3 Types of Fried Snacks Recipe

3 Types of Fried Snacks Recipe

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3 Types of Fried Snacks Recipe

Indulge in a delectable journey with our 3 Types of Fried Snacks that promise a symphony of flavors and textures to tantalize your taste buds. Whether you're craving the crispy perfection of Street Style Onion Patti Samosa, the tangy and spicy twist of Goli Bhajji, or the irresistible allure of Veg Lollipop, these snacks are sure to be a hit at any gathering. From the tantalizing aroma of spices to the satisfying crunch, these snacks are the epitome of culinary delight.


Our Street Style Onion Patti Samosa boasts a crispy outer layer, generously stuffed with a tantalizing mixture of onions, spices, and poha. It's a perfect representation of Indian street food, marrying the classic flavors of ajwain, garam masala, and the fiery kick of green chilies. For something even more unique, the Goli Bhajji offers a crispy and fluffy bite. Dipped in a delightful red chutney, these fritters will transport your taste buds to the bustling streets of India. Lastly, the Veg Lollipop combines a medley of finely chopped vegetables, aromatic spices, and a golden breadcrumb coating, delivering a savory and satisfying experience on a stick. These snacks are perfect for a casual get-together, an evening snack, or as an appetizer at your next dinner party.


Street Style Onion Patti Samosa


Refined flour 2 cups 

Salt ½ tbsp

Warm water as required 

Oil 1 tbsp


Onion sliced 2 cups

Salt 1 tsp

Red chilli powder ½ tbsp

Jeera powder 1 tsp

Garam masala powder ½ tsp

Ajwain ½ tsp

Ginger chopped ½ tbsp

Green chilli chopped ½ tbsp

Coriander chopped 2 tbsp

Poha ¾ cup


Oil for frying

Green chilli 7-8 pcs



Prepare Dough:

Combine flour and a pinch of salt.

Gradually add warm water and knead into soft dough.

Mix in a bit of oil, knead for 1 minute, and let it rest for 10-15 minutes.


Divide Dough:

Divide the rested dough into small portions.


Roll Out Rotis:

Roll each portion into a thick circular roti.


Layer and Roll:

Dust one roti with flour and stack 3-4 rotis.

Roll them into a larger flat roti.


Pan Roasting:

Heat a pan, roast the stacked roti until slightly crispy.

Separate layers and keep covered.


Cut into Rectangles:

Cut the rotis into 2-inch tall rectangles, keep covered.


Prepare Slurry:

Mix flour and water to make a thick paste.


Prepare Stuffing:

Mix sliced onions, spices, ginger, chilies, coriander, and poha in a bowl.


Assemble Samosas:

Place stuffing on a roti sheet corner, fold into a triangle.

Seal with slurry.


Frying Samosas:

Heat oil, deep fry samosas until golden brown and crispy.


Fried Green Chillies:

Optionally, deep fry green chilies for extra spice.


Serve hot samosas with fried green chilies on the side.

Enjoy your homemade street-style onion samosas!


Goli bhajji 


Goli bhajji: 

Dahi 1 cup

Baking powder 1 tsp

Refined flour 1 ½ cup

Salt 1 tsp

Black pepper powder a pinch

Jeera 1 tsp

Ginger chopped 1 tsp

Green chilli chopped 1 tsp

Curry leaves 1 tsp

Water as required

Oil for deep frying 



Onion 2 pcs

Boiled red chillies 7-8 pcs

Jaggery 1 tbsp

Imli 1 tbsp

Salt 1 tsp

Garlic 5-6 cloves

Water as required



Oil 1 tbsp

Urad dal 1 tsp

Mustard seeds 1 tsp

Dry red chilli 1 pc

Curry leaves 8-10 pcs



For red chutney:

Take a mixer jar, add peeled onions, boiled red chilli, jaggery, imli, salt, garlic, some water and grind it.  

Heat a pan, add oil, urad dal and saute.

Then add mustard seeds, dry red chilli, curry leaves and let them crackle.

Now add grinded paste and cook it for 2-3 mins.

Red chutney is ready to serve. 


Goli bhajji :

In a bowl, take dahi, baking powder and mix them.

Then add refined flour and whisk it with curd and form a smooth batter.

Then add salt, black pepper powder, jeera, ginger chopped, green chilli chopped, curry leaves chopped, water and mix them.

Form a very thick consistency batter and set aside.

Meanwhile, heat oil to medium high heat.

Drop the batter with the help of a tablespoon or wet your hands with water, take a small portion of batter with the help of your finger and smoothly slide down to the hot oil.

Turn the flame from high to medium heat and deep fry until it gets golden brown.

Remove them on kitchen tissue and let the excess oil drain.

Goli bhajji is ready to serve.



Veg lollipop 


Cauliflower ½ cup

Carrot ½ cup

French beans ½ cup

Corn kernels ½ cup

Green peas ½ cup

Oil 1 ½ tbsp

Jeera 1 tsp

Ginger chopped 1 tbsp

Green chilli chopped 2 tsp

Salt 1 tsp

Red chilli powder 1 tsp

Turmeric powder ½ tsp

Coriander powder 1 tbsp

Garam masala ½ tsp

Water as required

Potato boiled & peeled 3 pcs

Coriander chopped 1 tbsp

Chaat masala 1 tsp

Bread crumbs 2 tbsp


For slurry:

Refined flour ½ cup

Salt a pinch

Red chilli powder a pinch

Turmeric powder a pinch

Water as required 


Bread crumbs 1 cup

Ice-cream sticks 9-10 pcs

Oil for deep frying

Tomato ketchup 



Chop Vegetables:

Finely chop all vegetables into small pieces.


Saute Aromatics:

Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds, ginger, and green chilli.

Sauté until fragrant.


Add Chopped Vegetables:

Add finely chopped vegetables and sauté until tender and slightly caramelised.


Season and Spice:

Season with salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, and garam masala.

Mix well and cook for 5-8 minutes. Allow to cool.


Prepare Lollipop Mixture:

Combine grated boiled potatoes, cooled vegetable mixture, chaat masala, chopped coriander, and bread crumbs.

Mix well.


Prepare Slurry:

Mix refined flour, pinch of salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, and water to make a coating consistency slurry.


Shape Lollipops:

Take a portion of the mixture, flatten it, and insert an ice-cream stick.

Shape into a lollipop.


Coat Lollipops:

Dip each lollipop in the slurry, then coat with bread crumbs.


Deep Fry:

Heat oil in a pan.

Deep fry lollipops until golden brown and crispy.

Avoid overcrowding the pan.


Place fried lollipops on a paper towel to remove excess oil.

Serve hot with tomato ketchup.


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1: What makes Street Style Onion Patti Samosa so irresistible?

A1: The Street Style Onion Patti Samosa is a delightful combination of crispy, flaky layers enveloping a mouthwatering filling of sliced onions, spices, and poha. The use of aromatic spices like garam masala and ajwain adds an authentic, street food flavor that's hard to resist.

Q2: Can I adjust the spiciness of the Goli Bhajji to suit my taste?

A2: Absolutely! You can control the level of spiciness in Goli Bhajji by adjusting the quantity of green chilies and black pepper. Reduce the amount if you prefer a milder flavor or increase for an extra kick.

Q3: Are there any variations for the Veg Lollipop filling?

A3: Certainly, the Veg Lollipop filling can be customized to your liking. You can experiment with different vegetables or add a hint of your favorite spices to make it uniquely yours.

Q4: Can I prepare these snacks in advance for a party?

A4: Yes, you can prepare the components of these snacks ahead of time and assemble or fry them just before serving. The result will still be scrumptious, and it'll save you time during your gathering.

Q5: Are there any alternative dipping sauces for the Veg Lollipop?

A5: While tomato ketchup is a classic choice, you can get creative with your dipping sauces. Try mint chutney, tamarind chutney, or a spicy garlic aioli for a different flavor experience.

Q6: How do I store leftovers of these fried snacks?

A6: Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. When reheating, use an oven or an air fryer to maintain their crispiness.

Q7: Can these snacks be made without gluten?

A7: Yes, you can make gluten-free versions of these snacks by using gluten-free flour and breadcrumbs or alternatives like rice flour and cornstarch.

Q8: Can I make a vegan version of these snacks?

A8: Absolutely! For a vegan option, replace dairy products like yogurt or ghee with plant-based alternatives, and ensure that the breadcrumbs and other ingredients are vegan-friendly.