BM# 73: Week 2/ Day 2 Theme: Flavors of India Dish: Boondhi Mixture — Amma’s Recipe For the second day of ‘Flavors of India’, I have this very crunchy and addictive snack, boondhi mixture that my mom used to make very frequently while we were growing up. I never made it myself because I’m (too lazy,…
Spicy, tangy and absolutely delicious Potato Chaat, a very popular Mumbai street food.
Traditional Bhelpuri jazzed up with some colorful veggies. This snack is sweet, tangy, spicy and salty — all at the same time.
Simple and addictive Baby Corn Roast that takes just a few minutes to cook. It can be served as an appetizer or snack.
Mixed Vegetable Paniyaram/ Ponganalu are made with either idli batter or dosa batter and mixed vegetables. These can be served for breakfast or snack with chutney.
Alasanda vada or Black eyed peas croquettes are a traditional South Indian fried snack. They are crispy on the outside and fluffy inside.
Recipe for steamed Palak-Methi muthiyas. These are great as an evening snack or stirred into curries. Muthiyas are first steamed and then shallow-fried until crispy on the outside.
Quick Pan Handvo — Recipe to make popular Gujarati snack instantly — this is a filling and delicious dish that is crispy on the outside and soft inside. Serve with green chutney.
Recipe to make crispy and crunchy tea time snack, Nimki aka Namkeen aka Namak Para. Traditionally these namkeen are made with all purpose flour, but I added some wholewheat flour to add some fiber and nutrition. I also added some chaat masala for some extra flavor.
This is a perfect recipe for crispy and crunchy snack. With just a few ingredients and few minutes, you have a freshly made snack that is sure to please everyone.