Monsoon is right out there. You hate it or live it, the heavy downpour continuously through the days has already started creating a disruption in our daily lives. But, to grab some respite from the dreary monsoon this year, here are some monsoon food cravings, which can make you absolutely fall in love with the rains and enjoy every bit of it.
1. Khichdi with Hilsa Fry
The most common food in the Indian Cuisine, especially Bengali Cuisine for the rains is the Khichdi. And, Khichdi in this season simply goes incomplete without the fried Hilsa fish. Hilsa, one of the most favorite fishes of almost 90 percent Bengalis is mainly available in the monsoons. And, Bengalis wait for this fish for the entire year. Khichdi with Hilsa fry is the perfect solution to satisfy your food cravings in monsoon.
To all the fitness freaks, the monsoon is already wreaking a havoc out there. Why not give a little break to your diet schedule and satisfy your monsoon food cravings now? The spicy veg pakodas, lip smacking chicken pakodas and delicious fish pakodas are simply the irresistible ones in the rains.
3. Pav Bhaji
People across the are simply in love with the hot and spicy Indian cuisine, Pav Bhaji, especially during the season of the rains. The combination of the pavs with the delicious bhajis is the favorite food to die for. The spell binding aroma of the dish helps to get over the weariness of monsoon.
4. Masaledar Bhutta
Nothing can be compared to the pleasure of sharing the spicy and aromatic corns with the love of your life during the season of romance in the rains. This is locally known as the Masaledar Bhutta in India. You really need to taste it to satisfy the food cravings and indulge in the rains.
5. Masala Chai
Last but not the least, do I really need to describe this? A hot cup of masala chai is surely a delight to enjoy the beauty of the rains.
We start craving for something delicious as soon as it starts raining. Enjoy this season of rains with utmost love, romance and enjoy upon the lip smacking delicacies to satisfy the food cravings of monsoon.