There are many options to serve during the monsoon season such as hot pakoras, bajji, samosa, corn, dhokla, vadas and the list goes on and on. Welcome this monsoon with some lip smacking and delicious hot snacks with friends on a cozy and cold evening. Here are some large variety of snacks lined up for you that you can make in your kitchen. We’re here inviting some of the lip smacking and delicious rainy evening snacks. Next time it rains, make these delicious snacks and enjoy the weather.
Let’s checkout some of the best monsoon snacks:
1. Cheese Broccoli fritters:
The Cheese Broccoli Fritter is a simple delicious appetizer that you can make for parties or a tea time snack. The combination of corn flour and the addition of garlic and chillies, makes these fritters crispy and packed with flavours.Essentially pan fried broccoli pakoras tantalize the taste buds on gloomy monsoon days. Broccoli’s are healthy and they make a best combination with these pakoras.
2. Tandoori Panner Samosa:
Tandoori paneer samosa is right for any food lover. The crispy ,crunchy with grilled paneer will satisfy everyone. Serve it as a tea time snack with green chutney and a cup of hot chai while enjoying the cool rainy atmosphere.
3. Vada pav with Spinach corn tikki:
This Vada Pav has a crispy Spinach Corn Tikki along with the garlic chutney and a creamy Veg Mayo smeared on crispy toasted pavs. It makes a perfect evening snack on the monsoon days! You can even make Vada Pav recipe at the comfort of your home.
4. Crispy steamed Sweet Corn:
Being a Vizagite we all have tasted this amazing street food on the beach road! The Steamed Sweet Corn Recipe is a simple, infact a very healthy recipe that is packed with flavors of chaat masala and black salt. Sweet corn either steamed or charcoal grilled is a favorite street food of India and we simply enjoy it more during the monsoons. This recipe is healthy and makes your evening great.
5. Corn Spring onion Momos:
Corn Spring Onion Momo Recipe is a delicious momo recipe where the sweet corn is ground to a coarse mixture and then sautéed along with spring onions. It has a simple flavouring and is a lip smacking recipe to have during monsoons. This is a perfect snack for kids and an appetizer for parties which can be served with sweet chilli sauce or chili garlic sauce.
Next time it rains, arrange a small cozy table or just sit down in your balcony with your friends or family and enjoy the weather with some food and these favorite beverages.
By Bhumika Joshi.