Snacks Recipes

Our Snacks Recipes section contains a variety of tasty party snacks recipes. Snacks are tidbits which are nibbled between the meals. Snacks are mainly used as starters in the parties. Indian snacks are popular all over the world. Try our variety of Indian snacks recipes.
Fish Cutlet
Fish is a delicacy for most of us, and when fried into a crispy cutlet, there's very rarely another snack that can beat it's popularity. The spices give it the delectable flavor while the bread crumbs lend just the right amount of crust.

• Non Veg.   • Average    Rating: 6.1 / 10 (32 votes)
Cheese Tomato Sandwich
Cheese Tomato Sandwich is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Cheese Tomato Sandwich by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy   
Baby Corn Pakoda
Baby corn wrapped in Maida and fried until golden brown and crispy is the tastiest thing you could relish during those 4 'o'clock hunger cravings. Hot Baby Corn Pakodas with a little bit of sauce is bound to increase your hunger in leaps and bounds.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.8 / 10 (18 votes)
Potato Rolls
Potato Rolls is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Potato Rolls by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.9 / 10 (8 votes)
Chicken Rolls
Chicken Rolls is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Chicken Rolls by following this easy recipe.

• Non Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.9 / 10 (11 votes)
Vada
This is for all of you who begin their morning with the hot hot vada. A typical South Indian breakfast option, the vada batter is pretty simple to prepare. Once that's done, the frying takes absolutely no time.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.5 / 10 (21 votes)
Bread Cutlet
Bread Cutlet is a very delicious recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Bread Cutlet by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.3 / 10 (12 votes)
Achappam
Achappam is a snack very popular among Christians and traditionally made during Christmas time. Also known as Rose cookies, this crunchy and sweet evening snack highlights the mood of the spirit of Christmas.

• Non Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.0 / 10 (8 votes)
Bikaneri Bhujia
While sipping on a cold drink, there is nothing better than chomping through a handful of Bikaneri Bhujia. The crunch, meddled with the spice and the heat of the pepper, makes this evening snack a taker every single time one thinks of partying.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.8 / 10 (33 votes)
Mangalore Bajji
Mangalore Bajji is a popular snack. It is also known as Goli Baje. Learn how to make/prepare Mangalore Bajji by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.2 / 10 (18 votes)
Dhokla
This delicacy from the state of Gujarat is one of the most popular Indian snacks. These tender cubes packed with healthy benefits will mostly make you stop at last but one.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.7 / 10 (41 votes)
Aloo Pakora
What could be more enchanting on a rainy day than a plate full of Aloo Pakoras and some coffee? Our suggestion is that you dip this snack in tomato ketchup for better taste.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 5.8 / 10 (32 votes)
Muthia
Muthia is a typical Gujrati snack that is made with wheat, bajra flour. It is garnished with grated coconut and coriander making it a dish that no one can say no to, especially if you are a health freak.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.9 / 10 (8 votes)
Japanese Rice Crackers
Just like the name, this snack too is quite interesting in its taste. It wouldn't be wrong to call it a Japanese version of a pancake.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 7.7 / 10 (3 votes)
Paneer Tikka
Paneer Tikka is the quintessential dish at Indian parties. Basted with spices and condiments the paneer or cottage cheese is grilled to impart it a charred texture and smoky flavor. Bell peppers can also be used in the preparation to impart it an appetizing look. It can be served with variety of dips.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 6.8 / 10 (39 votes)
Enjoy your summer evening with a different variety of chat, Bread Chat. Learn how to make/prepare Bread Chat by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 6.8 / 10 (16 votes)
Banana Fritters
Banana Fritters is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Banana Fritters by following this simple & easy recipe.

• Non Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.8 / 10 (6 votes)
Bread Upma
Bread Upma is a tasty snack that is easy to make and great to taste. Learn how to make/prepare Bread Upma by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 6.0 / 10 (3 votes)
Apple Sandwich
If you've been trying to get your kids to indulge in a healthy snack and haven't been able to do so, then this apple sandwich will come as a savior. With the top and base consisting of sliced apple, the filling is made with nut butter, fruits of your choice and cheese to make your kids long for this finger licking snack that can be fashioned in a few seconds.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.7 / 10 (10 votes)
Onion Pakoda
The onion pakora is a favorite snack especially during the rainy season. The batter made with besan, onions and chilies is deep fried to make the scrumptious pakoras. It is best served with a cup of hot tea.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.4 / 10 (19 votes)
Palak Pakora
Palak Pakora are the tastiest 4'o'clock snacks that are used to beat hunger pangs. With tons of palak this dish is not only tasty but extreamly healthy.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.9 / 10 (10 votes)
Baby Corn Fry
The crispy Baby Corn Fry is an ideal snack during monsoon and winter season. Learn how to make/prepare Baby Corn Fry by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.3 / 10 (7 votes)
Okonomiyaki
Okonomiyaki is a delicious Japanese snack. Learn how to make/prepare Okonomiaki by following this easy recipe.

• Non Veg.   • Easy   
Khasta Kachori
Khasta Kachori is a favorite recipe. Learn how to prepare Khasta Kachori by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 7.0 / 10 (3 votes)
Kesari Bath
The South Indian counterpart to Sooji ka Halwa, Kesari Bath is a simple yet delicious sweet dish that is the star of the show during festive celebrations like Ganesh Chaturthi. The difference between Sooji ka Halwa and Kesari Bath lies only in the color (orange) which explains the name.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.8 / 10 (16 votes)

Sub Categories
Baked Snacks [23] Banana Snacks [9]
Bread Snacks [22] Cabbage Snack [10]
Cheese Snacks [26] Corn Snacks [20]
Potato/Aloo Snacks [22]

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