English Names Of Snacks: Samosas, jalebis, kachoris, etc., are a part of everyday life in our lives. We eat them with great enthusiasm. A snack party is not complete without samosas and kachoris. And what to say about Jalebi? It came out after frying in a pan and then immersed in another pan filled with juice. Then its taste is fantastic.
English Names Of Snacks
Mouthwatering while reading. How can you leave Panipuri? Where else is it better to enjoy eating it while taking a chucker! You must be eating all these items, but do you know what English is called? Let us tell you about them…
Samosa: This is a favourite snack of North Indians. Even in English, when it has to be written and spoken, people often write and talk to Samosa. But talking about the proper English name, it is called Rissole in English.
Jalebi: It is called Rounded Sweet or Funnel Cake in English. Although some people also call it Sweetmeat or Syrup Filled Ring.
Kachori: This is also included in our favourite snacks. Kachori is called Pie in English. However, if you ask a shopkeeper saying its English name, he will hardly understand.
Panipuri or Golgappa: It is liked all over the country. It is also called Gupchup, Phuchka. Its English name is straightforward. It is called Water Balls in English. Water means water, and Balls represent Puri.
Raita: Raita has tremendous importance with food. Especially in summer. Many people like Boondi Raita. Raita is called Mix Curd in English.