Chai Time Delights: 9 Marwari Tea-time Snacks You’ll Love
Kachori: Spicy and crispy deep-fried pastries filled with various stuffings like lentils, peas, or potatoes.
Pyaaz Ki Kachori: Similar to kachori, but these are filled with a spicy onion mixture, offering a burst of flavors.
Ghewar: Crispy and lacy deep-fried discs made from flour, soaked in sugar syrup, and often garnished with nuts and cardamom.
Bajra Raab: A warm, thick, and nutritious beverage made from bajra (pearl millet) flour, ghee, and jaggery.
Dal Dhokli: Soft wheat flour dumplings cooked in a spicy lentil gravy, creating a hearty and satisfying snack.
Bikaneri Bhujia: Famous spicy snacks made from gram flour and spices, known for their unique texture and taste.
Namak Pare: Crunchy, savory bites made from wheat flour and spices, perfect for munching alongside tea.
Fafda: Crispy and thin gram flour sticks, often served with a spicy chutney, making them a popular snack.
Papad Ki Sabzi: Papads (thin, crispy lentil or potato discs) are simmered in a flavorful yogurt-based gravy, creating a unique and delicious dish.
Methi Thepla: Thin, unleavened flatbreads made with fresh fenugreek leaves, whole wheat flour, and spices, ideal for tea-time.