Snacks recipes for mid afternoon break or brunch
Aloo Tikki : Potato and peas crush as a spicy dish
Batata Wada : Popular Indian dish prepared from potato crush
Chola Bhatura : North Indian dish prepared from kabuli chana - chickenpeas
Dahi Wada : Indian dish prepared from black gram (split) and curd
Dhokla : Gujarati dish prepared from bengal gram flour and curd
Khandvi : Another popular Gujarati dish prepared from bengal gram flour and sour curd
Onion Pakoda : A popular fried onion balls
Ragda Pattice : A fried potato cutlets served with cooked chickpeas
Spring Roll : A vegetable spring roll as a mid day break
Tomato Omelette : A popular South Indian breakfast
Vegetable Upma : A healthy South Indian dish for breakfast or mid day break
Anda Pakoda : Eggs and bengal gram flour (besan) preparation as a mid day break
Egg Samosa : Rich dish of double fried eggs with cheese and peas
Green Chicken Tikki : Fried dish of chicken mince with spinach
Snacks or mid afternoon dishes are very popular in India. These dishes are not a full meal but few of them can be taken as full meal during lunch or dinner.
Some of these recipes are popular in North India, whereas some are popular in South India. Most of them are rich in calories and provide good energy and carbohydrates during a mid afternoon break.
Most of these preparations are hot and spicy. Reduce the quantity of chilies, if you prefer a less spicy dish.
Enjoy these traditional way of Indian cuisine.
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