India is the land of diversity and immense love for food. We do love our spicy and our sweet. We love some boom on our plates. To add a teaspoon more of masala to your life and to your plate here are 5 snacks that went out of India and came back cooler than ever. Coming, to burst your taste buds with pangs of delight here are a few snacks with the disguise of new!
- Idli Manchurian
What to do with that leftover plate of idlis? Give it a remake. Your usual steamed idli comes with some more masala and a tang here. This is the Chinese rendition of this typical south Indian delicacy. It is always a crowd pleaser. The plate just gets brighter and happier with the idli tossed in Chinese, Manchurian sauces.
- Corn chaat
For those aunties wanting something eye-popping at their kitty parties and those kids looking for something to eat something after school, corn chat is the best option. Corn fried with a coating of corn flour and sautéed in onions and other veggies, this dish is easy to make and a quick one. Add a dash of lemon or chat masala for ultimate satisfaction.
- Baked Samosa
A samosa is always a smart play for any parties. A triangular shaped delicacy made of flour and stuffed with things ranging from potatoes to peas, this dish will make anyone happy. Here is the twist for your health-conscious guests. Bake your samosas. You can even change the filling according to your taste. Add some sophistication to your street side oily samosa.
- Maggi Balls
The easiest thing to make. The thing even children can make. Maggi. Convert, plain, old maggi into something new. Make maggi into balls and coat them in flour. You can even add cheese to make it yummier. Fry these till golden and serve them to your hungry guests. This snack with creamy and crispy texture will make every one happy.
- Kurkure Bhel
Another one of these evening chaat dishes. This one is for the kid chefs. Bhel is something we all live for. With this easy to make twist anyone will be smiling from corner to corner. Take a packet of Kurkure (according to your taste) and mix it well with cut onions, tomatoes. Garnish it with a pinch of chaat masala, lemon and some coriander.
Fusion snacks are the future of India. Everyone is looking in all the corners of the world for something new. More and more amazing snacks are coming up. Tastier, healthier and easier to make. Savour these amazing snacks and make your evenings a tad bit happier.