Achappam is a snack very popular among christians and traditionally made during Christmas time. It is very delicate but incredibly crunchy & delicious. Achappam looks similar to scandinavian rosette cookies.
Jackfruit Chips is one of the famous snack foods in South India, made by deep frying half-ripe flesh of the jackfruit. This is a very tasty, crispy and healthy snack food, which can be stored in air-tight containers for a long time.
Sakkara Varatti or Sarkara Upperi or Jaggery Coated Plantain chips is one of the popular Kerala snacks.This Sakkara Upperi or Sakkara Varati is usually served in Onam Sadya. Plantains are chopped like crescents and then deep fried till they are crispy and then jaggery syrup is made and the fried plantain chips are coated in the jaggery syrup along with cumin powder, cardamom powder and dry ginger powder.
Kerala Mixture is a snack mix which consists of a variable mixture of spicy dried ingredients, such as fried lentils, peanuts, chickpea flour ghatia (sev), corn, vegetable oil, chickpeas, flaked rice, fried onion and curry leaves.
Madhura seva means sweet noodles in Malayalam.Madhuraseva is a traditional crispy, sweet evening snack mostly preferred by the children.The snack can be preserved for long time without loosing its freshness over months by just storing it in a closed container.
Masala Murukku is a savoury, crunchy snack from the Tamil cuisine of India and Sri Lanka.Masala Murukku is typically made from rice flour and urad dal flour. It is sometimes called "chakli"; chakli is a similar dish, typically made with an additional ingredient, bengal gram (chickpea) flour.
Murukku is a savoury, crunchy snack from the Tamil cuisine of India and Sri Lanka. The snack's name derives from the Tamil word for "twisted", which refers to its shape.Murukku is typically made from rice flour and urad dal flour. It is sometimes called "chakli"; chakli is a similar dish, typically made with an additional ingredient, bengal gram (chickpea) flour.
Pakkavada is a spicy and crunchy teatime snack from the kitchen of Kerala. It is also called in various names as Ola pakkavada, ribbon pakavada etc. Pakkavada is made using a sevanazhi having a special mould which has a cut through which the dough comes out in the shape of a ribbon. So the name "ribbon pakkavada"