Chicken Pakoras

The monsoons are here and how! Call it a Bollywood fixation or just the pleasant nip in the air, but this change in weather has fuelled our cravings for piping hot pakodas. Pakodas are deep-fried Indian fritters often paired with chutney and a cup of hot chai. Crunchy and crisp, pakodas are usually very easy to prepare. You can dip any veggie of your choice, in a flour batter and deep fry them into scrumptious pakodas.

Indians share a delicious love affair with chicken. Sneak them in parathas, sandwiches, soups, kebabs, burgers, rice and noodles, this versatile meat would just never disappoint. Yet, if you are willing to explore and experiment, you can always find new ways to make most of chicken.The best part about the snack is that you do not even need any exotic ingredients to make it at home.These nippy evenings call for something greasy, spicy and super-hot! 

Chicken Pakoras
Chicken Pakoras

Monsoon Snack

This Fibre-Rich Corn Snack Is Perfect To Have With Tea While Enjoying The Rains

Monsoon brings with it a fresh, nippy weather. There’s something about rains that quickly make you want to brew a hot cup of tea and cook some delicious snacks to go with it. A perfect evening means noshing on some munchies and sipping on a hot beverage while looking out of the window to watch the rains. Thankfully, there are a whole lot of varieties of snacks that we can quickly rustle up when we are unable to step out of home while it’s pouring. Samosa, pakoda, bhel – they all have been done to death. How about creating something new, something more interesting as well as healthy, this season for yourself and your family?

Here’s a snack made of corns that digresses from the usual class of fried and unhealthy snacks. This corn snack is packed with the goodness of corns.

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