South Indian Namkeen Delights

Peanut Masala: Roasted peanuts coated with a flavorful blend of spices, offering a crunchy and spicy snack perfect for munching.

 Kara Boondi: Small, round droplets of besan batter, deep-fried to perfection and seasoned with a flavorful mix of spices for a tasty and crunchy snack.

 Ribbon Pakoda: Intricately shaped and deep-fried, this snack is made from a batter of rice flour, besan (gram flour), and spices, creating a ribbon-like appearance.

Murukku: A crunchy, spiral-shaped snack made from rice and urad dal flour, seasoned with spices like cumin and sesame seeds.

 Poha Chivda: Flattened rice (poha) mixed with fried nuts, seeds, and spices, creating a light and crispy namkeen ideal for snacking.

Karasev: A spicy and crunchy snack made from besan (gram flour) and rice flour, seasoned with red chili powder and asafoetida

Thattai: Crispy, flat discs made from a mixture of rice flour, urad dal, and spices, often enjoyed during festivals and special occasions.

 Seedai: Tiny, deep-fried rice flour balls, usually sweet or savory, and flavored with a hint of cumin, sesame seeds, and coconut.

Banana Chips: Thin slices of raw banana are deep-fried to golden perfection, resulting in a crispy and mildly sweet South Indian snack.

Sev: Fine strands of gram flour noodles, deep-fried to a crisp perfection, often flavored with turmeric and pepper.