Eating a healthy snack is boring so I thought its better to share the snapshots of unhealthy greasy snacks for now 😉 .This remains the favorite prompt so far. It is both benefit and loss if you have a husband who is a passionate cook. Benefit as I don’t have to sweat out to find a way to his heart err I mean via his stomach as he himself can cook a sumptuous meal. Loss as he will keep on advising me as to what to cook and what not to and how to make it more beautiful and you have to bear with all the free tips. Like Shilpa “said” one has to bear with the messy kitchen too which looks like a battle field once my husband finishes a dish. How ever all the minuses can be ignored as by EOD you get to taste wonderful dishes. I am directly jumping in to some favorite snacks by husband.
The below pic shows Mirchi Bajji / Mirapakai bajji a famous south Indian snack or Mirchi Pakoda- (I am not sure about the nomenclature in North India.). For recipe you can check “this” post I found on googling if interested 🙂 . It is spicy tasty with all onion toppings and nimbu(lemon) sprinkled a top .It is the best snack in rainy season. Definitely not healthy but once in a while its a must to taste a delicious bajji. The pic here has mirchi bajji on top and below is the home made chana chat with mirchi bajjii pieces as topping! Presentation matters.
|Rain Rain come again 🙂|
Just today morning as I was making my bowl of oats(Yep I am diet conscious on most days of the year) my husband was all set to mock me with a plate of home made french fries and a bowl of soupy yummy maggi noodles. This actually can’t be called a snack as its a tummy filling break fast but still wanted to click as I won’t be having it. 😦
|Soupy noodles and French Fries!|
I leave you with this last pic with out which this post would be incomplete. I am a big chat fan. I am not talking about the conversation — chat. I love Indian chaat/chat. I can strike off any thing from my diet list for the sake of good health and body but I can never subside my love for chat. Any hygienic chat bhandar catches my eye. Rajasthan- Jaipur is the best for chat in India I feel. I still remember the chat I had at hotel Kanji – Jaipur but the dahi paapdi I had at Dilli haat in Delhi is also my favorite. Below is a snap shot. I love all Indian chats but my favorite would be sev puri and also pav bhaji 🙂
|Dahi Papdi at Dillii haat|