Indian Dry Jar Snack Recipes, 14 Popular Snacks in a Jar
Indian Jar snack recipes. It is not always possible to head into the kitchen and whip up a snack every time you are hungry! This makes it essential to keep some dry snacks or farsaans handy in jars, so you can munch on something interesting like Khari Biscuit and Banana Pepper Wafers with your tea, or when you are hungry between meals.
Khari Biscuit, Puff Pastry Biscuits
Jar snacks are preferred by many as they can be made when time permits and enjoyed when hunger strikes. Most jar snacks are also crunchy and thus enjoyed. Traditional Indian jar snacks like Murukku and Bhadang Murmura described in this section can be made in bulk and stored in dry, airtight snacks for many days, ready to enjoy when you wish to!
Baked Palak Jowar Murukku
Explore more jar snacks with us here…
1. Chips tops the list of jar snacks. Not only kids but adults also love them. It is very easy to finish a jar of chips while chatting with friends or watching TV. And if they are homemade like delectable Yellow Banana Chips, then the enjoyment doubles.
Yellow Banana Chips
2. Kids or adults everyone loves popcorn. A mix of caramel and cheese popcorn is my favourite snack to munch while watching movies at the theatres. What if I tell you, you can make the same crunchy caramel popcorns at home? Yes, check out our recipe given below and fill your house with this mesmerizing aroma of Cheese Popcorn.
Cheese Popcorn ( Finger Foods for Kids )
3. Chakli is another Indian snack which has umpteen variants. From Whole Wheat Flour Chakli to Rice Flour Chakli can be made. The dough of wheat flour chakli is steamed whereas the rice flour chakli is instant. Experiment as per your choice.
Whole Wheat Flour Chakli Recipe, Jar Snack
4. Poha Chivda is a must on every Gujarati household, not just during Diwali but it’s an everyday fare for them. It is made from an assortment of ingredients ranging from poha, roasted urad dal and peanuts to cashews and curry leaves. Pop a spoonful into your mouth and savour the crunchiness of this popular Indian jar snack. As a variation also try Corn Flakes Chivda – this is kids favourite.
5. Indian dry jar snacks like the Crispy Pasta Snack, are other delectable snacks which you can pack in your kid’s tiffin box for short breaks. We are sure they will return home with empty tiffins and big smiles.
Crispy Pasta Snack ( Tiffin Treats)
6. Crispy puris are favourite tea time snacks. Yes, you are right we are talking about the Crispy Masala Puri, which is made with the simplest of the ingredients but doesn’t fail to please the taste buds of kids to adults.
Crispy Masala Puri, Jar Snack, Tea Time
7. For the state of Maharashtra and city of Pune originates the famous jar snack Bhakarwadi. Not very easy to make, but can be mastered with practice. Follow our step by step method and video to expertise it. We have chalked down the perfect combination of masalas to entice you.
8. We cannot miss out on Teekha Gathiya when we discuss jar snacks. Made with besan and spiced up with only carom seeds and chilli powder, upon frying the flavour and aroma of this jar snack is irresistible. Some also love to add garlic paste to these gathiya.
9. A famous pop-up munchie is Seedai - South Indian Deep Fried Jar Snack. The right mix of urad flour and rice flour gives the Seedai an exciting crunch, while ingredients like black sesame and coconut add to the taste. In no time the jar will be found empty, this is our guarantee.
Seedai, Baked South Indian Jar Snack
10. Khakhra is another popular Indian jar snack. The supermarkets and even small shops in India stock up on this jar snack. It is time consuming, but rather a healthier option than other deep-fried snack. Moreover, it is satiating too.
You can make your version at hom easily. Try Masala Khakhra and Oats Khakhra. Pack it in dabba for work or school.
Mini Oats Khakhra
11. Baking is not restricted to cakes and loaves of bread.
Almond Biscuits, Almond Butter Biscuits
You can even bake delights like Almond Biscuits and Flax Seed Shakarpara which are not only tasty but also, healthy. Also, you can make them in large quantities in a baking tray and save a lot of time and efforts.
Flax Seed Shakarpara, Diabetic Friendly
12. Ever wondered how are the Rusk – the toasts made? Here’s the secret. Make it in your own kitchen, store them in a big dabba and then sit back and enjoy with family and friends at tea time.
Rusk, Eggless Indian Homemade Tea Toast
13. Crisp and spicy Besan Masala Peanuts are very popular all over India. They are flavoured in different ways – in the North, they are made with a slightly tangy flavour, while in the South it is more of spice than tang, but irrespective of the seasoning, the snack itself is very famous and much-loved by Indians.
Besan Masala Peanuts, Microwave Besan Masala Groundnut
14. As a kid you must have definitely yearned for Aloo Bhujia in your dabba at least once a week. It is basically potato sev flavoured with the right mix of masalas. It is the dried mango powder and black salt along with chaat masala which gives you that tangy flavour that you enjoy. Make it, share it and wait for all the applauds.
Aloo Bhujia, Potato Sev, Jar Snack