Rains bring with them a lot of excitement, fun, celebrations and cravings. When it rains almost everyday in the monsoons, there are two things to do – getting drenched in the rain and eating some good food. You may or may not like getting wet, but don’t miss the joy which comes from awesome range of food to eat in monsoon.
Some dishes have a special connection to the rains. These delicacies are best eaten when it rains. All for your monsoon cravings, these are the things you should grab as soon as it starts raining.
No matter what the season is, rains are best enjoyed with pakodas. Aloo, pyaaj, gobhi, mirch, palak, paneer or daal pakoda – plenty of options. Bread pakoda or aloo bonda are great too. Make them crispy and spicy, eat them hot for the intense cravings. The more spicy they are, the more fun are the rains!
A samosa can satisfy the need of the weather and your cravings, both at a time. It’s always good to eat them hot. Add some spicy fillings and mint chutney or have them with chole, the delicious snack is always ready to go with the rains.
Have you tried all kinds of samosa? These must try samosas deserve a chance.
A hot cup of tea is perfect companion to the rains. Best to have this in combination – a chai samosa and chai pakodas will always make the best to treat you in the monsoons. Add flavors to your tea, make it healthy and have the best of food to eat in monsoon.
When rains call for crispy food, the deep fried aloo tikkis are worth a bite. Don’t we all love munching on delicious tikkis? Garnishing them with coriander, spicy chutneys and pomegranate seeds will make them more tempting.
Corn or bhutta is a treat when enjoyed with the rains. Make sure to put on extra masala when you eat this and monsoons will be happier than ever before. This traditional food works well for the rains.
The popular Vada Pav from Maharashtra is one of the best staple food to eat in monsoon. Pick one hot and crispy, it will make you crave for more in the rains.
If you prefer having something sweet, jalebi is the monsoon dessert. The smaller and crispy jalebis taste the best. An imarti will also help you enjoy the season with a mesmerizing taste. Always eat them hot because cold won’t taste great.
Rainy season makes you crave more for spicy and crispy food. What do you prefer eating in the monsoon?