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 or coffee. As soon as the rain gods drench the city, our hunger pangs hit the roof.

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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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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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