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Must Try Delicious Food Recipes For Rainy Days


Delicious Food Recipes For Rainy Days 
 Pakore ho jaaye is one sentence which starts buzzing in our home as soon as it starts raining! We don't even need hammering downpour to indulge in Monsoon special food. A slight drizzle is also a perfect excuse for us to gorge on mouth-watering foodHowever there is often confusion as to what to make and that too in a short time period to eat while relaxing sitting in balcony and watching the beautiful weather. Here is a list of recipes which are quick and easy to prepare and perfect for the monsoon menu: 
  1. Maggi 
  • A perfect option for those who set their foot in kitchen only to devour food and hardly make it. A bowl of steamy noodles topped with your choicest veggies is one good way to beat the damp weather. Although it doesn’t take two minutes to get made, it doesn’t even takes a lifetime. And the beauty of it is that you can prepare this ready-made food as per your customizations. Yum! There are tons of magic recipes which you can find online to suit your taste.  
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  1. Crunchy paneer Pakoras 
  • Imagine piping hot pakoras which just melt in your healthWell, of course with Chutney to add to the flavourWhile simple paneer pakoras are something which everyone knows how to make, this recipe by Sanjeev Kapoor which teaches how to make them with a bit of twist will leave your craving for some more. Made with a list of simple ingredients such as paneer, oil, garlic, red chilli powder, besan, ginger paste, garlic paste, turmeric powder; they can be made in less than 30 minutes. You can read the entire recipe on Sanjeev Kapoor’s website. 
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  1. Masala Chai 
  • How can a rainy day be complete without sipping on a steaming cup of Masala tea? A masala tea is very easy to prepare. It requires simple ingredients like cloves, ground ginger, cardamom pads, fresh ground black pepper, milk, sugar, black tea and of course, water! It takes a total of 10-15 minutes to prepare it and brighten up the gloomy rainy days. The recipe can be read on “food” website which is a home to different kinds of amazing recipes. Give company to your tea by ordering  Pizza and make your entire family come together!   
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  1. Samosa 
  • Giving a tough competition to the universal love received by Pizzas all over the world, Samosas are not behind in becoming an all time favourite of many! The crispy cover with fillings of soft aloos makes them irresistible. The roadside snack is not very quick to make but the time put in makes the efforts worth it. You can have it without chutney or like many make a mashup of it by combining it with various ingredients and chutneys to savour it. If you are looking for an easy recipe on how to prepare the favourite snack of this nation, go ahead and read it on Tarla Dalal” blog. It can be prepared in a time span of 40 minites
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  1. Corn soup 
  • If you don’t want to gorge on anything fried, make a soup for yourself and sip it on as you stare at the beautiful rain drops falling on your windows. The summer corn soup prepared by Dana on her blog “minimalistbaker” is perfect for any monsoon day! It requires only 9 ingredients and can be prepared in just 30 minutes. Head over to her blog to follow the instructions on how to prepare this healthy yet yummy soup.  
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