South Indian snacks recipes cover delicious items like masala vada,
Maddur vada, samosa, chakli or murukku,
kodabale, fried avarebele, medu vada, dahi vada, and
Snacks such as murukku and masala vada are made during festivals like
Gokulashtami and Diwali.
Many snacks make the mouth water, and some of them can be eaten in the
evening with a hot cup of coffee or tea!
Khara boondi is used for garnishing items like bisi bele bath
and dahi vada.
In the past, it was a common practice to make snacks, such as murukku
kodabale, in large quantities, particularly during the
Winter season. Specifically, children liked to munch on these food.
Today, such a tradition is less prevalent. Thanks to the busy
lifestyles. Further, most snacks are deep-fried. This is another reason
why some stay away from snacks for health reasons.
Eating a snack, however, once in a while, in moderation, would
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Indian snacks recipes today.