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Snack Recipes

  • Veg
  • 60 mins
  • Serves 3
  • Medium


  • Paneer Haryali

  • Grind to Make a Paste:

  • Mullu Murukku


A snack is generally a portion of food that is smaller than a normal meal and is usually eaten between meals. There are various forms of snacks and this includes snack foods that are packaged and some other processed foods, including items that are made from ingredients at home.

Generally, Snack foods are meant to be quick, portable and satisfying. Also, processed snack foods are typically designed to be more durable, more portable, and less perishable than prepared foods. Here are some mouth-watering snack recipes for you to try.

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How to Make Paneer Haryali

  1.  Mix the ground ingredients with lemon juice.
  2. In this masala paste, marinate the paneer for about 30 mins.
  3. Use a griller to grill the paneer or add very little oil to a frying pan that doesn’t stick and fry it.
  4. Your delicious Paneer Hariyali is ready to be eaten. Serve hot and add coconut to garnish.


How to Make Mullu Murukku

  1. On a low flame, use a large pan with a heavy bottom to roast the urad dal flour until it turns light brown. Urad dal can also be roasted, and then powdered afterwards.
  2. Add the sesame seeds, cumin seeds and rice flour to this.
  3. Add the dalda or butter to the mixture above. Mix it well with the flour. It will be melted by the warmth from your hands.
  4. Add some water to it and mix to create dough. The consistency of the dough must be good enough to pass right through the muruku press. It won’t pass easily if the dough you make is too thick. If it is also too thin, it won’t be able to form a proper shape.
  5. Use a muruku mould or press to make the shape you desire on a plastic sheet that’s been greased. The murukku can be made into different shapes.
  6. Gently remove it from the sheet and use a pan to fry it in hot oil. If you want to get a shape that’s more rusty, you can press the dough directly into the oil, rather than using a mould to make a shape. Fry till it’s color turns to golden brown. Use a paper towel to drain the oil.
  7. Your Mullu Murukku is ready to serve. Store in a container that’s air tight so you can enjoy it for many days. 

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Pakora are batter-fried fish or vegetables that are popularly eaten as a snack or appetizer in India, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. They are also called bhajias or bhajis.

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