India is the country of diversity and our integrity is made out of diversity. We have diverse cultures and food habits too but one thing is common all over, is TEA. A spiced ginger masala chai but did ever had tea without snacks.. Noo, I never did that in life, nor you had done.
We wish to have snacks those are not even spicy but unusual in taste also, so I am bringing some traditional Indian snack.
Matar Samosa Chaat: Sounds yummy, this is the secret chat which goes very well with tea in the evening. It can be easily made at home and served with mint chutney. A must try and perfect for all chaat or kitty parties at home. The spicy matar samosa carefully crushed in the leaf plate along with the generous sprinkling of sev , diced onions, green chilies , sweet and sour tamarind chutney and mint chutney.
Jimikand Ke Kebab: This is unusual Kebabs packed with full of flavours and textures. This is a root vegetable and it has smooth texture and nutty taste. Combined with green chutney, it is an appealing tea time snack. This is also known as Yam or Suran.
Methi Poori: This is a Gujarati tea time snack, crispy and spiced up pooris, it can be stored in the tight jars.
These are easily munching able snack during tea time, these are made up of flour, water, salt and winter specialty, Methi or fenugreek leaves.
Dakor Na Gota: These are deep fried chickpeas dumpling from the state of Gujarat, this fried classical balls are full of flavour, spice and texture. This winters, go for them, the deep the fry, less will be the cold. Don’t forget to sip your hot cuppa of ginger laced tea along with it.
Methi Muthiya (Steamed): Again Gujarat, these are the classical, flavour some , spicy snacks . Combined with fresh methi, chickpeas floor and various spices, they are steamed and savoured along with spicy tea.
Chole Bun: This is a instant recipe, if you have boiled chole ready with you. Just warm up a bun and gently roast on tawa and make a lengthwise incision. In that, put spiced Chole mix and enjoy with tea.
Chole Chaat: Boiled chole and season it with tamarind and green chutney and diced cucumber. Sprinkle lemon juice on it. Have this tangy dish with hot tea..
Pyaaz Ki Kachori: This tea time snack is originated from Rajasthan, it is the fried crispy kachoris filled with spicy and tangy onion fillings. The deep fried Kachoris are so scrumptious that it you can your stomach fill. Have it along with tea and the mint chutney and tamarind chutney ..
Dal Pakwan: It is a Sindhi recipe and it is perfect treat for winter season, though it is a breakfast recipe but it is savoured as evening snack also . It is deep fried pakwan served with spicy Chana dal .