Have you tried any Indian snacks?
Who loves snacks! Indian snacks particularly! Indian snacks are the best.
They are tangy, hot, spicy and full of flavours.
When you get some Indian snacks abroad, that happiness is just priceless. Why compromise on taste? Indulge in the best of Indian snacks,
Murukku is a South Indian savoury, crunchy snack that is majorly made of rice flour and lentils. In Indian households, it is so popular, that we have it as a cup of tea in the late afternoon. If you haven't tried it, you have to try it!
Kovai coconut milk murukku:
Thengai Paal Muruku. In my native place Pollachi & in most parts of the Coimbatore district, Murukku is prepared in almost all the houses during the Pongal festival. I tried this murukku for the first-time adding coconut milk instead of water. It was so delicious with the nice aroma of coconut milk. Not only tasty, but it is also easy to prepare with simple steps. The aroma of coconut milk in this murukku just makes your mouth drool!
Kara Sev is typically thick in texture and is mainly prepared with gram flour, cumin, seed, salt, Garlic, Red chilli, Asafoetida and a majority of black pepper. Wonderful snack for health and spice lovers. Here it is fried till it becomes crispy and puffed. Serve this Kara sev with a cup of hot tea or coffee for evening snacks.
Thattai is a popular fried snack which keeps you occupied munching all the time. This Tamil cuisine is a lip-smacking savoury snack made with rice flour, urad dal, herbs and spices. The dough is then patted on a flat disk and covered with a dry clean cloth with fingers greased with ghee or oil. The batter is deep-fried into the hot oil. You can have this scrumptious snack with tea in the evening.
Indulge in our homemade special madras mixture with a combination of oma podi, kara sev, kara boondi, curry leaves, fried puffed rice, Channa dal, roasted peanuts and fried cashews. This is popularly used in house parties or gifts during Diwali. You can also use it as an all-year-round snack for tea time. It is one of the most common snacks in South India.
Spicy diamond-cut biscuit is one of the most addictive savoury snacks of south India. This Maida or flour biscuit is one of the best kid-approved snacks which is also suitable for elder family members. These biscuits got their name due to the diamond shape they are cut into and are a common snack during the Diwali festival. There are only a handful of ingredients like salt, carom seeds, red chilli powder, and oil to fry to make these biscuits.
Banana or plantain chips is a fried snack recipe made with green raw banana or kaccha Khela. What we love about the Kerala Banana chips is the aroma of coconut oil in which they are deep-fried. The chips get their flavour from the salted water while frying in the oil. It is a speciality snack of Kerala which is available during the festival of Onam with ease.
Tapioca chips :
Tapioca chips chilly is one of the best varieties of savoury delights, crispy, tasty, and super spicy snacks. These delicious chips will surely hit your taste buds. A common snack from South India is made by deep-frying thinly sliced tapioca in coconut oil. Compared to regular potato chips, the crunchiness in these chips Is tremendous.
These snacks are the perfect accompaniment for afternoon tea time, with your favourite lager or cocktails. They are sweet, spicy, additive and authentic to taste. The snacks will remind us a lot of our house gatherings with the Indian festival season imminent. These types of snacks are available on our site now.