We eat it every day and in every way, but one of our favorites is when the monsoon season comes to India, which is why we’ve compiled some of my favorite monsoon recipes that use ingredients found in or around the home during this time. Whether you’re a foodie or not (we know you are), these recipes will impress!
Paneer Pakoda is a popular and delicious dish made with paneer, potatoes, and spices. It is a deep-fried snack that can be served as an appetizer or snack.
It requires few ingredients, making it easy to make at home.
This recipe is for you if you are a vegetarian and love eating snacks. Corn pakoda is a popular snack in India. It is made with corn flour, spices, and gram flour. The recipe is easy to make and can be cooked in less than 30 minutes!
Aloo Tikki is a popular snack in India made from mashed potatoes, spices, and chickpea flour. You can serve it with appetizer or as a snack, eaten hot or cold. It’s also great with chutney!
The best part about Aloo Tikki is that it’s simple to make when you have all the ingredients. The only thing you need to make this recipe are potatoes (boiled or baked), onions, ginger garlic paste, green chilies, and coriander leaves (cilantro).
Coconut laddoo is a classic Indian dessert you can make in your kitchen. It is one of the easiest recipes to cook, and everyone will love it.
The recipe calls for just three ingredients: grated coconut (dried or fresh), sugar and cardamom powder. You can add nuts like almonds or cashews if you’d like. You could also use a mix of nuts and raisins instead of just one type of dried fruit.
Monsoon recipes are amazing. Try these and let us know what you think!
These recipes are excellent for the whole family, and even better is that they’re easy to prepare.
So, what are you waiting for? Try these out, and let us know what you think!
We hope you try out some of these recipes during the monsoon! They’re all delicious, easy to make, and great for sharing with friends and family.