With the rains starting to pour in, the craving for certain lip smacking snacks starts too. Isn't it true that certain dishes taste heavenly with the rain pouring outside?
Bawarchi brings you a variety of traditional rainy day recipes that you should try as a treat to your taste buds.
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The first thing that we crave for during rainy season is the onion pakodas. This crispy and spicy pakodas can be had with a cup of dahi (yoghurt)
Indian Masala Chai
Be it summer or monsoons, the call for a cup of chai is heard anytime. This masala tea is brewed with special chai masala powder and cardamom.
Savour this traditional samosa with imili ki chutney or ketchup. Enjoy.
Do you crave for a hot and spicy breakfast when the weather is gloomy? Then Aloo Paratha is the one you are looking for. One of the most famous dishes, this paratha is enjoyed with curd or pickle of your choice.
Breaded Prawn Cutlet
This cutlet can uplift your mood from dull to fabulous in a matter of minutes.
Urad Dal Ki Kachori
Kachori is one of the snacks that become tasty when it is pouring outside. There are varieties to choose from pyaaz ki kachori to moong dal/urad dal kachories.
Stuck in the rain at the beach and wondering what to do? Find the corn wala thella and pamper yourself with a steaming hot bhutta with a dash of lemon and masala on it.
Mirchi Bajji Bhajia Molaga Bajji (Stuffed)
Mirchi Bajji is considered a perfect snack during the monsoons. Just before serving squeeze in some lime for the tangy flavour.
Sausage Roll Ups
Brush each roll with egg yolk and milk mixture. Sprinkle lightly toasted poppy seeds on top of each roll up.
Simple and Plain Chicken Soup
Nothing can make you feel warm on a rainy day like the chicken soup does.
There is nothing like a bowl of popcorn loaded with butter while watching one of your favorite old movies.
A bowl of hot tomato soup spiced with loads of pepper is just perfect during a rainy day.
Vada Pav with a glass of hot steaming chai is one of the best combinations during the monsoon.