This recipe is made with bread, onion and tomato. This evening snack is served with tea.
A collection of South Indian Snack Recipes.
This healthy snack made with oats can be taken as breakfast, evening snack or at the dinner time too.
Medhu vadai is a renowned South Indian snack, often enjoyed as breakfast or a snack, made from urad dal (split black lentils). It features a crispy exterior and a soft interior, achieved through deep-frying lentil batter. Usually served with coconut chutney and sambar, it can include onions, green chilies, and curry leaves for extra flavor.
A snack item that is served with evening tea or coffee.
Ribbon pakoda is a popular Indian snack prepared from chickpea flour, rice flour, and various spices. The dough is formed into thin strips and deep-fried to yield a crispy texture. Frequently enjoyed with tea or as a crunchy side to rice meals, it is particularly favored during festivals and special occasions.
Discover the irresistible taste of Mullu Murukku, a crispy South Indian savory snack made with rice flour and aromatic spices. Perfect for festive celebrations or a delightful tea-time treat!
This snack is made during festivals and special occasions like Diwali. This can be stored for weeks without refrigeration.
Discover the delicious snack dish made with Besan and rice flour, infused with the aromatic Ajwain (omam) – the perfect combination of flavors!