Raksha Bandha 2022: Easy and quick snacks for your last moment preparations

Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST
  • They say food is the way to the heart, not just a man's heart but everyone's. This Raksha Bandhan treat your siblings, friends and family with these scrumptious easy-to-cook dishes from across the country.
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Raksha Bandhan, the festival celebrating the bond between sisters and brothers, is just around the corner. This year, it will be observed on August 11 and 12. Siblings all over the country are gearing up to make this day special for one another. No Indian celebration or festival is complete without delicious home-cooked meals. If you don't want to spend much time in the kitchen then here are a few desi snacks to savour your taste buds this Rakhi.(Unsplash/Instagram)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Raksha Bandhan, the festival celebrating the bond between sisters and brothers, is just around the corner. This year, it will be observed on August 11 and 12. Siblings all over the country are gearing up to make this day special for one another. No Indian celebration or festival is complete without delicious home-cooked meals. If you don't want to spend much time in the kitchen then here are a few desi snacks to savour your taste buds this Rakhi.(Unsplash/Instagram)

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Tangy corns: This is the easiest of the lot and takes the least time. You can customise this dish however you want to and add ingredients of your choice. If you are new to cooking then here's how you can prepare it. Par-boil the corn kernels, drain the water, and add salt (as per your taste), chilli powder, chaat masala, lime juice, freshly cut coriander and finely chopped chillies.(Instagram/@eatwithruhi)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Tangy corns: This is the easiest of the lot and takes the least time. You can customise this dish however you want to and add ingredients of your choice. If you are new to cooking then here's how you can prepare it. Par-boil the corn kernels, drain the water, and add salt (as per your taste), chilli powder, chaat masala, lime juice, freshly cut coriander and finely chopped chillies.(Instagram/@eatwithruhi)

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Goli Bajji: This dish is a famous snack of Mangalore which is made from various flours and curd. It goes well with the famous coconut chutney.(Instagram/@dilsefood.in)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Goli Bajji: This dish is a famous snack of Mangalore which is made from various flours and curd. It goes well with the famous coconut chutney.(Instagram/@dilsefood.in)

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Palak Fritters: Keep it healthy yet delicious with this mouth-watering spinach recipe. This needs just three ingredients - spinach, gram flour (besan) and salt. You can either deep fry the leaves or bake them.(Instagram/@flavours_of_food)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Palak Fritters: Keep it healthy yet delicious with this mouth-watering spinach recipe. This needs just three ingredients - spinach, gram flour (besan) and salt. You can either deep fry the leaves or bake them.(Instagram/@flavours_of_food)

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Chicken 65: Awaken your taste buds with this spicy, deep-fried chicken dish all the way from Chennai. This is one of the popular south Indian appetisers which is marinated with curd, and Indian spices then shallow fried in oil then flavoured with ginger, garlic and spicy sauce.(Instagram/@rj_cooking_diaries)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Chicken 65: Awaken your taste buds with this spicy, deep-fried chicken dish all the way from Chennai. This is one of the popular south Indian appetisers which is marinated with curd, and Indian spices then shallow fried in oil then flavoured with ginger, garlic and spicy sauce.(Instagram/@rj_cooking_diaries)

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Dahi Kebab: Vegetarians are going to love this dish. Curd is a primary ingredient in this dish. Other ingredients used are spices, herbs and gram flour. Serve it with a side of green chutney.(Instagram/@foodtokwithsherin)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Dahi Kebab: Vegetarians are going to love this dish. Curd is a primary ingredient in this dish. Other ingredients used are spices, herbs and gram flour. Serve it with a side of green chutney.(Instagram/@foodtokwithsherin)

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Bread Pakoda: Bring this famous Indian street food to the doors of your house this Raksha Bandhan. These savoury bread fritters are stuffed with mashed potato and soaked in a spiced batter of gram flour and then deep fried to perfection.(Instagram/@bornhungrybypayal)
Published on Aug 10, 2022 01:43 PM IST

Bread Pakoda: Bring this famous Indian street food to the doors of your house this Raksha Bandhan. These savoury bread fritters are stuffed with mashed potato and soaked in a spiced batter of gram flour and then deep fried to perfection.(Instagram/@bornhungrybypayal)

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