Monsoon Delights: 6 Yummy Aloo Snacks To Brighten Up Rainy Days
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Monsoon is coming; what's better than staying indoors with a steaming cup of chai and a dish of mouthwatering aloo snacks? Potatoes are extremely adaptable and may be used in a wide range of warm and crispy recipes. The aroma and the spices mixed with aloo make perfect lip-smacking snacks for monsoon. From crunchy pakoras to spicy chaats, these six aloo snacks will brighten up your rainy days. Make these amazing dishes and enjoy them with chutney.

From aloo tikkis to aloo bonda, these crispy snacks are a must for rainy days.  Aloo chaat is also a burst of bold flavours and textures, combining diced potatoes with tangy tamarind chutney and crunchy sev. All-time favourite pakoras are a classic monsoon treat, perfect for munching on with a hot cup of tea. Embrace the rainy season and treat yourself to these crispy, yummy aloo snacks.


Aloo Tikki

Aloo tikki is a popular street snack with a crispy exterior and a soft interior. Filled with tasty spicy filling, deep-fried in oil and served with chutney is just the best to have in monsoon season.  To make this snack, boil potatoes, mash them, and add in the spices. Combine them with finely sliced onions, green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves, and spices such as cumin, coriander, and garam masala. Make tikkis and deep-fry them until golden brown. Garnish with coriander and serve it with green chutney.

Aloo Chaat

 This chaat is lip-smacking. To make this, boil the aloo and dice it into pieces. Now take a place, add diced boiled potatoes and toss them with chaat masala, red chilli powder, cumin powder, chopped onions, tomatoes, green chillies, and a squeeze of lemon juice. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves, sev, and a drizzle of tangy tamarind chutney for a mouthwatering snack that is spicy and tangy.

Aloo Bonda

This deep-fried potato fritter is soft from the inside, with a fusion of spices. To make this, prepare a spicy potato filling of your choice. Mash potatoes and add spices as you want, like mustard seeds, curry leaves, green chillies, ginger, turmeric, and salt. Mix the mixture well, make small balls of it, and dip it into the chickpea flour batter, which is made with water, a pinch of turmeric, and besan. Fry the balls until golden brown. Your tasty aloo bonda is ready to serve. You can eat them with bread or buns. Serve with chutney and fried chillies.

Aloo Pakora

This common Indian snack is made with sliced potatoes dipped in besan batter with spices like ajwain, chilli powder, turmeric, and salt.  Coat the slices well and fry until golden brown. Deep-fry the coated potato slices until golden brown and crispy. Serve hot with mint chutney or tomato ketchup for a comforting and crunchy snack that pairs perfectly with a cup of hot tea.

Aloo Stuffed Bread Rolls

 Aloo-stuffed bread rolls are perfect for those rainy days when you just want to sit at home and relish your snack with tea. Made with bread, aloo, and spices. To make aloo-stuffed bread rolls, take bread and roll it out to make it thin and smooth. Now take a spoonful of the mashed potato filling and add it to the centre of the bread. Roll up the bread and make small or oval rounds, seal the sides, and fry it until the outer coating becomes crispy. Serve with mint chutney or the desired dip.

Aloo Paneer Tikki

Aloo paneer tikki is a mouthwatering snack that combines the creamy texture of paneer with potatoes and a blend of aromatic spices. To make this dish of boiled potatoes, mash them together and keep them aside until they are cool. Now take some paneer and crumble it with your hands. Mix in finely chopped onions, green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves, and spices such as cumin, coriander, and chaat masala. Shape the mixture into patties accordingly and shallow-fry until golden brown and crispy. Serve hot with mint chutney and tamarind chutney.

So this monsoon season, try these snacks and enjoy the monsoon season to the fullest. These comforting dishes pair perfectly with all-time favourites, mint chutney and chai. Whether you're craving something crispy and spicy like aloo pakoras or something hearty and flavourful like aloo stuffed bread rolls, there's a delicious aloo snack to satisfy every craving. So, embrace the rainy season and indulge in these delightful aloo treats.