The cool breeze and lush greenery in the monsoon is something I just love and the foodie monster gets activated. Rainy season brings so much relief from the itching summer.
Rainy day snacks, are mandatory if only weather gives sign of rain. I am sharing my favorite 5 snacks.
1. Mix plate of Pakoade
Pakore is almost every family’s favorite, and it’s mandatory to be severed as one of the best rainy day snack when it dizzling.
I usually love to have mix different vegetable pakorades like onion, chillie, potatoes, even brinjal, spinach and other variety. My kids love to have paneer pakorade and cauliflower pakorade.
Dipped with gram flour batter with spices like red chili powder, salt, amchur(Dry mango), and dhaniya powder this is the best companion of rain.
Nothing can beat yummy and hot chaat during the rainy season. I love aalo tikki and my husband prefer matar chaat. Being from the city of nawabs, Lucknow I love basket chaat a lot.
Basket chaat, is most famous in Lucknow and it’s filling. They filled the full basket with different tikkis and chaat which is just mouthwatering, I can bet you can’t finish that alone.
Next time if you are in Lucknow don’t forget to try basket chaat and thank me later.
3. Arbi ke pakode
This is one recipe of my mother which I love from the core of my heart and can have anytime during the rainy season.. It is crispy and with the blend of flavors it tastes outstanding.
If you want to try this check out my recipe here.
This is yet again one of the most loved evening snacks at our place. This is a typical north Indian snack that is usually famous during the rainy season and even it is made during Karwacauth.
Check out the easy recipe over here.
5. Vada Pav
Staying in Mumbai vada pav is on go anytime food item for every single Mumbaikar. This is definetly in my list as it’s not only taste yummy but also the green chillie and red chutney adds so much taste.
You can check fast food flavors of Mumbai over here
These are my top 5 all-time favorite rainy day snacks. Which is yours?
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