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Bengali Snacks recipes
Last Updated : Apr 13,2018
Snacks are had in the evening with tea, or any time during the day to kill a sudden hunger pang. Like most others, Bengali cuisine too has two types of snacks – freshly prepared ones as well as jar snacks. This section has a range of must-try snacks like the Jowar Til Nimki and Meva Moodi.
Paneer Bhapa is a unique snack, which gets an inimitable flavour by virtue of being cooked inside banana leaf pockets. Cottage cheese that has been marinated in lemon juice is coated with a tongue-tickling masala of coconut and mustard, wrapped in banana leaves and cooked for a few minutes till the flavours fuse.
Crunchy salted dry fruits and puffed rice coated with melted jaggery tossed in pure desi ghee. Crisp and chewy, this is best savoured with your fingers while it is still warm. Meva Moodi snack derives its origin from the streets of Calcutta. Meethi moodi essentially means sweetened puffed rice or mamra. A special kind of jaggery called Nalini Gur is used for it.
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Pyazi, Healthy Bengali Snack by Tarla Dalal
Feeling glum on a monsoon
day? Set it right with mouth-watering Pyazi! A traditional Bengali
snack, the Pyazi is deep-fried onion bhajiya with a touch of kalanji.
This recipe here comes with a
Bengali Style Jackfruit Cutlet, Echor Cutlet by Tarla Dalal
You would have surely had cutlets made of potatoes and even Jain
-friendly cutlets made with raw bananas or mixed veggies, but have you ever had cutlets made of raw jackfruit?
This traditional delicacy from Bengal has a unique taste, which is delicious in its ow ....
Nimki Recipe, Bengali Jar Snack by Tarla Dalal
Nimki is an all-time favourite Bengali jar snack, which has a very appetizing flavour and extremely interesting mouth-feel!
Surprisingly, this snack requires only a few ingredients. Made of a plain flour dough flavoured elegantly with cumin and nigella seeds, the Nimki gets its unique texture fr ....
Ghugni, Bengali Style Diabetic Snack by Tarla Dalal
style recipe which is enjoyed as a snack by most. Not being cooked in too much oil, it is healthy.
The masalas and the final touch of coriander, on the other hand, adds to the appeal and taste. It's quite satiating thus avoiding munching on other ....
Healthy Stuffed Luchi, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Stuffed Luchi is an all-time favourite snack, which Bengalis can fit into any meal – breakfast, lunch or snacks! It is made so commonly in Bengali households.
The traditional version is made of refined flour dough, stuffed with a tasty mix of moong dal and spices, and deep-fried to perfection.
Bengali Style Veg Chops, Healthy Low Salt Snack by Tarla Dalal
Chops is a cutlet-like snack that is very popular in Bengal. This is a healthy, vegetarian version of this evergreen snack, made with a medley of yummy veggies like potatoes, beetroot and carrots perked up with onions and spices to make it super tasty!
Here, we have made the Bengali Style Veg Ch ....
Matarsutir Kochuri, Healthy Bengali Snack by Tarla Dalal
A delicacy from the kitchens of Bengal, this kochuri is made using a dough of two flours with a green peas filling.
The flavours of aniseeds, kalonji and pepper mingle together in the stuffing to create a truly zesty bite! This is a filling snack, with the goodness of whole wheat and jowar flour ....
Oats Nimki, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Nimki is a crunchy, diamond-shaped savoury Bengali
snack. It is characterised by its crispness and appetizing flavour of cumin and pepper.
It can be enjoyed plain, or with tongue-tickling green chutney
green chutney. ....
Paneer Bhapa, Bengali Paneer Bhapa Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Paneer Bhapa is a unique snack, which gets an inimitable flavour by virtue of being cooked inside banana leaf pockets. Cottage cheese that has been marinated in lemon juice is coated with a tongue-tickling masala of coconut and mustard, wrapped in banana leaves and cooked for a few minutes till the ....
Palak Til Jowar Nimki by Tarla Dalal
Small though it is, sesame is a treasure trove of iron, resplendent with a rich aroma too. Here, we have combined til and palak with a dough of jowar and whole wheat flour, to make a modified version of the traditional Bengali nimki. It is also interesting to note that we have cooked the Palak Til J ....
Jowar Til Nimki, How To Make Jowar Til Nimki by Tarla Dalal
Jowar Til Nimki is a mouth-watering snack with the rustic flavour of jowar flour, the inviting aroma of til seeds, and the spicy touch of peppercorns.
The traditional Bengali version of this snack is made with maida and deep-fried too. We have turned it into a healthy treat by replacing maida wi ....
Meva Moodi by Tarla Dalal
Crunchy salted dry fruits and puffed rice coated with melted jaggery tossed in pure desi ghee. Crisp and chewy, this is best savoured with your fingers while it is still warm. This snack derives its origin from the streets of Calcutta. Meethi moodi essentially means sweetened puffed rice or mamra. ....
Bread Aloo Chaat, Bengali Street Food by Tarla Dalal
A delicacy from the streets of Calcutta, the Bread Aloo Chaat is a chatpata treat with a blast of flavours and multiple textures.A layer of sliced bread is topped with a flavourful potato mixture, and served with a garnish of peanuts, coconut and sev.
While the chutneys and spice powders give th ....
Palak Jeera Nimki by Tarla Dalal
A non-fried version of the famous Bengali
snack, you will love to bite into this Palak Jeera Nimki at tea-time
While the traditional version is usually made of refined flour (maida), which is ....
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