You can enjoy some of the famous snakes with your family or friends on the eve Holi 2021 while enjoying tea or cold drinks.
Namak para or Namakpare, is a crunchy and tasty snack eaten in the Indian Subcontinent. It is also referred as Mathri sometimes in some parts of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Namak para is ribbon-like strips of pastry delicately seasoned with ajwain and cumin seeds in pure ghee or any oil.
Potato Papad or Aloo Papad
Papad is very famous snack in every part of India at home or at any weeding party. It has lots of variety. The ideal season for making these Papad’s is before the arrival of holi, as the quality of potatoes available at that time is perfect, and the weather is dry and sunny – just right for drying these papad’s in open air.
Potato chips, or crisps, are thin slices of potato that have been either deep fried or baked until crunchy. They are commonly served as a snack, side dish, or appetizer.
Namkeens has lots of variety in every part of India. In North India it has different tastes and ingredients and in southern part of India it has different taste and ingredients.