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Rare Tea Time Indian Snacks

Tea time is the best time for all of us, after the hectic day, all of the family members sit together and have a cup of tea and some snacks and so much of chit chat. It is about how everyone spends the day and what the fun part of it was. The real surprise element of tea time is the snacks; we have gathered some of the rare tea time snacks of the India, for you, which can be the STAR during tea time.

These lip smacking and tempting dishes from our collection will give all of you a heavenly mix of flavors. Some of the recipes is as follows:

Sabudana Vada or Sago Vada: The sago is good for health and it is filling also. The sago or sabudana is soaked for 3 hours and then the vada made. They are baked on the hot tawa and for the binding, a potato can be added.

(Pic Source : Pintrest)
(Pic Source : Pintrest)

Aloo Chana Chaat: Chickpeas are energy boosters and they are easily available also. Combined with potato and red pomegranate, these become taste of heaven.

(Pic Source : Pinterest)
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Traditional Samosa: Potato filled deep fried samosa, have it along with green chutney and tamarind chutney. One can find samosa lovers, in every household.

(Pic Source : Pinterest)
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Dahi Ke Kebab: Dumplings of the hung yogurt and combined with paneer and spiced up with spice mix. They are roasted on tawa and see, your dahi ke kebab is ready.

(Pic Source : Missfoodies)
(Pic Source : Missfoodies)

Mini Masala Idli: Leftover snack of Idlis. The spice mix is very important and the addition of gunpowder makes it more irresistible.

(Pic Source : Pinterest)
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Aloo and Chilly Pakora: An evening without pakoras or bhajiya, chickpea flour mixed with spice , yogurt and other condiments. The vegetables are sliced and then dipped into the batter then the deep frying took place.

(Pic Source : Pinterest)
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Bun Nippat Masala: It is a typical south Indian burger available in few parts of Bengaluru. The filling is of Nippat (Rice Cracker) and some onion – carrot mixture. If you have all the ingredients ready, roasted peanuts and spice mixture, this will hardly takes 15 minutes to make it.

(Pic Source : the chef and her kitchen)
(Pic Source : the chef and her kitchen)

Jhal Mudi Mix: A typical Bengali snack and it is health snack also. A drizzle of mustard oil is required in the end.

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(Pic Source : BigFootAdventures – WordPress.com)

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