Exploring the World of Indian Tea-Time Samplings 7 recipes a must try

Chole Bhature (North India): A classic combo of spicy chickpea curry (chole) and puffed, deep-fried bread (bhature).

Pakoras (All Over India): Slices of vegetables, paneer, or even fish coated in spiced gram flour batter and deep-fried.

Dhokla (Gujarat): Soft and spongy steamed cakes made from fermented rice and chickpea flour, typically served with chutneys.

Misal Pav (Maharashtra): A spicy curry made from sprouted moth beans, topped with farsan (crispy snacks), and served with pav (bread rolls).

Aloo Paratha (Punjab): Soft, stuffed flatbreads filled with spiced mashed potatoes, served with yogurt and pickles.

Poha (Maharashtra): Flattened rice cooked with spices, peas, and often garnished with grated coconut and sev.

Kanda Bhaji (Maharashtra): Crispy onion fritters, perfect for a rainy day tea-time snack.