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If you are an Indian you must know what I am talking about. The aroma and the taste that an Indian dish gives, can’t be replaced by anything else. Our land is blessed with many spices and by using which you will find ‘The Best’ recipe on each street.

Even a small highway Dhaba becomes so famous just because of its flavor, and the aroma the food provides. From jalebis to bread rolls, these delicious snacks are stealing our hearts since long. They are very easy to cook and will take your few minutes.

So, why don’t you try it at home? Let us start together and make our evenings enjoyable.

Vadi Kebab-

Is Moong dal is too boring for you to eat? Don’t worry you can try its delicious version that is Vadi Kebab. They are easy to make and you can include your choice of stuffing in it. For the stuffing, you don’t need anything out from your kitchen. Green chili, coriander, onion, tomato, and green capsicum.

Cheese Garlic Bread

You might have tasted delicious garlic bread at cafes and restaurants, but what if I tell you that you can make it at home. Prepare your garlic bread and make drop some crumbled cheese on it.

Fritters

For all the gym and diet-people, you don’t need to compromise with the taste or diet, you can still take the pleasure of having tasty Indian-tadka snacks at home. Take your zucchini and other ingredients such as onion, green chili, and coriander, and so on to make a thick paste and shallow fry it.

Chowmein roll

Have some leftover Chowmein? Do you know, you can re-use it for another day? It will make a delicious and quick evening snack. Take out your stored spring roll sheets and make rolls with leftover Chowmein.

-Simran Bhatnagar
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