The sweet smell of rain soaked mud, the aroma of nature and drizzling rain is the cue that monsoons are here. Yes! It is that time of the year again where we love our gala time with a hot, piping cup of chai with a plate of fritters. There is always something about rainy evenings that we truly love. And with monsoon, comes our hunger pangs. We definitely crave something delicious, crunchy and spicy during this season. And we have got you covered with the best recipes that will make your rainy evenings all the more lovely! Read on to know more.
Snack Recipes To Try Out This Monsoon
The most classic, simple yet delectable of all times! Aloo chaat is a snack that we can totally binge on and with those rainy evenings on the cards, we definitely need something spicy and crunchy to make those evenings delectable. For this recipe, you need a few boiled potatoes, cut them into pieces and then shallow fry them. Once they turn golden brown, take them and then toss them well in chutney and some spices. Top it off with a little bit of lemon juice. And here's your street style aloo chaat.
2.Healthy Corn Bhel
If you are someone who is looking for an healthy alternative to evening snacks, then you gotta try this healthy corn bhel. For this recipe, all you need is some boiled corn, chopped onion, cucumber, tomato, chillies, coriander and some lemon juice. In a bowl mix all the ingredients and mix them well. Top it up with some chaat masala if you want and your bhel is ready to be served.
Fritters are the most delectable and lip smacking snack that we deserve in the monsoon. For this recipe, take one potato, one onion, chillies and coriander. Chop the onion, potato and chillies in small pieces and keep aside. In a bowl, take some gram flour and add water to it and make a thick batter. Then add the chopped ingredients to it and add the coriander and spices as well. Mix well and fry them till crisp and golden brown.
4. Onion Rings
Another totally worth it snack on our list is onion rings. Super simple to make and extremely delicious. Slice the onion into ring shape in a considerate width and then dip that in a prepared gram flour batter and fry them till golden brown.