Mouthwatering 7 Vegetarian Tea-Time Delights from India
Pitha: Traditional rice cakes from the northeastern states of India, made with rice flour and often filled with coconut, jaggery, or sesame seeds.
Dal Baati Churma: A Rajasthani specialty consisting of baked wheat balls (baati) served with spiced lentil curry (dal) and a sweet crumbled wheat dessert (churma).
Sannas: Soft, steamed, and slightly sweet rice cakes from Goa, often served with spicy coconut chutney or curry.
Bhutte Ka Kees: A spicy grated corn stir-fry dish from Madhya Pradesh, seasoned with green chilies, mustard seeds, and curry leaves.
Litti Chokha: A traditional dish from Bihar, Litti is wheat flour dumplings stuffed with roasted gram flour and spices, served with mashed vegetables known as Chokha.
Ghevar: A traditional sweet from Rajasthan, Ghevar is a lacy, disc-shaped dessert made from flour, ghee, and sugar syrup, often enjoyed during festivals.
Farcha: A spicier Indian version of fried chicken, inspired by KFC, popular in some regions of India.