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Indian savouries, also known as snacks or appetizers, are a diverse range of delicious and flavorsome treats that are enjoyed across the country. Here are some popular Indian savouries:
Samosa: A triangular pastry filled with a spiced mixture of potatoes, peas, and sometimes meat. It is deep-fried until crispy and served with chutney.
Pakora: A deep-fried snack made by coating various vegetables, such as onion, potato, or caulifl. . . Read More >
Pakora: A deep-fried snack made by coating various vegetables, such as onion, potato, or cauliflower, in a spiced gram flour batter. Pakoras are crispy and often served with mint or tamarind chutney.
Bhajiya: Similar to pakoras, bhajiyas are deep-fried fritters made with different vegetables, like spinach, eggplant, or chili, coated in a spiced gram flour batter.
Vada: A South Indian snack made by frying a lentil-based batter. Medu vada is a popular variant made with urad dal, while masala vada includes additional spices and ingredients.
Pani Puri: Also known as golgappa or puchka, it is a popular street food. Pani puri consists of crispy hollow puris filled with a mixture of flavored spicy water, tamarind chutney, and potatoes.
Aloo Tikki: A shallow-fried or pan-fried patty made with mashed potatoes mixed with various spices. It is often served with chutney and garnished with yogurt and sev (crispy chickpea flour noodles).
Dhokla: A steamed savory cake made from fermented rice and chickpea flour. Dhokla is soft and spongy, usually served with green chutney or tamarind chutney.
Kachori: A deep-fried pastry filled with a spiced mixture of lentils, peas, or potatoes. It is often served with chutney and enjoyed as a snack or breakfast item.
Papdi Chaat: A popular street food snack made with crispy fried dough wafers (papdi) topped with a tangy and spicy mixture of yogurt, chutney, onions, and sev.
Paneer Tikka: Cubes of marinated paneer (Indian cottage cheese) skewered and grilled until charred and smoky. Paneer tikka is a popular appetizer and is often served with mint chutney.
These are just a few examples of the wide variety of Indian savouries available, each with its own distinct flavors and regional variations.