Thursday Treat Recipes To Bang On Your Homestyle parties
Treats at home or treats at the office or treats at school lunchtime or treats at college!
You can go for Thursday treats today! I love Thursdays. You know why because it is the exact middle day of the week & near to Sunday.
I remember when I was in college, Thursdays were happening. I used to go to movies in the morning after bunking lectures then straightway go to a burger shop. I & my friends are foodies so we used to explore new taste mostly on that day.
Thursdays are in relaxing mode & specially dedicated to food. So I thought let me give some food ideas to my much-loved readers.
You can also consider these Thursday treat recipes in your house parties or kitty parties or family gatherings.
Bread Pockets are really simple and easy-to-make starters at home. A great choice for those who don't want to spend hours in the kitchen. Great choice for iftar, kids lunch box or parties. Bread pockets are a wonderful snack and a great appetizer. Bread Pockets can be made with both Veg and Non-Veg filling.
Bataka Vada is an authentic Indian Gujarati Fast Food, a favorite snack of all Indians. Simple, quick and easy snack recipe, made with ingredients that are easily available at home. You just need potatoes, salt sugar, turmeric and some additional spices. That's it. Tastes awesome when served with Tamarind/Mint Chutney.
Fruit chaat is a delicious and refreshing salad and iftar fruit dish, made by combining juicy fruits with Salt, Honey, Chaat masala and Black Pepper. It is the perfect summer delight and must-have dish on iftar table. It will brighten up any meal and can be eaten at any time of the day.
Spring Rolls are a popular Indo-Chinese starter and snack recipe served in almost all Asain Restaurants. This lovely starter comes in many variants. You can make it complete veggie and also with chicken. Made with spring roll wrappers filled with yummy chicken and veggies mixed with Chinese Sauces.
Chicken Wontons are a delicious Chinese fried appetizer, filled with boneless chicken mixed with Chinese sauces wrapped in a wheat-based wrapper and then deep-fried. Every bite is just delicious and bursting with yummy flavors. These wontons are dumplings commonly found in a number of Chinese dishes.
Veg Manchurian, also known as Cabbage Manchurian. is an ultimately delicious Indo-Chinese recipe that will suffice your craving to eat something spicy. Veg Manchurian is made of deep fried dumplings made up of Cabbage, maida (all purpose flour) and egg tossed in spicy Chinese sauces.
Appetizing Kurkure Chicken is a saucy and crispy starter that makes your taste buds crave for it again and again. It is made with boneless chicken, maida and chinese sauces. The tangy taste of this recipe will make you fall for it.
Tasty Hakka Noodles is an Indo-Chinese cuisine and a popular dish at Chinese restaurants and stalls across India. Hakka Noodles is a mixture of boiled noodles, Chinese sauces, chicken boneless and veggies. This Hakka noodle recipe turns any grownup adult into a kid.
Cheesy Russian Cutlet is an easy yet delicious recipe made with boneless chicken, mashed potatoes, and various veggies. Delightful and light on the stomach. Due to its non-spicy taste, it is kid's favorite and also elders. A perfect starter for Ramadan iftar meals.
I still remember my college days. This was our favorite snack with friends in the evening as well as weekends.
It’s a wrap now! I hope you really enjoyed the recipes. This was a special plan for you all so that you all can make your evening something happening or say I set you for today’s plan. Thank me later but first, check out all the recipes.
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