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Top 5 Namkeens in India We Totally Love!

Top 5 Namkeens in India We Totally Love!

Indians are big-time foodies who simply cannot do without having snacks on their plate. So whether it is bundi raita to go with their biryani or adding namkeen to their curries and turning them into innovative dishes such as the spicy misal or sev bhaaji, Indians have a long history of namkeen. 

Every community in India has specialty namkeen, so whether it is the fafda of Gujarat or Karnataka’s jackfruit chips. Here are some of our top authentic Namkeens that we totally recommend:

  1. Ratlami Sev

Crispy and fried, the famous Indori Ratlami sev is made from healthy chickpea flour with Indori blend of spices. Ratlami Sev is an excellent high-tea ally, or you can have it with Indian dishes such as upma, poha, etc.

  1. Teekhi Bundi

Teekhi bundi is a perfect ingredient for raita. Just mix curd, bundi, salt, sugar and enjoy this delicious raita with a variety of rice and paratha items. Looking to buy authentic Indori namkeen online? Check out Indore.online!

  1. Mota Gathiya

Indians love their namkeen. So whether it is to munch on during the evening tea or as a snack item in office lunchbox, they love something savoury! The Mota Gathiya is not a masaledaar snack item but its light, salty taste is something that doesn’t let you keep hands off of it!

  1. Tasty Peanuts

The party-favourite snack item, Tasty peanuts is a super companion for your drinks! The namkeen consists of coated masala peanuts that are spicy and tangy! They’re so delicious that we bet you can’t just eat one! 

  1. Diet Mix Chiwda

For the health conscious namkeen lovers who want to stay fit but also cannot miss out on chatpata namkeen, the Diet Mix Chiwda is the right pick for you! Top it up with finely chopped tomatoes, onions and coriander, and spritz some lemon juice to turn it into a yummy chaat item. 

Looking for Indore famous namkeen online? Check out Indore.online for lip-smacking authentic Indori namkeen! If you wish to buy tasty namkeen offline, then head to our Indori Ratlami sev shop in Mumbai (Thakur Village, Kandivali East) for a variety of authentic snacks, papads, gajak, instant mixes and more! 

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Add Chatpata Twist to Indori Poha – Instant Poha Chaat Recipe

Add Chatpata Twist to Indori Poha – Instant Poha Chaat Recipe

Poha is one of India's favourite breakfast items. So whether it is Indori Poha or Maharashtrian Pohe, people across India enjoy this healthy and delicious dish to start their day. Parents might find it hard to feed their children this dish because children prefer options such as cornflakes, Chocos, sandwiches and more. So how do you get your kids eat this nutrition-packed dish for breakfast? Add a chatakdaar twist to it!

Here's how you can elevate Poha with this instant, refreshing and healthy dish!

Instant Poha Chaat Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Indori Poha 
  • Onion, finely chopped
  • Tomatoes, finely chopped
  • Ratlami Sev (or any sev of your choice)
  • Coriander leaves, finely chopped
  • Lemon juice
  • Pudina chutney (optional)

Procedure:

  1. Gather all the ingredients and prepare as directed. You can buy poha online from Indore.online for authentic Indori Poha.
  2. Cook poha as usual without curry leaves and coriander leaves. (There's no harm in adding these ingredients as both curry and coriander leaves are good for health.)
  3. Serve poha in a bowl and keep aside. 
  4. Make pudina chutney using mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chilies, salt and sugar. Pudina chutney brings out the 'chaat' essence of this dish. 
  5. Add a tablespoon of pudina chutney on top of the served poha. 
  6. Add finely chopped onions and tomatoes. 
  7. Add sev of your choice and sprinkle coriander leaves on top. 
  8. Squeeze out the lemon juice and serve Poha Chaat! 

Why is Indori Poha a healthy option?

Poha is recommended by dieticians for its health benefits. It is called super food as it works wonderfully for weight loss, especially when eaten for breakfast. Here are some benefits of poha:

  • Easy to digest
  • Full of iron
  • Loaded with healthy carbohydrates
  • Has low calories content
  • Maintains blood/sugar level
Looking to buy Indori poha online? Check out Indore.online today for lip-smacking namkeen, snacks, sweets and more!
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6 Types of Papads You Should Try

6 Types of Papads You Should Try

Whether it is your soothing moong dal khichadi or a plate of spicy biryani, having crunchy, delicious papad by the side makes any meal wholesome. Papad or pappadam is India's favourite namkeen when it comes to traditional meals. It doesn’t just taste good with rice dishes but also with rajma, chhole, and the like.

There are varieties of papads available in India made with different flours and flavours. There’s just no limit when it comes to flavours. When thinking of buying papad online, we totally recommend trying out these papads that are made using different flours. So keep your plate of rajma chawal ready and finish it with these tasty papad variants!

Chana Dal Papad

6 Types of Papads You Should Try 

  1. Rice Papad

A savoury delicacy in South Indian homes, this is a standard supplement with rice, sambhar and pickle. The rice papad is made using rice and salt. Some homes also add soaked sabudana and homemade masala for additional flavourings.

  1. Ragi Papad

A popular Maharashtrian meal accompaniment is the ragi or the nachani papad. It is made using healthy ragi flour. Its rich brown colour and coarse texture make it stand out from other papad variants. Another healthy option for fitness freaks is moong dal papad.

  1. Sabudana Papad

A favourite snack item during fasts, sabudana papad is often eaten during Navratri fasts or other fasts across India. It has a slight flavour of jeera, salt, and ghee that make this papad tasty and crunchy!

  1. Aloo Papad

Made using boiled, mashed potatoes and salt, aloo papad is famous across the northern Indian states such as Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. Aloo ka papad is also a common snack eaten during Holi.

  1. Chana Dal Papad

Chana papad or chana dal papad is a conventional spicy papad made from flour and chana dal. It tastes delicious with rice items or traditional curries such as sambhar, kadhi, rassam, etc.

  1. Khichiya Papad

Khichu is a dough made from rice flour, salt, and cumin seeds. The papad made from this dough is known as Khichiya papad. It is an integral part of Gujarati cuisine and is rare to find in other parts of the country. Buy khichiya papad variants like Makka Khichiya, Rice Khichiya, Wheat Khichiya and Jwar Khichiya papad online on Indore.online.

Looking to buy papad online? Check out Indore.online for a range of crunchy papads such as moong dal papad, chana dal papad and other namkeen items like Ratlami sev, teekha bundi, lal mirch mungfali dana, etc.  If you have a sweet tooth, there are plenty Indian sweets such Basundi mix, Jalebi mix, shakar para, etc. Check out Indore.online and dive into a world of namkeen and sweets, all manufactured by well-known manufacturers from India!

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