Indian snacks for rainy season recipes

Chicken Cutlets {Indian Chicken Croquettes}

Chicken Cutlets {Indian Chicken Croquettes}

Do you like Indian snacks. I spent my childhood enjoying many different snacks after school. I have in fact blogged about keema or minced beef cutlets before
Masala Paav

Masala Paav

While I liked Peoria (IL) where we had temporarily re-located, I missed all the conveniences of home, like walking to the stores ( Indian stores at a stones throw, it don't get better than this) , meeting friends, going to the park with S, going for a drive and cooking in a regular kitchen
Cabbage & Onion Fritters (Bajji or Pakoda)

Cabbage & Onion Fritters (Bajji or Pakoda)

Pakoda or pakora are a fried Indian tea-time snack. Make these for tea time or on a cold, rainy evening and watch your family gobble these down faster than you can say ‘pakoda‘
Retrospect-2013

Retrospect-2013

finally Khajoor, Indian. for one such rainy night I. my very first choice for homemade edible gifts…. season’s best produce, I made Sem ki Phalli-Tamatar ki Sabzi, a very nutritious recipe that goes with rice or roti…
GUILT-FREE, BAKED POTATO WEDGES

GUILT-FREE, BAKED POTATO WEDGES

You snowed-in east coast souls and my getting-burnt-in-the-sun Indian friends must be using choicest words for me now