Indian Fast Food Recipes You Can Make at Home
Indian Fast Food Recipes section contains a variety of healthy fast food recipes.
The fast food culture is very common in streets of India. But we all know the downside of having too much fast food from street-side stores and fast food malls. Yes, they are inherently unhealthy. Starting with the frying oil to the overall cooking environment, there’s a high probability that germs and dust will make their way into the food and to your stomach. Still we love to have fast food (sometimes quite frequently). There’s a magic ingredient that makes the fast food soooo tasty.
Indian Fast Food Recipes section contains a variety of healthy fast food recipes. Fast food diet is very popular these days as in today’s hectic life one doesn’t have enough time to cook traditional dishes. But fast food is generally associated with junk food. Try our range of healthy & easy fast food recipes.
Fast Food Recipes at Home
Khasta kachori is a perfect (heavy) Indian fast food item for snacks when you are little bit more hungry than just namkeen or light snacks. There are various ways to prepare khasta kachori and in different shapes and sizes too. What I am going to show you is a much easier (yet delicious) version that you can easily and quickly prepare in your home and (kind of) surprise the family with this (relatively) healthy and heavy snacks item with evening tea/coffee.
An item that falls on the menu card of every Indian restaurant, the naan is an Indian bread that accentuates the flavor of any curry or side dish. A dollop of butter and this bread will melt in your mouth with ease that will please.
Mutton roll (Goat Meat) is an evening snacks item that is normally available in road side fast food centers. But you can prepare this dish at home which is definitely healthier than the outside food centers. The home made roll is even more delicious dishes than the Indian fast food shops.
Ask any Punjabi what he prefers for breakfast, it has to be parathas or the Choley Bhature. The Bhatura isn’t like any other poori-it needs special preparation and cooking time. Pair that with delicious choley and you earn a guaranteed trip to foodie heaven. Statutory Warning: It is going to make you full. Like, really full.
Pav Bhaji is a great Indian fast food item to have in snacks and heavy enough to even complete dinner with more pav (breads). The bhaji (vegetable) is really tasty (sour and spicy) and will tickle you tastebuds enough to finish every bit of it from the bowl. There are various ways to prepare the bhaji, the one written here is the easiest and yet the most tasty one. The pav is nothing but hamburger breads available in bakery.
The mood for something spicy, crunchy and tangy to snack on in the evening? Then why not make some authentic bhel puri at home? Along with the all-important puffed rice, throw in some potatoes, add various spices, and drizzle some of that sweet-sour chutney, and your bhel puri is ready.