Indian Snacks Recipes (Most Popular)
This is how I make chai when I need something warm that makes me feel enveloped in comfort without the added calories of my former addiction: hot chocolate. It's spicier (in a warming way that is very soothing) and lighter in taste than any chai from a coffee shop. The method is also quite authentic. If you can, make sure to use fresh, whole cardamom pods, whole cloves, and freshly ground black pepper. You can also add a couple of drops of vanilla extract or use a very small amount of fresh ginger. The recipe is calculated with four teaspoons of sugar, but it is completely up to you.Submitted by ALDABATEUSE
Watermelon is great fruit for summers, some time eating same way can be boring so try this interesting receipe. Mint leaves gives slush a very aromatic fresh feel. Cumin seed powder and rock salt is great for Good Digestion.
Mint and coriender leaves are good source of iron.
This drink can make summer really cool.
This is a favourite after-school snack in Kerala homes. High in protein and fibre, it kept us kids going those extra hours until dinner - often eaten at 8 p.m. or later!
This recipe is a basic one - feel free to experiment with other spice mixes that you prefer!
If you're doing a web search for other variants, try the name "sundal" as well as "chundal" ... different dialects.
A service is 30 Grams aprox 2 table spoons. You should top with a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil which adds 40 calories and 4.5 grams of fat 3.3 of which is monosaturated.
Serve with one Joseph's Heart Friendly pita. Adds 60 calories. Toasting it makes it crunchy and oh so yummy!!!
Yummy, crunchy, sticky, low cal, low fat (if you use "Better than Peanut Butter" popcorn recipe that I came up with in desperation one day in response to getting soooo sick of air-popped popcorn made with butter spray and Parmesan cheese, my old diet standby. I know this sounds odd, but try it!-- It's yummy!Submitted by ASCHENBRODEL