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Indian Savoury Snacks

Indian Savoury Snacks

Introduction

Like the rest of the world, India has a wide variety of savoury snacks. Not only is there a large selection in terms of taste, but also in terms of texture and cooking methods. Salty snacks are hugely popular among Indians, and many Indian people will turn to them when they are hungry or need a quick snack. Here is a list of some popular savoury snacks in India:

Bhujia

Bhujia is a savoury snack made from gram flour and spices. It is popular throughout the Indian subcontinent, particularly in India and Nepal.

Bhujia is made from gram flour (besan) fried in oil with various other ingredients such as chillies, salt, ginger or garlic powder. The mixture is then tossed with sesame seeds before being dried for several hours or overnight to form a crisp and crunchy snack food.

Moong Dal

If you're a fan of Indian food, you've probably run across a dish called Moong Dal. This is a type of lentil, and it can be found in many different places throughout India. The taste is similar to that of kidney beans, but with a softer texture that makes them easier to chew.

Moong Dal is made from Moong Beans—a pulse that's grown in Southern Asia and brought over into India by Arab traders many centuries ago. The beans themselves are small and golden-brown in color; when cooked they turn creamy white or yellowish-white in appearance (depending on whether the recipe calls for coconut milk or not). In addition to being delicious, Moong Dal has been known for its high nutritional value as well—it's rich in protein and fiber which make it great for maintaining good health!

Aloo Bhujia

Aloo Bhujia is a popular Indian snack that you can enjoy with tea, beer and wine. It's made of potatoes, onions, green chilies and spices. The aloo bhujia recipe below is easy to make but requires some time to cook because it requires frying in oil or ghee.

The recipe for Aloo Bhujia calls for:

  • 2 cups of powdered potatoes (aloo powder)

  • 2-3 cups of water plus 4-5 tablespoons of ghee/oil while cooking the bhujia

  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds

  • 5 cloves garlic cloves finely chopped

  • 1 tsp ginger paste

Methi Mathri

Methi Mathri, or fenugreek-flour biscuits, are a popular savoury snack in North India. They're made from flour and fenugreek seeds, which give them their distinctive earthy flavour and aroma.

These crunchy treats go well with chai (tea) or any other beverage of your choice.

Khatta Meetha

Khatta meetha, also known as kaju ka halwa or kaju ki rabri, is a traditional Indian sweet made from gram flour, sugar and ghee. This delicious sweet has a thick texture and comforting flavor that is sure to please any palate.

Khatta meetha is popular throughout North India in Rajasthan, Punjab and Gujarat where it is served during special occasions such as weddings and festivals like Diwali.

Haldiram,s make the best snacks.

Haldiram's is a popular Indian snack brand that has been making snacks since 1972. Their snacks are available all over India, the UK and the US. The company uses the best ingredients to make their products and they offer quality, taste and value for money. Haldiram’s snacks are popular with people who love savoury snacks such as samosa chaat, pani puri or doughnuts. They also have brands like Rajbhog which sells sweets made with real sugar cane juice rather than artificial sweeteners so you can eat healthy sweets!

Conclusion

Haldiram,s make the best snacks.