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 Indian Snacks to Carry While Travelling Abroad





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Almost everybody likes to take along some food when they travel. For some, it is a necessity – they might not eat outside due to religious reasons, or their health might not permit it. When you are on a long train journey, or you are travelling in remote areas, you might not be able to find food properly at meal-times, so you surely need to carry along some snacks as a stop-gap. For others, food is fun! They cannot think of spending a few days or hours without crunchy snacks .

This article will help you solve your food dilemmas while travelling. Apart from theplas , which can be had as a meal itself, we have also introduced you to some super-tasty but satiating snacks like the Bhadang Murmura and the Poha Chivda . Snacks like Chakli and Khakhra are all-time favourites that need no introduction. Tea-time, even when travelling, will be incomplete without them. For those who travel abroad frequently, recipes like the Methi Thepla are a boon as they can stock them up in the fridge and have homely food once in a while.

We have given you a selection of recipes in this article, but you can find many more choices on our website too. Keep in mind that the dry snacks will stay fresh for longer than a week, but the theplas will last only for two days at room temperature. You must also add lots of oil while cooking to avoid the theplas from becoming dry and spoiling sooner. If done the right way, recipes like the Methi Theplas will stay fresh in the fridge for almost 15 days. Take some of these foods along when you travel. They will not only keep you hunger-free but also fill your heart with love from home!


Indian Snacks To Carry While Travelling Abroad

Nothing like theplas to carry along on a journey. Not only are they very tasty with the superb flavour and aroma of methi, they are also satiating and convenient. To make these theplas we have used a whole wheat flour dough with a large assortment of taste-giving ingredients ranging from green c ....
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Pop a spoonful into your mouth and savour the crunchiness of this delectable snack! An assortment of ingredients ranging from poha and peanuts to cashews and curry leaves gives this Poha Chivda a range of textures, while a choice of spice powders gives it a nice savoury aroma and flavour. While it i ....
Masala Puri, one of my favourite anytime-munchies, this recipe will surely be an instant hit amongst weight-watchers. Masala Puris, which are usually fried, have been modified into this low-cal version by baking. You can use these puris to make Sev Pur ....
Scrumptious to the core, this flavourful snack is made of puffed rice perked up with garlic, green chillies and curry leaves. The most interesting aspect of the Bhadang Murmura, however, is the use of crunchy peanuts, which contrast beautifully with the texture and flavour of the murmura, to give yo ....
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Chaklis are an indispensable snack for the Diwali season! Not only are they ideal to accompany the sweets you share with friends and family, but they also come in handy when you want to have a quick snack with tea. Made of spiced rice flour bound by curds and butter to make a soft dough, chaklis are ....
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For Gujaratis, Diwali is incomplete without Farsi Puri. This deep-fried dry snack has evergreen fanfare, and you will understand why if you just try it once. It is made with common ingredients and is easy to make, but it has a melt-in-the-mouth texture because of the addition of semolina and ghee to ....
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Mini Nachni and Bajra Khakhra is a crispy snack that is full of Iron and fun! Loaded with iron-rich nachni and Bajra Flour, this snack also scores high ....
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A traditional tea-time snack often made during festive occasions, Shakarpara is – much to the joy of amateurs – also very easy to make! While there are several ways of making this mildly-sweet snack, this recipe is one of the easiest to follow.Remember to fry them over a slow flame so that the ....
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The Sev Murmura features a mix of two all-time favourites – sev and kurmura – in a handy dry form. In this scrumptious Gujarati jar snack, the sev and puffed rice are sautéed in oil with a dash of spices. This helps the flavours to sink in well, and also kee ....
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Aromatic, spicy and flavourful, but very kid-friendly, these Moong Dal crispies make a wonderful snack to send in your kids’ tiffin box. You can make a large batch and store it in an airtight container for around a week, so you can serve it up to your kids whenever they are struck by a sudden hunger ....
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Indian Snacks to Carry While Travelling Abroad
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 on 23 Feb 17 05:58 PM


My family never eat outside food when traveling due to health reasons and we always carry some snacks like as Poha Chivda, Bhadang Murmura,Methi Thepla thanks for providing above Indian Snacks to Carry While Travelling recipes
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Tarla Dalal    Thank you for the information Simran and delighted to hear to hear from your side. Happy Cooking!!!
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24 Feb 17 09:02 AM