12 Indian  Non- vegetarian Snacks You Must Try

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Chicken Pakora

It is a popular Indian deep-fried appetizer that is very tasty, especially preferred in winters and monsoons.

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Chicken Spring Rolls

This roll is usually filled with a variety of fresh veggies like carrots, onions, bell pepper, and cabbage, and tastes best with sweet chili dip.

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Tandoori Chicken

It is a popular Indian dish where chicken is marinated and grilled in a tandoor.

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Mutton Samosa

It is usually made with spring roll wrappers and filled with mutton keema then fried until golden and crispy.

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Chicken Lollipop

A popular Indian cuisine, where chicken wings are grilled and coated with spicy sauces.

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Chicken 65

It is a popular south Indian dish originated in Hotel Buhari in Chennai which is crisp on the outside and juicy inside.

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Crispy Pan-fried Fish

A delicious dish where the fish is coated with batter and breadcrumbs, deeply fried and served with a slice of lemon.

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Mughlai Paratha

A Bengali street food that originated during the Mughal Empire. It is a pan-fried flatbread stuffed with eggs and spices.

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Chicken Nuggets

A popular fast food snack item invented in 1950s where the chicken are shredded, coated with batter and deeply fried.

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Egg Bonda

A popular fast food snack item invented in 1950s where the chicken are shredded, coated with batter and deeply fried.

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BBQ Chicken Kabab

These are basically marinated minced chicken, threaded onto skewers and roasted or air fried.

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Chicken Popcorn

These are bite sized small pieces of chicken, very crispy and tender from inside. It is often served with different kinds of dips.

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