Let’s agree, there’s no better way to enjoy your evening than gorging on some crispy snacks along with a hot cup of tea. Summer, winter, autumn or more, no matter what the season and weather conditions are, a cup of tea makes everything right. And when it’s about us, tea and decadent snacks go hand in hand. From crispy samosa, bhajjis to greasy tikkis, vada pao and more, tea time is never dry and boring in Indian households. And out of a never-ending list of snacks that we have tried and loved, here we bring you 5 more delicious snacks to add to the list. These snacks are made with chana dal which is a common ingredient in many households. Pair them with your favourite dips and chutney and you are in for a treat. Let’s get started with the list.
Here’s A List Of Snacks Made Of Chana Dal. Take A Look:
1. Chana Dal Namkeen
When you are in the mood for a light snack to munch along with your evening cuppa, a salty and spicy namkeen mixture is probably the best thing to pick. Here we bring you a namkeen recipe made with chana dal along with a host of other tangy spices. Wondering how to make it at home? Click here.
2. Chana Dal Idli
If you are someone who is on a weight loss journey, this light and nutritious idli recipe is the one you must try. With its flavour enhanced by ginger and the tempering of whole spices, it makes for a delicious tea-time snack. Find the recipe here.
3. Bolo de Rulao
Here we bring you a very popular Goan style cake recipe. The spongy texture of the cake along with the crunch of the coconut makes this sweet treat an irresistible one! And making it at home is quite a cakewalk too. Click here.
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4. Chana Dal Dhokla
Dhokla is one Gujarati snack we all can’t resist. Besides being extremely delicious, this popular Gujarati snack is also very healthy. So, here we bring you a dhokla recipe made with a batter comprising chana dal, yogurt and sugar. Try it out! Click here.
5. Chana-Dal Sundal
Love South Indian cuisine? This recipe is a must-try! This no onion, no garlic recipe is so filling and nutrient-rich, it can be paired with pooris or can be used as a side dish in Indian platters too. Furthermore, having it with tea can also be a perfect option. Click here for the recipe.
Now you know the drill, it’s time for you to execute these recipe ideas at home and let us know your experience in the comment section below. Happy Snacking!!