Pitter-patter on the window panes, a cool breeze and hot pakoras to be had with tea -- aah! The ideal rainy day.
But let's face it, eating pakoras or any other food off the streets isn't the wisest thing to do during the monsoons, is it?
Plus, who wants to leave the cozy, dry comfort of home for a snack when it's pouring?
So here's the thing -- maybe you should make your own pakoras. And samosas and batata wadas and every other delicious monsoon snack you can think of.
And while you're at it, share the recipes with us and other readers!
Simply write in to email@example.com (subject line: 'Monsoon Recipes') with instructions on how to prepare lip-smacking rainy-day foods and we'll publish your recipes right here on rediff.com. Make sure to include your name, age and hometown and try to come up with the hottest, tastiest snacks you can this rainy season.
We're smacking our lips and waiting, so write in right away!