Move over, boring potatoes. It's time to fill the samosas with some noodles.
The all time favorite tea time snack, only this time it is made with singhare ka atta (water chestnut flour). So now you can feast on these while fasting.
Spicy Soya Bhurji is a good low cal, nutritious dish that can be eaten with chapatis, or as a filling in sandwiches, samosas etc. Soya granules tossed with a variety of spices.
Paani Puri is the most popular street food item. A crisp hollow puri filled with spiced water, the whole of which is to be eaten together.
The classic Indian snack with a twist. Mushrooms replace the good old potato filling in this version of the samosa.
Stuffed with peas this samosa recipe by Uma Singh from Farsaan restaurant is a great tea time snack.
Have had enough of aloo filled samosas? Then try making these moong dal samosas at home.
Samosa cones filled with a delectable and tangy paneer stuffing, baked perfect!
Serendipitous. Everything on the other side of Shimla. It's getting discovered though, inch by lovely inch, and moving towards the tedium of predictability. So hurry, grab the last few moments of being able to be in the only car driving down a long, curly mountain road. Of course there are certain t...
Pockets of dough stuffed with a potato mixture, deep fried. An all time favorite tea time snack!
Fill this basic samosa dough with good things for a snacky treat!
Samosa filled with keema and masala mixture.