12 Indian Snacks You Must Try

If you’re throwing a party, these party snacks recipes will come in handy while preparing your menu. Snacks and appetizers are a must-have at every party or celebration.

Vegetarian snacks are prepared in India in a number of ways. Some snacks have different recipes and methods depending on the locale. While some delicacies are extremely popular across India. There are various delicacies that are only popular in certain parts of India.

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Here are 12 Indian snacks that are easy to make and you can serve them to your guests at the party or get-together.

1. Paneer Tikka: Paneer (Indian cottage cheese cubes) are marinated in a spiced yogurt-based marinade, skewered, and cooked in the oven in this Restaurant Style Tandoori Paneer Tikka.

2. Aloo Tikki: A crispy, crusty, and delicious Aloo Tikki recipe. In Hindi, aloo refers to potatoes, while tikki refers to patties. So these are spicy, herby, and tasty potato patties in the Indian way.

3. Onion Pakoda: Onion fritters prepared with gramme flour are a popular street snack in India. It’s a snack that’s simple to make and tastes great. Serve them with green chutney or sweet chutney and fried salted green chilies. This entire meal can be accompanied by Indian chai.

4. Dahi Bhalla: Lentil dumplings are dipped in a creamy whipped yoghurt and topped with spicy and sweet chutneys in this popular North Indian street food snack. Dahi bhalla differs slightly from dahi vada. Papdis, boiling potato cubes, and cooked chickpeas are all added to dahi bhalla, giving it a variety of textures, tastes, and flavours.

5. Pani Puri: Crisp fried dough balls (puri) are packed with potatoes, sprouts, spicy acidic water, or sweet chutney in this popular Indian street snack. You just cannot eat just one pani puri with so many bursts of flavours and flavours in your mouth.

6. Kaman Dhokla: Gujarati cuisine has a nutritious, tasty, and wonderful vegan snack. It’s light and fluffy, with a mildly tangy-sweet flavour that’s perfect at any time of day. This is also a recipe for instant khaman dhokla.

7. Veg Cutlet: Crispy and flavorful vegetable patties cooked with a variety of vegetables. These vegan patties are best served hot with tomato ketchup and green chutney as a late-night snack. They’re a tasty teatime snack that can also be cooked during the rainy season.

8. Bhel Puri: It is a well-known Mumbai street food. Puffed rice is blended with onions, tomatoes, and other chutneys to make bhel puri. This bhel puri is simple to prepare and contains quick recipes for the three chutneys commonly used in bhel puris.

9. Dal Vada: chana dal, onions, and spices-herbs are used to make this renowned crispy and crunchy fried snack. These are crispy and crunchy, and they make a wonderful tea time snack.

10. Bread Pakora: Bread is dipped in a spicy gramme flour batter and packed with potato stuffing before being fried shallow or deep. In most Punjabi households, these bread pakoras are made for breakfast on Saturdays or Sundays.

11. Hara Bhara Kabab: These delightful and nutritious kababs are made with spinach, peas, and potatoes. It’s both nutritious and delicious, and it goes well with any chutney or sauce. They’re frequently fried in a pan. However, you may either bake or air fried them if you like.

12. Samosas: These samosas have a wonderful potato and peas mixture and are flaky and crispy on the outside. This recipe is a true winner, with a beautiful crust and a soothing filling. Give it a shot and you’ll be surprised at how easy and enjoyable it is to cook samosa at home.