7 Desi Dishes that were made for Monsoons
Desi Dishes– It’s not a new fact that one of the most popular snacks in India tastes 10x times better in Monsoon. Hot and crispy samosa are nature’s gift for us during the chilly winds of monsoon. With different filling like peas, potato and poha, samosas make for a delicious treat.
- Bhutta Or Corn
The roasted bhutta or corn with lemon and chilli are paradise for every food lovers in the world. Usually sold on streets, made on high flame over charcoal, Bhuttas is a sign of welcoming Monsoon with open hearts every year. The smoky flavour of the roasted corns give a feel-good experience to everyone enjoying the rain.
Hot Pakodas With Chai= Match made in heaven
Mirchi pakoda, paneer pakoda or even aloo pakoda are a must-have during monsoons. Having pakodas with chai makes for an inseparable combination. During the rainy season, family time with pakoda along with some fresh masala chai always gets thumbs up.
- Bread Chop
Bread Chop provides a much-needed break from everyday bread items like bread-jam or bread butter in breakfast. In a chilly rainy morning, bread chop is the best option to start your day with its spiciness and crunchiness. It is easy to make and healthy to have too.
Paneer Tikka is a favourite among vegetarians which makes for a mouth-watering, spicy and scrumptious dish. Even on winters and summers, this dish every true vegetarian’s saviour. This North Indian started is grilled to perfection and then cooked in a delicious gravy.
- Aloo Ka Paratha
Is there anything better than Ma ke Haath ka Aloo Paratha in this chilly weather? We guess not! Hot Aloo ka Parathas with dahi or pickle can instantly light up anyone’s mood. To be honest, there’s nothing more satisfying than a hot Aloo Ka Paratha made by our moms during monsoon!
- Batata Vadas
This famous Mumbai street food which is create of potatoes fritters stuffed with gram flour never disappoints. This comfort food has to be on your monsoon’s favourite list. This snack is also everything for those who love spicy food or street food.