Pakoras with tea that are inspired by the monsoon season are a traditional treat that may be purchased either homemade or on the street and are served with tamarind chutney and mint sauce.
Teas with spices or ginger can improve mood and comfort in gloomy conditions. Tea is a standout beverage during the monsoon because the mix of rain and tea improves mood and comfort.
During the rainy season, indulge in hot and crunchy spicy food pockets to elevate your senses and mood. Enjoy fried chillies and spicy chutney for an unforgettable experience.
A filling and wonderful rainy dinner is hot aloo paratha with chilled curd and tangy pickle. It's a delicious blend of curd and hot breeze, making it a great option for a light supper.
Bhaji, a traditional delicacy from Mumbai, is a favourite during the rainy season. Bhaji, pavs, and sliced onions make a deliciously spicy mix.
The rainy season is ideal for spicy snacks like paani puri, bhel puri, and fried aloo chaat or aloo tikki, which can be enjoyed at home or in chaat stands on the street.
A great experience is created when eating hot soup while it is raining; it elevates mood and combines the warmth of the interior with the chill of the outside.
With lemon juice and other spices as garnish, enjoy "Bhutta wale bhaiya" with friends and family while eating the stove-hot food outside.