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South Indian Evening Snacks recipes


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Evening Snacks South Indian Recipes, South Indian Veg Snacks Recipes

We have a large collection of 47 different types of South Indian Snacks. Yes, it's clearly evident that South Indian snacks and the different types of South Indian Evening snacks recipes are super popular not only in South India but all across our lovely country. 

“Tiffin” is a word commonly heard in South India. Tiffin refers to snacks had at breakfast time or in between meals (usually in the evening), with a cup of hot coffee or Masala Chai.

Deep Fried Evening Snacks South Indian

BondaBonda

Who cannot resist South Indian Evening snacks like Urad Dal Bonda which can be served with some sambar. Another delicious bonda variation to make is the Rava Bonda

Ribbon SevRibbon Sev

Ribbon Sev, also known as Ribbon Pakoda, Ola Pakoda or Ottu Pakoda in South India is a broad, ribbon-shaped sev that is super crisp because of the perfect proportioning of rice flour, besan and butter.

Evening Snacks South Indian, Jar Snacks

Kai Murukku
Kai Murukku

Kai Murukku is one of the most famous South Indian jar snacks. Made with a dough of rice and urad, this chakli like snack is shaped entirely by hand, which requires a bit of practice to master.

Baked Ribbon SevBaked Ribbon Sev

Baked Ribbon Sev is so healthy and equally tasty! Made of besan and whole wheat flour, its baked instead of fired to make a perfect jar snack.

Omapodi RecipeOmapodi Recipe

Omapodi is an super popular jar snack in Tamil Nadu. It has withstood the test of time and continues to delight South Indians over decades!

Butter Murruku is a savoury deep fried snack made of rice flour, urad dal and besan. Looks exactly like Chakli.

Popular Evening Snacks South Indian Recipes

Keerai VadaiKeerai Vadai

Keerai Vadai is one of the most popular South Indian evening snacks, enjoyed with a hot cup of filter coffee. It is a crispy dal vada, perked up with chopped amaranth leaves.

ThattaiThattai

Thattai is a flat, round-shaped, deep-fried snack made with a perfect mix of rice flour, urad flour and spices. So wonderful does it taste with tea that you will find even small tea shops stocking this scrumptious deep-fried snack in their glass jars!

Healthy South Indian Evening Snacks

Tava Chana Dal Vadas
Tava Chana Dal Vadas

Instead of deep frying vadas, we have made this healthy Tava Chana Dal Vada which is made of healthy chana dal and cooked crisp on a tava.

Masala VadaiMasala Vadai

The famous South Indian snack becomes unrecognisable in its new tava-cooked avatar! We have modified the traditional, deep-fried Masala Vadai recipe by adding iron and folic acid rich dill leaves, and tava-cooking the vadais.


Enjoy our South Indian Evening Snacks and  South Indian Recipes article below. 

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Kala Chana Sundal, Sundal Recipe
Recipe# 32816
15 Oct 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This is how South Indian love to have their chana, and it’s so tasty that everybody will enjoy it, without a doubt! Cooked kala chana is tempered with mustard, urad dal and other traditional ingredients, and garnished with fresh and juicy grated coconu ....
Bonda, Urad Dal Bonda
Recipe# 32654
26 Jul 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
A scrumptious snack made with a batter of urad spiked up with pepper and curry leaves, Bonda is an evergreen favourite across South India. It can be served as an evening snack with
Baked Ribbon Sev, South Indian Jar Snack
Recipe# 41971
16 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Ribbon sev, made of rice flour and besan is one of the most popular jar snacks in South India. We bring you this famous snack, albeit in a healthier form. Made from a dough of besan and whole wheat flour spruced up with a dash of spices, this Baked Ribbon Sev is so healthy and equally tasty! You ....
Coriander Upma
Recipe# 39001
30 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Nice green colour and flavour. Roast the semolina and prepare the coriander chutney the previous evening and toss up this upma quickly in the morning. Once you have this upma, you will not like plain regular upma.
Ribbon Sev
Recipe# 41058
01 Sep 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Ribbon Sev, also known as Ribbon Pakoda, Ola Pakoda or Ottu Pakoda in South India is a broad, ribbon-shaped sev that is super crisp because of the perfect proportioning of rice flour, besan and butter. The dough for this deep-fried snack is flavoured aptly with chilli powder and asafoetida, which gi ....
Rava Bonda Recipe
Recipe# 42439
09 Oct 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Eager to make bonda but in no mood to soak the stuff, grind the batter, and all? Go for this yummy Rava Bonda, which has a fabulously crispy texture and a peppy flavour, all achieved without any complex or time-consuming procedures. The rava is soaked in curds, perked up with ingredients like on ....
Keerai Vadai, Amaranth Leaves Vada
Recipe# 42445
19 Feb 18

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by Tarla Dalal
Keerai Vadai is one of the most popular South Indian evening snacks, enjoyed with a hot cup of filter coffee. It is a crispy dal vada, perked up with chopped amaranth leaves. Along with onions and usual taste enhancers like ginger, coriander and curry leaves, this recipe also includes fennel see ....
Medu Vada,  South Indian Snack
Recipe# 40192
30 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Most South Indians consider breakfast incomplete without Medu Vada. Whether they have idli , dosa , pongal or upma< ....
Kai Murukku, South Indian Handmade Chakli
Recipe# 42235
01 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Kai Murukku is one of the most famous South Indian jar snacks, and is like an endorsement of one’s cooking skills! Made with a dough of rice and urad, this chakli like snack is shaped entirely by hand, which requires a bit of practice to master. However, it is completely worth the effort because ....
Rasam Dal Vada, South Indian Snack
Recipe# 42210
24 Oct 17

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Crispy dal vadas dunked in hot rasam, this snack is sure to shake you awake! The tangy, spicy flavour of the rasam complements the texture as well as the taste of the chana dal vadas very well, resulting in a wholly satisfying experience! Here, we show you how to make chana dal vadas as well as ....
Omapodi Recipe, South Indian Plain Sev Diwali Snack
Recipe# 42176
13 Oct 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Omapodi is an all-time favourite jar snack in Tamil Nadu. It has withstood the test of time and continues to delight generations of South Indians! It draws a parallel with the North Indian sev, but the flavour of ajwain sets the Omapodi apart from regular sev. In fact, ‘omam’ means ajwain in Tam ....
Tava Chana Dal Vadas
Recipe# 41779
20 May 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Chana Dal Vada, with its crunchy texture and satiating homely flavour is an all-time favourite South Indian snack, commonly served as a starter at parties. W ....
Thattai, Rice Crispies, South Indian Jar Snack
Recipe# 42037
28 Aug 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Thattai is one of the most popular jar snacks in South India. So wonderful does it taste with tea that you will find even small tea shops stocking this scrumptious deep-fried snack in their glass jars! Thattai is a flat, round-shaped, ....
Butter Murruku Recipe, South Indian Jar Snack
Recipe# 42068
19 Apr 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Our Indian cuisine abounds with varieties of jar snacks , which add sparkle to a cup of tea or coffee! One such gem from the South Indian repertoire is Butter Mu ....
Seedai, South Indian Deep Fried Jar Snack
Recipe# 42036
28 Aug 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A scrumptious jar snack made with common everyday ingredients, Seedai is an all-time favourite in South Indian . The dainty ball shape makes this deep-fried jar snack very popular among kids, and ....
Thattai Recipe, Baked Thattai, Jar Snack
Recipe# 41996
03 Nov 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Thattai is one of the most popular South Indian jar snacks, and one that is used as a benchmark for a person’s cooking prowess. The traditional Thattai is made with a dough of roasted rice flour, a dash of urad flour and a couple of flavourful seasonings. Th ....
Seedai, Baked South Indian Jar Snack
Recipe# 42004
03 Nov 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Seedai is a super popular South Indian jar snack, which is inseparable from Janmashtami celebrations in Tamil Nadu. Every household makes a batch of tiny, ball-shaped seedais by deep-frying a dough of rice and urad flours with butter and spices, to offer to ....
Bulgur Wheat Pongal, Low Salt Recipe
Recipe# 42008
18 Aug 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Next only to Idli and Dosa, Pongal is amongst the most popular breakfast recipes in South India. Usually made of rice and moong dal, cooked and spiced up with pepper and cumin seeds, Pongal is quite sumptuous and ensures that you don’t get hungry till lunch time! We have made this popular re ....
Mangalore Banana Puri, Mangalore Buns, Kele ki Puri
Recipe# 41990
19 Apr 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A traditional tea-time treat from Mangalore, the Banana Puri is a delightful dish that you must try at least once. The mild fruity sweetness of the Mangalore Banana Puri is just awesome and tastes great with a cup of piping hot tea ....
Upperi, Raw Banana Sweet Crispies, Recipe for Onam
Recipe# 41913
01 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This is an awe-inspiring snack from the traditional cuisine of Kerala. Crunchy, deep-fried raw banana roundels are bathed in jaggery syrup and coated with powdered sugar to make a crisp and sweet snack with a rustic, traditional taste. The coating of powdered sugar enhances the mouth-feel of the ....
Low Cal Dahi Vada ( Non- Fried Snacks )
Recipe# 33325
20 Apr 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Who would have thought you can make the all-time favourite Dahi Vada without deep frying in oil! Here, we have cooked the flavourful vada batter in a non-stick tava greased with minimal oil, and used this to make delectable chutney-laced Dahi Vadas. Soak and squeeze the vadas just before servin ....
Masala Vadai
Recipe# 39903
28 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
The famous south Indian snack becomes unrecognisable in its new tava-cooked avatar! We have modified the traditional, deep-fried Masala Vadai recipe by adding iron and folic acid rich dill leaves, and tava-cooking the vadais. This delicious snack, made with chana dal is suitable for weight watchers ....
Chatambade, Masala Vade, Chattambade
Recipe# 32667
07 Sep 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The addition of curry leaves, either as a seasoning or a flavouring agent, is a salient feature of South Indian cooking. This South Indian delicacy stands testimony to this, with the distinct flavour and aroma of curry leaves wafting through the air and ....
Broken Wheat Upma, Healthy Breakfast Recipe
Recipe# 4650
13 Oct 17

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 by Tarla Dalal
Broken Wheat Upma, as the name suggests is a nutrient-rich wheat based upma. While the broken wheat brings in loads of dietary fibre and energy, carrot and green peas bring along a wealth of nutrients, especially vitamin A. The veggies also add crunch to an otherwise soft upma. You may also add ....
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