Kill Your Hunger Pangs With These Peanut Snacks

A kadak cup of chai and some delectable snacks are needed for an evening break from work. Without a tray of varied pakoras or masaledar chaats, mouthwatering vada pav, pav bhaji, and other such dishes, tea time in India would simply be incomplete. To fully enjoy tea time, there are tons more delectable foods that may be made. We have a surprise that is sure to impress you if you are tired of eating the same old fried snacks and are constantly looking for something interesting and delectable. Here is a list of protein-packed peanut snacks that would go great with your evening cup of coffee. And the greatest part is that all of these snacks are incredibly tasty and simple to make. 

Masala Peanut 

We assume that everyone has tried the masala peanut pack from a supermarket. Ever attempt to make it at home? If not, we have a simple recipe for you to make masala peanuts at home. Nothing else matters in this dish; it's all about indulgence. 

Recipe: 250g peanuts, 60g cornflour, 30g refined flour, 30g besan or chickpea flour, 30g Kashmiri chilli powder, 15g coriander powder, 2.5g turmeric powder, 5g garam masala, 5g ajwain or carom seeds, 5g amchur powder, 5g black salt, 25g green chilli- ginger garlic paste, Salt to taste, Crushed black pepper to taste and water.  


Add all three types of flour to a large mixing bowl. Add black salt, ajwain, amchur powder, garam masala, turmeric, coriander, and Kashmiri chilli powder to the mixing bowl. Mix these components together. Green chilies should be added to the ginger-garlic mixture. For a thick batter, add ½ cup of water. This will serve as the peanuts' coating. Fold the peanuts into the batter after adding them. Scoop out some of the masala peanut batter, and then cook it in small clusters in medium-hot mustard oil. 

Add a lot of chaat masala to the fried peanut clusters. You could also choose to divide them up into smaller pieces. 

Peanut Sundal 

All South Indian food enthusiasts should try this! This particular recipe is similar to a hot peanut chaat laden with flavorful South Indian spices like mustard, curry leaves, and grated coconut; it will leave you craving more. 

Recipe: 1 Cup Peanuts, ½ tsp mustard seeds, 8-10 curry leaves, 1 tsp grated ginger, A pinch of asafoetida, 2 tsp grated coconut, Salt as required.  


Put the peanut in water and let it soak for an hour. Not more than two whistles should be used to cook this in a pressure cooker. Heat the oil in a skillet, add the mustard seeds, and when they start to pop, add the asafoetida (Hing), the curry leaves, and the grated ginger. Sauté for a few minutes. Now thoroughly combine the grated coconut, salt, and peanuts. Enjoy with tea or a spread of south Indian food after being served hot. 

Double Cheese Peanuts 

Putting cheese and peanuts together? Yes, indeed! After making this recipe once, you'll want to do it again and again. This recipe will impress your guests in a matter of minutes, whether it is for an unexpected guest gathering or a special occasion. 

Recipe: Peanuts, Fresh mozzarella cheese, Fresh Gouda cheese, 1 tsp olive oil, 1 tsp lemon juice, ½ tsp red pepper, A dash of parsley, Salt to taste, ¼ tsp chat masala, ¼ tsp cumin, ¼ tsp mustard seeds.  


Put the cumin and mustard seeds in the pan after heating it with olive oil. Add the peanuts when they have started to crackle. For two minutes, stir. Red pepper, salt, and chat masala are now added; mix well for a while. Add the lemon juice and thoroughly combine. Remove it from the dish and top with freshly chopped parsley, mozzarella, and gouda cheese. Serve hot.