Eve Snacks: Make Mouth-Watering Masala Papad With a Healthy Twist

Who doesn’t love munching on masala papad with their meals or just as a snack. And if you too want to relish the same, there is nothing better than one made at home.

Eve Snacks: Make Mouth-Watering Masala Papad With a Healthy Twist

Worried of evening snacks? So, Who doesn’t love munching on masala papad with their meals or just as a snack. And if you too want to relish the same, there is nothing better than one made at home. But how about making a healthier version of the same? If you are not sure how to go about a non-fried version, here is a quick recipe that you must try to not only make a healthier choice but also give an interesting twist to your snack time.

Chef Meghna Kamdar from Meghna’s Food Magic shared a recipe that has us intrigued.

Take a look.

Masala Papad Shots

Masala Papad Shots – This way you can ensure Masala Papad stays dry for longer time in Monsoon seasonWhen we go to restaurant we order masala papad they get really soaked like wet roti; in few minutes they become uneatable. Plus fried so lots of oil that goes along with not that healthy papad. so here is a healthier verison of Masala Papad shots which will stay crunchy and dry for longer and plus they are not fried. Enjoy.Method:Take few papads and cut them half.Roll them and insert a tooth pick so that they stay in cone shapeMicrowave for 30 seconds or roast them gently; don’t overrcookNow take out the toothpick as papads will hold the cone shape nowplace them in shot glassesTake sweet corn, add finely chopped coriander leaves, tomatoes, spring onions and fresh chilliesAdd some chopped mint leaves (optional)Add sev- it will soak the water coming out of vegetables and keep papad dry for longerAdd salt at the last just before serving – important tip to ensure papad stay dry for longerFill the papad and the base of glass with this filling to hold papad cones nicelySprinkle some red chilli powder on top of the shotsEnjoy the Masala Papad Shots .Love M #ChefMeghna #MasalaPapad #IndianFood #IndianFoodBlog #Vlog #IndianFoodBlogger #Tasty #Yum #YummyFood #MumbaiEats #MumbaifFoodies #meghnasfoodmagic #Recipe #RecipeShare #Recipes #TipOfTheDay #KitchenHack #NewIdeas #Food #Starters #VegStarters #DelhiFood #DelhiFoodies #GoodFoodIndia

Posted by Meghna's Food Magic on Friday, June 26, 2020

This is what she had to say: “When we go to restaurant (and) order masala papad, they get really soaked like wet roti; in few minutes they become uneatable. Plus they are fried, so lots of oil and not that healthy. Here is a healthier version of Masala Papad shots which will stay crunchy and dry for longer and plus they are not fried. Enjoy.”

Here’s how to make the mouth-watering Masala Papad Shots.

Ingredients

Masala Papad

Sweet corn

Coriander leaves

Tomatoes

Spring onions

Fresh chillies

Mint leaves

Sev

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Super Easy Method

Take few papads and cut them into half.

Roll them like a cone and insert a tooth pick so that they stay in the shape.

Microwave for 30 seconds or roast them gently; don’t overcook.

Now take out the toothpick as papads will hold shape.

Place them in shot glasses.

Take sweet corn, add finely chopped coriander leaves, tomatoes, spring onions and fresh chillies. Add some chopped mint leaves (optional).

Add sev- it will soak the water coming out of vegetables and keep papad dry for longer.

Also, Add salt just before serving.

Sprinkle some red chilli powder on top of the shots. Enjoy!

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Pro tips

Add salt just before serving to ensure papads stay dry for longer

Fill the papad and the base of glass with the filling to hold papad cones nicely.

So, when you are going to try it out?

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