Kachori to Samosa: 7 Indian snacks perfect for rainy evenings

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These triangular pastries filled with spicy potatoes or seasonal veggies are one of the most popular monsoon snacks among Indians. 

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Nothing beats the savory pakoras and ginger tea on a rainy evening. It is one of the holy grail snacks of the monsoon and is enjoyed all over the country in diverse forms. 

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Kachoris are flaky pastries filled with a spicy mixture of lentils. It is generally paired with tangy chutney and enjoyed with tea. 

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Batata Vada

Batata vada is made from smashed potatoes mixed with spices and coated with besan. These delectable treats are paired with tea or a sweet beverage. 

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Aloo Tikki

Aloo tikki is one of the most loved and eaten Indian snacks all over the world. Made from deep-fried smashed potatoes, aloo tikki is the perfect snack for a rain-washed evening. 

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Poha is generally believed to be a breakfast food; however, this healthy and tasty breakfast can easily transform into a delicious evening snack. 

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Vada Pav

Vada pav is a popular food on the streets of Mumbai. This spicy potato fritter, paired with a soft pav, is everything you need this monsoon. 

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