savoury snack. It is crispy, spicy, tangy and sweet snack.