Food

Food options in the Rainy Season

Too little sunshine-Too much food?

Little droplets of sunshine not only bring pleasure and happiness but gives you an opportunity to indulge in some lip-smacking snacks. I have read many articles talking on the same lines, advising people to eat dry-homemade food and here, I am pleading you to eat the following five comfort food to welcome the rains instead of the ‘healthy’ yet ‘not-so-healthy’ food delivered at your door step. Get out of that room, go for a walk/drive and try out all of these ASAP!!!

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1. Pakodas
Rains and pakodas walk hand in hand. These deep fried, crispy little babies are a thing of beauty to the taste buds. Enjoyed with chutneys and ketchup, pakodas are meant to be enjoyed during this weather.
Must-Visit: Khandani Pakodewala, Ring Road Market, Sarojini Nagar.

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2. Brownie with Ice-Cream
A calorie-loaded, sizzling brownie with 2 scoops of vanilla ice-cream has always been my saviour. You really don’t need to look around for specific places for these sweet treats. Costa Coffee outlets and Angels in My Kitchen serve some amazing rich and heavenly brownies.

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3. Samosa with Sabzi
Do not waste your life eating sandwiches and wraps during this weather. Samosa’s with spicy chhole and aloo sabzi has always rocked the charts leaving behind dhoklas, khandvi’s and all the look alikes. Somehow, only fried foods qualify for monsoons.

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4. Bhutta/Chhalli
Some people prefer eating sweetcorns out of a sophisticated cup with some international seasonings. I would suggest that you go out to the nearby thela, get your bhutta done on a bed of coals, screw those mexican seasonings and sprinkle some chaat masala. Do not forget to squeeze half a lemon.

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5. Gulab Jamuns
These sweet, innocent little things are not meant to be forgotten. Soft and melt-in-mouth Gulab Jamuns can leave you ecstatic. Found in every corner of the world, this Indian sweet will always leave you craving for more.

Do not think about the calories, eat what you want to eat! 🙂

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