Today’s recipe is ‘Khandvi’. It is a very popular snack recipe from Gujarat. It is one of my favourite snacks from the Gujarati cuisine. Khandvi is basically thin gram flour and yoghurt strips which are rolled and then tempered with green chillies and mustard seeds. It is also popular in Maharashtra, there it is known as Patuli and Dahivadi.
Today’s recipe is ‘Dahi Papdi Chaat’. Chaat in India is one of the most common and popular street food in India. I have shared many varieties of chaat on my blog. Here is one more recipe of chaat for you, papdi chaat. It is very delicious and easy to prepare chaat. Dahi and papdi combination is an integral part of many chaat recipes, so let’s prepare something in which both are playing the main role instead of side role :D.
Dahi Papdi Chaat
Today’s recipe is ‘Chilli Cheese Sandwich’. Sandwiches are my favorite snack and breakfast recipe. This particular one is another easy and quick recipe of sandwich which I love. Easy and quick recipes are always my first choice when it comes to breakfast or snack dishes. This particular sandwich is very popular street food in Mumbai. You can also pack this sandwich in your kid’s lunchbox.
Chili Cheese Sandwich
Today’s recipe is ‘Bhutte Ke Pakore’. Bhutte ke pakore is also known as corn pakora or corn fritters. Monsoon is at its peak, and corns are easily available in the market. I love corn dishes, plain corn, bhutte ki sabzi and corn chaat etc. Make your tea-time more delicious this monsoon with bhutte ke pakore. Serve these fritters with chutney or ketchup of your choice.
Bhutte ke Pakore
Today’s recipe is ‘Karela Chips’. Crunchy and crispy chips recipe of bitter gourd. We popularly call it karela here in India.It is a recipe of chips which even diabetic person can enjoy without worrying about health. Monsoon is one season, where you can enjoy every type of fried snack. You can even store this chips in an air-tight container just like your potato chips/wafers.