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Indian Steamed Snacks recipes


Last Updated : Jul 02,2021



स्टीम किए हुए नाश्ते - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Indian Steamed Snacks recipes in Hindi)
બાફેલા નાસ્તા - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Indian Steamed Snacks recipes in Gujarati)

Steamed Snack Recipes, Indian Steamed Snacks, Vegetarian

Steamed Snack Recipes, Indian Steamed Snacks, Vegetarian. As far as cooking goes, steaming is nothing short of a virtue! It is considered a much superior method when compared to deep-frying, and it always comes in handy when you know how to make a couple of steamed snacks.

Quick Rava IdliQuick Rava Idli

Cooked in a steamer or pressure cooker, Steamed Snacks like Quick Rava Idli and Kothimbir Vadi are so tasty that you cannot stop with one – but the best part is that you can comfortably have more, without any guilt!

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Steamed muthia and dhokla for breakfast 

Freshly made muthia for breakfast will make up your day. It not very time consuming to make, easy to make muthias in simple steps of mixing, steaming and tempering (optional). Follow these recipes. Palak Methi Na Muthia basic ingredients to make are palak, methi, ginger green chilli paste, whole wheat flour and lots of Indian spices with a pinch of sugar to sweeten it. 

 Palak Methi Na Muthia, Gujarati Recipe Palak Methi Na Muthia, Gujarati Recipe

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Mooli Muthia ideal way to incorporate flours and vegetables in your daily diet. Khatta Dhokla  authentic way by using a batter of rice and urad. Seasoned with black pepper and chilli powder, this steamed Gujarati snack is super tasty and amazingly soft too. Methi Palak Chawli DhoklaA totally off-beat combination of ingredients is used to make this dhokla but it turns out to be absolutely awesome!

Khatta Dhokla Using Homemade FlourKhatta Dhokla Using Homemade Flour         

Steamed Indian snacks for evening

Kothimbir Vadi  famous Maharashtrian snack, with the dominant flavour of coriander, is sure to steal your hearts with its irresistible aroma, tongue-tickling taste and lovely crunch. 

Kothimbir VadiKothimbir Vadi

Healthy Vada Pav It is now possible to prepare Mumbai’s favourite street food in a healthy form that has less than half the fat and much less calories than the authentic vendor-made version. 

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Khaman Dhokla an all-time favourite Gujarati street food that is served with peppy green chutney at tea time. It has an exquisite texture and appetizing flavour. Rava and Vegetable Dhokla delicious, healthy and easy to make too. You just need to plan 30 minutes ahead to ferment the quick-fix batter, and you are ready to go.

Khaman DhoklaKhaman Dhokla

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Healthy Indian snacks 

Palak Methi Muthia flavours of spinach and fenugreek balance each other very well in these steamed iron and folic acid rich dumplings. Oats Rava Palak Dhokla is a thorough zero-oil recipe that does not even use oil for greasing. Amaze your family with this innovative dhokla. 

 Palak Methi Muthia Palak Methi Muthia

Dal Pandoli snack cooked in a unique style using a double boiler. Chola dal reinforces this recipe with nutrients like protein , calcium , iron and folic acid. Buckwheat Dhoklas a delicious Buckwheat Dhokla recipe that proves the point.

 Dal Pandoli Dal Pandoli

Rutin found in buckwheat helps maintain blood flow and prevents fatty clot formation in the arteries.

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Innovative Indian steamed snacks

These recipes are innovative at its best. They are unique in taste. Recipes like Dhokla Sushi with Carrots a fusion of Indian and Japanese cuisine, in which a dhokla made with idli batter forms the base of the sushi. 

 Dhokla Sushi with CarrotsDhokla Sushi with Carrots

Bread Dhokla a quick-fix dhokla that is easy, convenient and tasty. Made with a batter of bread crumbs and rava perked up with the usual flavour-givers like green chillies and ginger.

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Stuffed Potato Idli  unique Stuffed Potato Idli is incomparable to any snack you have ever tasted before – a totally out-of-the-world savoury experience! 

 Stuffed Potato Idli Stuffed Potato Idli

Pesto Dhokla ever-popular Gujarati snack, gets an Italian makeover in this recipe. A quick-fix dhokla batter made with semolina, is perked up traditional Italian pesto paste.

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Recipe# 40190
11 Jun 15

 
 
by Foodie #635639
No reviews
Jack fruit seeds are high in proteins and have a unique nutty taste. This particular dish is light and healthy and unlike a traditional South Indian rice accompaniment it can also be eaten as a snack.
Recipe# 15344
23 Sep 11

 
 by anushintre
No reviews
Jowar is one of the most healthy cereals and this innovative jowar idli recipe brings forth the goodness of jowar in a popular idli recipe. The jowar flour based steamed idlis are enjoyed hot with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 9152
26 Sep 11

 
 by brsekhar
No reviews
Kanjeevaram idli, a south indian idli specialty with an irrestible blend of cumin, peppercorns, curry leaves and grated coconut. The soft and spicy kancheevaram idlis taste superb and are also easy to prepare at home with this simple recipe.
Recipe# 14942
15 May 02

 
 
by namratacom
No reviews
Enjoy the soft and tasty Khaman dhokla, a Gujarati special snack item prepared from a batter consisting of besan, beaten curd or buttermilk and salt. These dhoklas are tempered delectably and served garnished with coconut shavings as snack or tiffin.
Recipe# 14693
13 Feb 02

 
 
by sonaprem
No reviews
Prepare the popular Gujarati snack, khaman dhokla with a batter comprising of besan and sour curd. The dhokla batter is steamed, cut into squares and then served tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and grated coconut.
Recipe# 15348
27 Jun 04

 
 by bindaasm
No reviews
The mantu is an interesting steamed roti or flat bread recipe with maida or refined flour and stuffed with chopped onions. These small chapatis are served with baked beans and curd as topping.
Nachni Methi Muthia
Recipe# 35091
18 Oct 10

 
 by Tarla Dalal
These super-tasty muthias made of nachni, methi and wheat flour pack a lot of good health and energy into their little forms. They make a very satiating snack, which provides the body with enough fibre, iron and calcium. Serve these Nachni Methi Muthias immediately, or else they will harden as t ....
Recipe# 15425
11 Oct 11

 
 by Geetha venkatesan
No reviews
Navadhanya idlis is truly an innovative idli recipe prepared from a healthy batter comprising of rice, lentils, wheat flour sesame seeds, til oil and seasonings. The idlis are browinsh in color and best paired with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 39808
22 Nov 14

 
 by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
Dhokla is generally prepared with gram flour and rice flour. However, a healthier version can be made by using Oats and adding some Spinach to it. Oats Spinach Dhokla does not require lot of pre-preparation. However, it does not become as fluffy as Khaman. It a very useful recipe for people who are ....
Recipe# 14564
08 Dec 01

 
 by jyotipandya
No reviews
A low cal and steamed muthias or dumpling recipe, the Oil free methi muthias is as much a delight for the tongue as for the body. A healthy snacking or side dish item, the methi muthias can be enjoyed by even the health conscious people.
Recipe# 14048
04 Sep 19

 
 by vaishnavdhara
Panoli is a moong dal or lentil based snack recipe which is steamed just like dhoklas and served with a spicy tempering. Enjoy the panoli as a low calorie healthy snack or tiffin option.
Recipe# 16318
13 Oct 11

 
 by Venki's Delite'
No reviews
Panyaram is a tasty south indian dish made by steaming the batter of plain flour, idli batter and baking soda and garnished with with mustard seeds,chick peas, coconut pieces, curry leaves and ginger.
Recipe# 10595
30 Oct 02

 
 by sweetykumar
No reviews
Quick Bread dhokla is a popular Indian dish which can be prepared as a tasty snack quickly. Discover an easy and delicious way of preparing bread dhokla and other snack recipes at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 13232
17 May 01

 
 by murthys
No reviews
Here's a simple, soft and spongy wheat rava or semolina Idli recipe that can be made instantly. Learn how to make tasty, soft rava idlis with semolina and rice flour blended together. Serve rava idlis with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 15893
01 Apr 04

 
 by siriani
No reviews
Here is a simple Rava Idli recipe with a soft spongy texture and a delicious taste. Enjoy the rava idlis made from a semolina or rava based batter and steam it in idli maker till done.
Recipe# 12029
23 Aug 01

 
 
by smithasrini
No reviews
Here's a simple, soft and spongy wheat rava or semolina idli recipe that can be made instantly. Learn how to make tasty, soft rava idlis with semolina and rice flour blended together. Serve rava idlis with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 15665
03 Jan 05

 
 
by arsims
No reviews
Rava idli with tamarind chutney is an unique combination of enjoying the spongy rava idlis with a tangy tamarind chutney. Serve as quick breakfasts or healthy tiffin options.
Recipe# 14957
19 Aug 03

 
 by vaju
No reviews
Rava moong idli is a nice variation to the authentic South Indian rice and urad dal based idli recipe which is served with sambhar and coconut chutney as breakfast or snack. The idli is made from a batter comprising of ground moong dal, rice flour and rawa and then steamed into soft, spongy and deli ....
Recipe# 11692
20 Jun 03

 
 by jolu
No reviews
Ravva idli offers a nice twist to the traditional rice based steamed dumplings called idlis.The ravva idlis are basically steamed semolina based dumpling recipe. A popular South Indian food, rawa idli enjoys appeal among all and is typically eaten with coconut chutney or sambhar.
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