Easy Snacks to make in Monsoon by Bachelors

WRITTEN BY Divya Bhati health

Masala Sweet Corn Vada

Because of the combination of crushed corn with onions, capsicum, and garlic paste, this dish has a very distinct taste and mouth-feel.

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Poha Pakoda

A delectable snack that you can make quickly and easily in the evenings to serve with tea or coffee.

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Banana Bhajiya

Several generations of Indians have praised this traditional snack as the ideal tea-time companion!

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Pyaz Pakoda with Red Chilli Garlic Chutney

This recipe is simple to prepare and requires only a few ingredients such as salt, flour, and onions.

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Masala Papad

Ideal for a sit-down dinner or evening high tea, thanks to its crunchy texture and delicious filling. Mother's Recipe Samosa Chutney or Tamarind Date Chutney can be served with the snack.

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Chana Dal Bhajiya

This unusual bhajiya is made with soaked and ground chana dal and is flavoured with crunchy onions, pungent garlic, and fiery green chilies.

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Potato Cheese Stuffed Balls

Two ingredients that are universally loved by everyone and make a perfect and exciting combination when combined! Simply grate them and combine with flavorful spices.

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Bhelpuri

It blends really well with the overall mixture due to its tangy, spicy, and sweet flavour. Roll up your sleeves and get to mixing!

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Cheese Masala Toast Sandwich

Mumbai residents adore this buttery and tasty toast. Roadside food vendors sell it all over the city.

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