Treat your monsoon cravings with these lip-smacking evening snacks

Monsoons are incomplete without a plate of hot snacks like onion pakoras, samosas, aloo chops and a cup of chai

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From roasted bhutta with salt, chilli powder and lemon to pakodas and kachoris, our cravings for all things chatpata just won't stop. Here are a few monsoon snacks you can enjoy with your family this lockdown.(Instagram)

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Aloo chaat: Recreate the famous street-side food at home and enjoy with your loved ones. If you are a fan of potatoes then you need to try a hand at making this Delhi-special aloo chaat. (Instagram/@sinfullyspicy)

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Corn bhel: You cannot afford to miss out on corn during the monsoons. If you do not like having it roasted then you can make bhel out of it. (Instagram/@rushmeaplate)

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Moong dal samosa: Every desi person has a special corner for samosas in their heart. This popular Indian snack needs just a few ingredients to prepare and is best enjoyed during the rainy season. (Instagram/@altsugarnspice food_hauls)

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Aloo dal ki tikki: Another aloo dish to will satisfy your monsoon cravings. Enjoy this with a side of your favourite chutney and a cup of garma-garam chai.(Instagram/@foodf_ood2021)

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Bhelpuri: Just the name can make you droll. Try this iconic street food at home without worrying about waking up to an upset tummy the next day. (Instagram/@365daysofeating)

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Pyaz pakoda: This classic all-time favourite chai time dish is a must during the rainy season. It is not just easy to make but also takes just a few minutes to prepare. The more you eat, the more you want. You just cannot stop at one, you have to go for more.(Instagram/@gunjan_kitchen_food)

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