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Hello readers! Welcome to Trendphobia. There is no disputing the fact that India is home to a myriad of flavors. The love for savory snacks is a shared sentiment that resonates throughout every state in India. In today’s blog post, we are going to explore five scrumptious snacks from five different states of India. These delightful snacks are worth tasting!

Here are five delicious snacks from different states of India.


This leafy snack with a blend of sweet, spicy, and tangy flavors caters to a variety of taste preferences. Patra is a commonly enjoyed tea-time delicacy among the Gujarati people along with some other parts of India. Made from a combination of healthy ingredients including Arbi leaves (colocasia leaves), besan (gram flour) and spices and, seasonings such as sesame seeds, mustard seeds, hing, tamarind, jaggery, turmeric, etc., this snack emerges as a nutritious and satisfying choice. Recipe here.

Gujarati Patra
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Aval Vilayichathu or Sweetened flat rice

Aval Vilayichathu

This delectable snack often preferred with jaggery is prepared from flattened rice, aval or, most commonly known as Poha. One of the most popular sweet snacks of Kerala, Aval Vilayichathu is simple to prepare using only a handful of ingredients such as Poha (flattened rice), grated coconut, jaggery, cardamom powder and, nuts. This snack can not only be served as a tea-time treat but also as a healthy breakfast option. Recipe here.


Masala Bhey

Bhey is a widely favored dish in the households of Himachal Pradesh. Prepared with lotus stem, this dish can be cooked under 30 to 40 minutes. Stir-fried lotus stems with a blend of ginger, garlic, and onion give it an aromatic flavor and is known for its savory taste. Recipe here.

Pesara Garelu

Peasara Garelu

Pesara Garelu also known as Whole Moong dal vada is Andhra-style, crisp and fluffy, deep-fried fritters (pakoras). It is prepared by mixing ground mung beans with a paste of onion, garlic, chilies and other spices. Various variations of Dal vada are popular in different states of India. However, these delicious Andhra-style garelu are an absolute must-try snack. Recipe here.

Dahi bada Aloodum

Dahibara Aloodum

Dahibada Aloodum is one of the famous street chats in Odisha. Tender dahi baras with a topping of aloo dum, this mouth-watering snack is a perfect combination of spiciness, tangy flavors and, creamy texture. Although a variety of ingredients and efforts go into the making of this snack, the outcome is truly flavorful. Recipe here.

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