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 Top 20 IPL Indian Snacks, Cricket Match Mania Veg Snacks

  Last Updated : Oct 07,2020






Top 20 IPL Indian Snacks, Cricket Match Mania Veg Snacks

Cricket is a game which people across the world enjoy. Especially with the whole country glued to their television to enjoy the Indian Premier League (IPL) with friends and family, we thought of making your enjoyment double by putting together some exciting snacks you can enjoy during the cricket match.

1. The most famous snack people turn to during an interesting cricket match is popcorn. How about making it quickly in 4 minutes? Yes, that’s possible with a microwave. Try the Microwave Popcorn made in Bowl. Toss some corn kernels in butter and pop them in a microwave. These are salted butter popcorn, but if you wish you can add peri-peri masala or cheese powder in the butter to make a flavour of your choice.   

 Microwave Popcorn Made in A Bowl Microwave Popcorn Made in A Bowl

2. Another dry snack which most of us would love to indulge in is Yellow Banana Chips. These can be made in bulk before the match starts and stored in an air-tight container to enjoy non-stop game.

 Yellow Banana Chips, Banana Wafers, Raw Banana Wafers

Yellow Banana Chips, Banana Wafers, Raw Banana Wafers

Native to the region of Kerala and Tamil Nadu where yellow bananas are available all year round, these are now made in every states and cities of India. You can also try other dry snacks like Chakli and Kolhapuri Bhadang Murmura,


Kolhapuri Bhadang Murmura, Spicy Puffed Rice Chivda RecipeKolhapuri Bhadang Murmura, Spicy Puffed Rice Chivda Recipe

3. Maggi is loved by one and all, quickly toss in little Indian spices and vegetables to make a delicious Masala Maggi. This Mumbai street style masala maggi noodles makes use of garam masala along with Maggi masala powder which lends it a truly interesting Indian flavour.

 Vegetable Masala Maggi, Masala Maggi Noodle

 Vegetable Masala Maggi, Masala Maggi Noodle

4. We often land up ordering burgers and pizza to double up our amusement of watching IPL. You can make a Quick Oven Tava Bread Pizza at home too! Make pizza sauce in advance, spread it on toasted bread slice, sprinkle some cheese and let it bake in oven for 10 minutes. Within 2 overs your snack would be ready on the table.

 Indian Bread Pizza, Quick Oven Tava Bread Pizza

 Indian Bread Pizza, Quick Oven Tava Bread Pizza

5. Craving for vada pav and wanting it to be ultra hygienic? There is no better way than making batata vada pav at home. Mumbai’s very own burger, Mumbai style Vada Pav, cannot be forgotten on any occasion then why IPL? The aloo vada mixture can be kept ready and then deep-fried and served hot while watching the most interesting part of the IPL match.

Vada Pav, Mumbai Roadside RecipeVada Pav, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

6. Looking for a peppy Chinese flavoured snack? We have Chinese Bhel for you to try. Crispy fried noodles tossed with a generous dose of sauces and crunchy veggies is one of the easiest and quickest snack you can make during a cricket match.

Chinese Bhel ( Chinese Recipe )Chinese Bhel ( Chinese Recipe )

7. Sandwich lovers can also be ready with pre-preps and quickly bring together all the ingredients and make a variety of delights. Hot grilled sandwich is more like a snacky meal. Some prefer to enjoy it as a dinner too. Potato Cheese Grilled Sandwich is slightly easier and hassle-free than the jumbo grilled sandwich.

Potato Cheese Grilled SandwichPotato Cheese Grilled Sandwich

The aroma that wafts out of the sandwich griller when this potato cheese grilled sandwich cooks just makes you drool! But if you wish you can also try Veg Grilled Sandwich.

Vegetable Grill SandwichVegetable Grill Sandwich

8. For all the paneer fans, we have the famous Paneer Pakora. It is moist and soft on inside and crisp outside, unlike other pakoras. A hot chilli sauce or Schezuan sauce is one the best accompaniments to this snack. Kids can enjoy it with tomato ketchup.

 Paneer Pakoda, Punjabi Paneer Pakora RecipePaneer Pakoda, Punjabi Paneer Pakora Recipe

9. Cheese Balls are truly irresistible. It is a starter that always tops the charts! It is a great hit with everybody, all thanks to the cheesy mouth-feel and peppy flavour. Here we have made an easier version by using bread crumbs. This quick snack is ready in 15 minutes. These are one of the best pop-up snack for an IPL.

 Cheese Balls, Veg Starter

 Cheese Balls, Veg Starter

10. French Fries and cricket seem to have tied the knot! Made with only 3 ingredients which are easily available at home, this is one snack which doesn’t need much planning. You can start making it anytime when hunger strikes during the IPL match. Watch our step-by-step images to learn how to make the perfect French fries – restaurant style. You can also try Masala French Fries.

 Masala French Fries

 Masala French Fries

11. If you want to know the meaning of super-crisp, try these yummy Kanda Bhaji, which are both flavourful and crunchy. Served with 3 chutneys – khajur imli ki chutney, green chutney and red garlic chutney, it is very difficult to stop munching on these bhajiyas. 

 Kanda Bhaji, Pyaz Ke Pakode, Kanda Bhajiya

 Kanda Bhaji, Pyaz Ke Pakode, Kanda Bhajiya

12. Crunchy and masaledar, this is an ideal starter for serving while enjoying cricket match! Nobody refuses Masala Papad, because it is light and appetizing, ensuring that you have enough place in your tummy for the upcoming meal.

 Masala Papad

 Masala Papad

13. You little cricket champs would like to dig into Potato Smileys. If you see a frown on your kid’s face, this is the best potato smiley recipe to put the smile back! The potato smiley is an all-time favourite kids’ recipe.

 Potato Smiley

 Potato Smiley

14. Bhakarwadi the all-time favourite Maharashtrian dry snack, can be enjoyed as it is with tea. But, it gets even more exciting when served as a Quick Bhakarwadi Chaat, where it is tossed together with crisp, juicy veggies, spice powders and sev. While most chaats call for a variety of chutneys and advance pre-preps , this chaat is much easy to assemble and serve.

Quick Bhakarwadi Chaat

Quick Bhakarwadi Chaat

15. Elders and senior citizens who prefer soft and easily chewable food can opt for South Indian dishes like idli and rice appe with piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney.

Idli
Idli

In fact, you can make idli in advance and reheat them in a microwave whenever you want to eat.

Rice Appe
Rice Appe

16. You can even keep a potato stuffing, masala water and half cooked roti ready before the match begins. Quickly roast the roti and assemble with tongue-tickling stuffing, tangy water, crunchy onions to make the Veg Frankie.

 Veg Frankie, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

 Veg Frankie, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

17. Baby Corn Fritters is yet another appealing snack for a match day. A quick crunchy snack which is perfect to try when you are tired of everyday snacks. Serve it with a spicy sauce to double up your match excitement.

Baby Corn Fritters

Baby Corn Fritters (Chinese Starter)

18. Fried Mozzarella Sticks is sure to not disappoint anyone in terms of its appeal, taste, texture and aroma. Ready in just 10 minutes, it is one of the easiest and fascinating snack to serve on to liven up any dampen spirits on IPL match day.

Fried Mozzarella SticksFried Mozzarella Sticks

19. Some households are used to making batches of dry snacks and storing a day prior to the match. If you are one amongst them, then do give a try to Aloo Bhujia. Made with a dough of mashed potatoes, besan and rice flour, the Aloo Bhujia has a melt-in-the-mouth texture.

 Aloo Bhujia, Potato Sev, Jar Snack

 Aloo Bhujia, Potato Sev, Jar Snack

With a perfect blend of spices, this recipe gives you an authentic flavour just like what you get in the market. Enjoy it with a cup of hot Elaichi tea.

Elaichi Tea, Indian Cardamom Tea, Elaichi Chaa
Elaichi Tea, Indian Cardamom Tea, Elaichi Chaa

20. How can we forget mentioning about Roasted Corn on the Cob while watching our favourite cricket players playing IPL. This is roasted on an open fire and drizzled with butter and spices! A squeeze of lemon is a must to boost the flavour of this yummy snack, as it helps to highlight the salty and spicy notes well, not to forget the subtle sweetness of the corn itself.

 Roasted Corn On The Cob, Mumbai Roadside Monsoon Bhutta

 Roasted Corn On The Cob, Mumbai Roadside Monsoon Bhutta

Enjoy your cricket match on a full stomach.

top 20 ipl indian snacks, cricket match mania veg snacks

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 by Tarla Dalal
Readymade popcorn is nice and crunchy when you buy the tub and munch on it right away. But, if you buy a large quantity and bring it home for a party or get-together, it loses its crunch in no time at all! Why opt for that option, when you can easily make crisp and fresh popcorn right at home, that too very easily in the microwave oven. A microwave-safe bowl, butter, salt, maize kernels, and a few minutes are all that you need to conjure up yummy popcorn! You can have the Microwave Popcorn plain or with your favourite seasonings! Check out collection of Microwave recipes and cook a wide range of dishes ranging from appetizer to main course and of course, delicious desserts to end the meal! Enjoy how to make Microwave Popcorn recipe with detailed step by step photos below.
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vada pav recipe | Mumbai style vada pav | batata vada pav | wada pav | with amazing 26 amazing pictures. Mumbai’s very own burger, Mumbai style vada pav. The vada pav recipe is made of a spicy potato filling deep fried in a gram flour batter. Along with a hot and spicy garlic chutney, batata vada pav is served inside a small "Ladi Pav". This indigenous burger-like snack is the quickest and tastiest meal you can have in Mumbai – any time you are hungry, even in the middle of the night! The Vada Pav has become so famous that it is now a popular snack all over the country and features on the menus of Indian restaurants even abroad. Remember to use freshly chopped ginger, garlic and green chillies to get the perfect taste. Vada pav is a famous Mumbai Street Food and a vendor is found selling vada pav on every other Mumbai street and on railway stations. Craving for vada pav and wanting it to be ultra hygienic? There is no better way than making batata vada pav at home as it is definitely hygienic and the ingredients used are also fresh. The procedure to make Mumbai style vada pav is not at all complex but very simple. First, we have started with making the potato filling by pounding the green chillies, ginger and garlic using a mortar and pestle. Further, heat the oil and add the mustard seeds. When they crackle, add the asafoetida and curry leaves. Add the pounded mixture which will give a unique flavor to our vada pav. Add the potatoes, turmeric powder for the colour and salt and mix well. Remove from the fire and let it cool. Divide and shape into rounds balls and keep aside. Further to cover them, we have made a thick batter using besan, turmeric powder, baking soda and little salt. Next, dip the potato balls in the batter and deep fry until golden brown. Next, to assemble vada pav, take a ladi pav and slit it from the centre, but do not cut fully. These days whole wheat laadi pav are also available in many bakery stores.. If you wish you can make them at home, check out our recipe for whole wheat laadi pav. Next, Spread some sukhi leshun ki chutney on the bottom half of the laadi pav. Place the vada over it and tradional style vada pav is ready. We have also shown the process to assemble Mumbai style vada pav, first spread some meetha chutney on a slit pav. Then spread some teekha chutney over it. Finally spread some sukhi leshun ki chutney over it. Place the vada and press the pav and the Mumbaiya style vada pav is ready to serve. Serve immediately while the vadas are still hot. You can also serve along with some fried green chillies. These days there are many ways to make and serve the vada pav. Some vada pavs are made with an array of chutneys and some of the vada pavs are made with chutneys, topped with onions, mayonnaise and cheese while some vada pavs are served with the besan chura made from left over besan batter along with chutneys. Succulent and spicy potato vadas are sandwiched between fresh pav bread along with dry garlic chutney, to make a delicious snack that tickles the taste buds and satisfies the tummy. I have fond memories of sharing a vada pav with my son while travelling on a business trip to Vapi by train. Although vada pav is a Maharashtrian dish, I was surprised to find it popular even in Gujarat. Another travelling ritual on my frequent drives to Pune is to stop at a small café on the highway to grab a quick vada pav and a steaming hot cup of Masala Tea that chases away all my travel fatigue. Enjoy vada pav recipe | Mumbai style vada pav | batata vada pav | wada pav | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
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veg Frankie recipe | Mumbai street food veg Frankie | veg Frankie step by step | with 30 amazing images. The Veg Frankie of Mumbai is now so famous that you can find Frankie stalls all over the country – in parks and beaches, on the street and in food courts. A satiating snack that can be relished even on-the-go, the veg frankie is made by rolling up a tongue-tickling potato mixture inside roti wraps. veg frankie is one of Mumbai’s most famous roadside foods and its a very appetising experience to watch the Frankie-wala deftly preparing one. The rotis are made beforehand, but cooked again with butter before making the veg frankie. It’s not just the masaledar potato mixture that makes the Frankie so tasty but also the crunch of onions and the tangy masala water that’s sprinkled on it. Every single ingredient – from the butter-cooked rotis to the tangy water, the crunchy onions and zesty Frankie masala – contributes to the flavour of the Mumbai style veg Frankie. I would like to suggest to some tips to make the perfect veg Frankie recipe. 1. Mash the potatoes well with a potato masher or with your hands before you put them in a non stick pan. 2. It is advisable to use lightly cooked rotis with golden brown spots. Overcooked rotis will taste awful. 3. Wrap a tissue paper or aluminium foil around the frankie to seal it and to be able to hold it. Follow this authentic veg frankie recipe to recreate the magic in your own kitchen. There are many more variants of this versatile and handy snack, including Jain, Schezwan and Cheesy versions. Try other famous roadside treats like the Vada Pav or Schezuan Chopsuey Dosa. Enjoy veg Frankie recipe | Mumbai street food veg Frankie | veg Frankie | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
A handy snack of puffed rice and peanuts sautéed with garlic, curry leaves and spice powders. The addition of red chilli powder adds a spicy dimension to the Kolhapuri Bhadang Murmura, which is highlighted well by the addition of a wee bit of sugar! The crispness of the peanuts is a wonderful value-add to this snack, as it complements the melt-in-the-mouth texture of murmura quite effectively. Make a batch of this spicy snack and keep it on hand, to munch on whenever you are hungry. You can enjoy it as it is, or with a dash of lemon juice and grated veggies like carrots and raw mango. It is also ideal to carry along when you travel because it is quite filling. Check out for more Jar Snacks recipes that are good to munch on and keep hunger at bay.
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Chinese bhel recipe | Indian style Chinese bhel | veg Chinese bhel at home | with amazing 15 images. Mumbai’s favourite street food merges with Oriental culture, in this exciting version of Chinese bhel. Rather than being made with puffed rice, this unique Chinese bhel recipe is made with fried noodles, tossed with colourful sautéed veggies and garnished with crunchy spring onions making it a veg Chinese bhel. A generous dose of sauces is also added to bind the Indian style Chinese bhel together in a tangy way! Prepare this Chinese bhel snack just before serving, as the fried noodles tends to get soggy over time. Indian style Chinese bhel is made of fried noodles, perked up with crunchy veggies like cabbage, carrots, capsicum and spring onions along with splashes of tongue-tickling schezwan sauce and tomato ketchup. This Chinese bhel recipe is not a street-style recipe, it is a variation to the Mumbai street style Chinese bhel. The delicious flavors of Chinese cuisine are very well adapted by Indians and fusion recipes are invented! This is one of the Indo-Chinese dish that is my personal favourite and I make Indian style Chinese bhel as an evening snack for my family!! Enjoy Chinese bhel recipe | Indian style Chinese bhel | veg Chinese bhel at home | with detailed step by step recipe photos and video below.
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potato cheese grilled sandwich recipe | grilled aloo cheese sandwich | Indian potato cheese grilled sandwich | with 13 amazing images. A chatpata potato cheese grilled sandwich that is perfect for the Indian palate! The best part about this grilled aloo cheese sandwich is that is captures the best of both worlds – tongue-tickling spices and gooey cheese too. This Indian potato cheese grilled sandwich holds potato slices and cheese spiced up with chaat masala and green chutney. The aroma that wafts out of the sandwich griller when this potato cheese grilled sandwich cooks just makes you drool, and the resulting amalgam of spices, potatoes and cheese housed within the crisp grilled sandwich is just mind-blowing! Serve Indian potato cheese grilled sandwich immediately with tomato ketchup or green chutney. Learn to make potato cheese grilled sandwich recipe | grilled aloo cheese sandwich | Indian potato cheese grilled sandwich | with step by step photos below.
vegetable grilled sandwich recipe | Mumbai veg grilled sandwich | with 20 amazing images. Mumbai's veg grilled sandwich is by far one of the most tasty and addictive vegetable grilled sandwich I have tasted. Yes, Mumbai’s roadside vendors take pride in offering the most tongue-tickling treats of all, and this vegetable grilled sandwich is no different. For some strange reason, the vegetable grilled sandwich is always served on a paper plate with loads of tomato ketchup only. vegetable grilled sandwich made with a large assortment of vegetables, oodles of butter, a lavish splash of chutneys and a peppy sandwich masala, this snack is a real indulgence. Notes on vegetable grilled sandwich recipe. 1. We have used big triangular breads for this recipe that is what is used by the Mumbai street vendors. 2. Make sure the butter is soft so it is easy to spread on the bread. 3. Potatoes should be boiled in a pressure cooker, cooled completely, peeled and then cut into slices, if you cut the potato slices when the potatoes are hot the slices will break. 4. Cut the Vegetable Grilled Sandwich into 6 pieces using a sharp knife. Make sure you cut this lightly or else the filling will come out. Also do check out for more recipes of Mumbai Street Foods like Veg Frankie, Chinese Bhel, Pani Puri and many more. Enjoy how to make vegetable grilled sandwich recipe | Mumbai veg grilled sandwich | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
yellow banana chips | raw banana wafers | crisp banana wafers | upperi | plantain chips | with 13 amazing images. Crispy banana wafers made out of yellow bananas are an all-time favourite all over the country, especially in regions of Kerala and Tamil Nadu where yellow bananas are available all year round. You need to choose hard and raw yellow bananas to make these yellow banana chips Some people like to make it out of bananas that have just begun to ripen, in order to get a sweet and spicy flavour but this banana chips recipe gives you the procedure for proper raw bananas. Follow the procedure of adding salt, and other steps, exactly as mentioned in this recipe in order to get perfect Yellow Banana Chips. The outcome will be so fabulous that your Raw Banana Wafers will earn you many compliments! Replace salt with sendha namak if you wish to relish this crispy yellow banana chips during fasting. Do try other wafer recipes like Kand Wafers, Banana Pepper Wafers and Potato Wafers. Enjoy how to make Yellow Banana Chips recipe with detailed step by step photos and video below.
paneer pakora | Punjabi style paneer pakora | paneer pakoda | how to make paneer pakora | with 28 amazing images Paneer pakora is a simple and easy snack. It is moist and soft on inside and crisp outside, unlike other pakora’s. paneer pakoda is made with simple and basic ingredients that are easily available in every household. We have first coated paneer in a dry powder masala which has carom seeds, chilli powder, garam masala , coriander-cumin seeds (dhania-jeera) powder, dried mango powder, (amchur)turmeric powder (haldi) and chaat masala as paneer has a bland taste. We did the process to make the dish even more flavorful and tastier. Once the paneer is coated we have dipped the flavoured paneer into the Bengal gram batter which is made with besan (bengal gram flour), chilli powder, turmeric powder (haldi), asafoetida (hing), hot oil, chopped coriander (dhania) and a pinch of baking soda. Once spiced paneer is dipped in the batter it is deep fried until it turns golden brown. Looking for a quick and easy evening snack or something to eat with a piping hot cup of tea on a rainy day? Pakoras are an ideal choice. Pakora also known as pakoda, pakodi, bhaji, bhajiya is originated from India. It is a deep fried snack, basically a fritter. It is found in restaurants and also sold by food vendors on the streets. Also, It is a famous Indian street food, found all over. Pakora is made by choosing a main ingredient like onion, potato, spinach,eggplant, cauliflower, corn etc. which is then dipped in Bengal gram batter and deep fried. Here we have used paneer which is loved by everyone Punjabi style paneer pakora is my personal favourite out of all the pakora’s. I usually make Punjabi style paneer pakora for my father-in law and husband for evening snack, they are a big fan of paneer pakoda’s and they have it with a cup of tea, it is a perfect combo. I also make it when last minute guests walk in as it is simple, easy and quick but also very mouth-watering and delicious and we can bet your guests would love it!! When making it for my kids, I sometimes cut two pieces of paneer and apply green chutney between them, add little cheese, batter coat and fry. My kids love it. Serve Paneer pakora with green chutney and tomato ketchup. Enjoy paneer pakora | Punjabi style paneer pakora | paneer pakoda | how to make paneer pakora | detailed step by step photos and video given below.
Indian bread pizza recipe | quick oven veg bread pizza | 3 ingredient tava bread pizza | with 8 amazing pictures Looking for a super quick and easy snack recipe? We have one of the quickest recipe which is bread pizza. It is just a 3 ingredient tava bread pizza meal. It is just a quick alternate to pizza. The unique thing about the recipe is the ideal pizza base is replaced with bread, even differs in taste. It is a best alternate for someone craving for pizza at an odd hour. Bread pizza can be made with any bread of your choice but here we have used whole wheat bread as the base. We have toasted the bread till turns a little golden, get them off on a dry surface and spread pizza sauce on top of the toasted bread and sprinkle cheese on top. This is similar to margherita pizza as we haven’t used any veggies. You can still use any veggies of your choice like babycorn, capsicum, onions, olives or jalapeños. Once the cheese is sprinkled on top, bread pizza are baked at 200 degree for 8-10 minutes or unitl the bread turns brown or cheese melts. Once cooked, cut into triangles and serve quick oven veg bread pizza immediately. If you do not have an oven you can also make it on a tava. When I was a kid, we didn’t have ovens at home, my mother used to make it on tava and it would still taste tasty. It is super quick and you can also use this recipe as a starter for your kids birthday party or you can also make it for evening snack. My kids love it and also sometimes take tava bread pizza in their lunch boxes. Enjoy the Indian bread pizza recipe | quick oven veg bread pizza | 3 ingredient tava bread pizza | with detailed step by step photos.
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This quick bread snack is an upma like recipe made with crumbled bread. While the onions, ginger and green chillies add a bit of spice to the bread, the tomatoes, tomato ketchup and lemon juice impart an energising tanginess. You can laso try other quick snacks using bread like Bread Aloo Chaat, Bread Bhurji, Bread Bhajiya or Bread Dhokla, Instant Bread Dhokla
vegetable masala maggi recipe | masala maggi recipe | Mumbai street style masala maggi noodles | with 20 amazing images. Everyone loves masala maggi and we have added vegetables to it to make vegetable masala maggi which is Mumbai street style masala maggi noodles. Sometimes, plain maggi might feel boring so we have got you a twisted recipe which is masala maggi and it is also famously sold on streets. I remember having similar vegetable masala maggi on my trip to Leh. Hot maggi with a cup of tea in the cold weather was heavenly. This vegetable masala maggi recipe adds more jazz to this all-time favourite with a bunch of veggies and a dash of spices. Here we have, heated oil in a pan, you can also use butter if you wish to. Further, we have added ginger and green chillies, also you can skip ginger and add garlic. We have added veggies which include onion, tomatoes and capsicum. Though, you can add green peas, carrots, corn, broccoli etc. It will make your vegetable masala maggi look vibrant and colorful! Also an amazing way to add veggies to your child's diet. Next, we have added turmeric and garam masala. You can skip garam masala and add extra maggi masala packets that are available in market. Followed by the maggi masala, water and maggi noodles. Cook and serve Mumbai street style masala maggi noodles hot. Garam Masala gives the vegetable masala maggi recipe a really awesome flavour while a set of universally-loved veggies like onions, tomatoes and capsicum add a very exciting crunch and even more flavour to this yummy dish. As with all Maggi based recipes, it is best to have this Masala Maggi immediately upon preparation as it might clump up a bit after a while. As maggi is loved by all the generations, you won't even have to think twice before serving maggi at anytime of the day! Maggi holds a different place in hearts of kid! Serve vegetable masala maggi as a snack or while experiencing sudden hunger pangs! You can also sprinkle grated cheese or paneer to make it even more exciting!! Enjoy vegetable masala maggi recipe | masala maggi recipe | Mumbai street style masala maggi noodles | with detailed step by step recipe photos and video below.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Cheese Balls is a starter that always tops the charts! It is a great hit with everybody, all thanks to the cheesy mouth-feel and peppy flavour. You need just common ingredients like flour, bread crumbs, cheese and flavour-givers like coriander and green chillies. A bit of tact is needed in shaping the balls – but once you get that right, your Cheese Balls will be a sureshot success. After dividing the mixture into equal portions, smoothen each portion and then shape it into a ball to avoid cracks from forming. Also, make sure you do the steps one after the other without a long gap, because when the mixture is kept out for a long time, it dries up. Relish this snack at tea-time, or serve it at cocktail parties . You can also try other starters like Fried Vegetable Balls, Starter or Eggplant Chaat .
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 by Tarla Dalal
Made with a dough of mashed potatoes, besan and rice flour, the Aloo Bhujia has a melt-in-the-mouth texture. It also has an awesome flavour, with the spiciness of garam masala and the exhilarating tang of dry mango powder. With a perfect blend of spices, this recipe gives you an authentic flavour just like what you get in the market. Enjoy it with a cup of hot tea . You can also try other recipes like Methi Puri or Healthy Khakhra Chivda .
Who does not enjoy biting into a crunchy cob of corn, roasted on an open fire and drizzled with butter and spices! A squeeze of lemon is a must to boost the flavour of this yummy snack, as it helps to highlight the salty and spicy notes well, not to forget the subtle sweetness of the corn itself. Here we show you how to make Roasted Corn on the Cob, an all-time favourite roadside snack from Mumbai. It is a must-try, especially in the cool monsoon and winter months. Use only sweet corn to make this, and have it immediately after preparation.
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Very easy to prepare compared to other kebabs and tikkis but worthy of serving on the same platter, Baby Corn Fritters are a really mouth-watering preparation of crisp, tender baby corn coated with a flavourful batter before deep-frying. The innate texture of baby corn by itself is enough to make these fritters a great hit, but with the cooperation of a tangy batter enhanced with spice powders and curds, it really rises to a much higher plane of culinary excellence. Serve it fresh and crisp with chilli-garlic sauce for a really exciting experience. Round up the excitement with a main course of Vegetables and Noodles in A Creamy Sauce , Burnt Garlic Fried Rice and Kung Pao Vegetables and end on sweet note with Honey Noodles with Vanilla Ice Cream .
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quick bhakarwadi chaat | mini bhakarwadi chaat | Maharashtrian style bhakarwadi chaat | bhakarwadi bhel | with amazing 13 images bhakarwadi the all-time favourite Maharashtrian dry snack, can be enjoyed as it is with tea. But, it gets even more exciting when served as a quick bhakarwadi chaat, where it is tossed together with crisp, juicy veggies, spice powders and sev. Indeed, the spicy taste and crunchy texture of the mini bhakarwadi chaat are just perfect to make a chaat with! Don’t forget the lemon juice and coriander, because they give a super-duper perk-up to the quick bhakarwadi. It is super easy and quick to make and is hassel-free to make. bhakarwadi chaat is super easy and quick to make. You can also involve your kids into assembling the chaat. All you need to do to get this chaat quickly made is have mini bhakarwadi in hand. Also, you can make this when you have parties at home or sudden guests walking in. Make sure to relish Bhakarwadi Chaat in few minutes of assembling it together as it tends to get soggy with time. Learn to make quick bhakarwadi chaat | mini bhakarwadi chaat | Maharashtrian style bhakarwadi chaat | bhakarwadi bhel | with detailed step by step recipe photos below.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Crunchy and masaledar, this is and ideal starter for serving with any meal! Nobody refuses Masala Papad, because it is light and appetizing, ensuring that you have enough place in your tummy for the upcoming meal. While we have prepared this snack with the standard combo of vegetables and chilli powder, you can exercise your creativity and try adding more finely chopped veggies like capsicum and cucumber, and perhaps even some boiled sweet corn kernels and other spice powders too.
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potato smiley recipe | Indian style McCain potato smiley | potato smiley snack for kids | with 20 amazing images. Our potato smiley recipe is an Indian style McCain potato smiley where we show you how to make the dough for potato smileys step by step without using McCain potato. If you see a frown on your kid’s face, this is the best potato smiley recipe to put the smile back! The potato smiley is an all-time favourite kids’ recipe. The potato-based dough is shaped into small, flat rounds, with eyes and a smile impressed upon each, using a straw and a spoon. Once deep-fried, Indian style McCain potato smiley become crisp and golden-hued, attractive in every way. This cheerful starter is bound to start your meal on a positive note, literally! Serve potato smiley snack for kids immediately as it will become soft later. Notes for potato smiley recipe. 1. Ensure the potatoes are not overcooked, or else they will be mushy and contain a lot of moisture. 2. Add bread crumbs. You can increase the quantity of breadcrumbs if there is more moisture in the dough. 3. It is important to rest the dough so, it can form shape, stay firm and retain the smiley shape while frying in oil. 4. Health-conscious people can bake the potato smileys on 180ºC for 22 to 25 minutes in a preheated oven. Learn to make potato smiley recipe | Indian style McCain potato smiley | potato smiley snack for kids | with step by step photos and video below.
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 by Tarla Dalal
French Fries is a succulent snack of fried potatoes that has stood the test of time, enjoyed by people of all age groups, across geographies. However, without the right accompaniments, this finger food can be a bit too bland for the spice lover! Here, we present Masala French Fries, with a dash of spices that is sure to please the desi palate! In order to get the perfect crispness outside and the right softness inside, make sure you do not overcook the potatoes. You ca also serve these Masala French Fries as an accompaniment to Burgers and Sandwiches .
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