#MumbaiList: 10 Quick And Easy IPL Party Snacks You Can Make At Home

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Pan grilled prawns

With the IPL season around the corner and the prices of eating out and drinking shooting up in Mumbai, why not cook up quick and easy snacks at home! We say, invite your friends and cheer for your favourite team while munching on lip smacking, home made snacks. We have browsed through our favourite food blogs to get you a list of delicious and finger licking good snacks which are not only super easy to make but can also be made or prepped for ahead so you can just relax and enjoy the game.

Beetroot Hummus
Beetroot Hummus

Beetroot Hummus
Creamy and purple, this beetroot hummus will surely add some colour to your chip platter! Reema shares the recipe on her food blog and assures that once you make this chickpea-less hummus you’ll fall in love with beetroot.

Tip: Pair it up with crunchy veggies like carrots and cucumber for a healthy option

 

Microwave potato chips
Microwave potato chips

Microwave potato chips
We weren’t too sure whether crisp potato chips could be made in a microwave. But Reshmy of Bombay Chow-party proved us wrong. Here’s her recipe of super easy potato chips with delicious dips.

Tip: Sprinkle the chips with a mix of salt, chili flakes and lemon zest to give them an extra edge!

 

Olive cheese bread
Olive cheese bread

Olive cheese bread
Cheese, bread, olives; what can go wrong with this combination? Ree, The Pioneer Woman shares the recipe of this drool worthy olive cheese bread.

Tip: Give the cheesy bread an extra hit by adding some chopped jalapenos.

 

Zucchini fries
Zucchini fries

Zucchini fries
We all love potato fries but Adrianna, who blogs at A Cozy Kitchen, gave the regular potato fries a twist cause she thinks that French fries can be bought from In-n-Out! Here’s her recipe for scrumptious zucchini fries with roasted garlic aioli and siracha mayonnaise.

Tip: For a vegetarian option use a slurry of flour and milk instead of eggs

Pan grilled prawns
Pan grilled prawns

Pan grilled prawns
Saee from My Jhola shows how juicy succulent prawn skewers can be made without any fancy barbecue or stove-top grills.

Tip: Serve the skewers in cold lettuce leave cups with a drizzle of minty yogurt.
 

 

Honey glazed sesame chicken
Honey glazed sesame chicken

Honey glazed sesame chicken
Sweet and sour honey glazed chicken that can be enjoyed with a bowl of rice or noodles but like Ashrita shares on her blog that wipe them off as it is, just the way she did.

 Tip: Add a few diced bell peppers and onions to the glazed chicken to give the dish a bit of crunch and also colour

 

Indian Tater tots
Indian Tater tots

Indian Tater tots
What’s not to like about tater tots?!? Potatoes – like, deep fried – like, adding a bit of spice – super like! Siri shows how to make this crisp mouth watering snack on her blog.

Tip: Add a small amount of grated cheese to the tater tot mix, because cheese makes everything better! 

 

Cream Paneer
Cream Paneer

Cream Chicken/Paneer
You’ll get a lot of oohs and aahs when you unwrap hot foil packs filled with creamy chicken/paneer and specks of chilli from Amrita’s blog.

Tip: Add slices of pickled jalapenos and diced bell peppers to the foil packet for some extra texture

 

Deviled Eggs
Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs
Make these super easy, make ahead deviled eggs from Richa’s blog. You can also make them look pretty by piping them out! 

Tip: Add finely chopped bacon crispy bits to the egg yolk mixture for that salty chewy bite in a creamy deviled  egg

 

Deep fried oreos
Deep fried oreos

Deep Fried Oreos
We all should remember that anything fried tastes good! Anisha truly proves this by posting the recipe of sinful deep fried oreos.

Tip: Drizzle some salted caramel sauce on the piping hot oreos and serve

Have your own favourites? Share with us by commenting below or email us at story@mumbaimag.com.

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An engineer. A food blogger. Believes that food can make everyone happy. Always excited about food trails and loves exploring tiny hidden food treasures. And when she's not eating you'll find her reading recipes,talking about food, baking and blogging.

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Richa Lulla

Richa Lulla
An engineer. A food blogger. Believes that food can make everyone happy. Always excited about food trails and loves exploring tiny hidden food treasures. And when she's not eating you'll find her reading recipes,talking about food, baking and blogging.