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5 quick snacks recipes for House Party

Do you love hosting house parties and having fun with your loved ones? Are you confused about what to make for the house party? You want something that’s quick and 

easy to make but also tasty and filling. Here are five snack recipes that are perfect for your next house party. There’s something for everyone. And the best part? They only take a few minutes to whip up. So you can spend more time enjoying the party yourself!

Tips For House Party

Here are some of the tips to make your house party successful and fun. 

  • Plan your menu in advance and make sure to include a variety of quick snack recipes that will please all your guests.
  • Make sure you have plenty of handy snacks and some substantial dishes for everyone.
  •  Avoid anything too messy or fiddly – finger foods are always a good idea.
  • Don’t forget the drinks! Have a selection of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages available, and make sure you have enough ice to keep everything cold.
  • Make sure to relax and enjoy yourself! Your guests will be more likely to have a good time if you’re having fun too.

Quick Recipes For House Party

1. Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are a classic party snack and are so easy to make. The yolk is the main player here, which might seem like a big no-no for those that despise the yellow centre in their boiled egg. However, this recipe is guaranteed to change a few minds: 

  • You’ll need 6 eggs, ¼ cup mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon yellow mustard, ⅛ teaspoon salt, freshly ground black pepper and smoked paprika for garnish. 
  • Once the eggs are boiled and peeled, slice the eggs into half lengthwise and separate the yellows from the whites. 
  • First, mash the yolks into a fine crumble using a fork, add vinegar, mayonnaise, mustard, salt and pepper, and mix well. 
  • Heap this mixture into the evenly cut egg whites and sprinkle smoked paprika to garnish the dish. 

2. Garlic Paneer

For those of us looking for a fiery pop of flavour, garlic paneer is the best way to go. Paneer is a versatile dish, and you can experiment a lot with it. However, paneer and garlic are one of the best combinations.  

  • You will need 1.25 cups of cubed paneer, 1tbsp vinegar, 6 large garlic cloves, 5-6 Kashmiri red chillies, ½ cup of chopped onions, 1tbsp sugar, 1tbsp oil, 1/2tbsp of cumin, salt to taste and chopped coriander for garnish. 
  • Blend together the chillies, garlic, sugar, salt and vinegar with 2-3tbsp of water. 
  • Then heat a pan with oil and allow the cumin to sizzle. 
  • Then add the onions to the oil and fry until golden. 
  • Add the blended mixture to the oil and cook until it thickens and the oil separates.
  • Add the paneer to the pan and saute for 2-3 minutes. Garnish with coriander and serve hot. 

This is sure to be a hit at your party!

3. Potato Yoghurt Kebabs

A mixture of Indian spices, yoghurt and potatoes leads to one of the most melt-in-the-mouth recipes. These potato yoghurt kebabs are the perfect snack for your next house party! They are easy to make and can be served with various dipping sauces.

  • For this recipe, you will need 6 boiled potatoes, ½ tbsp grated ginger, 2tbsp chopped green chillies, 4tbsp gram flour, 3tbsp cornstarch, and 1 cup thick greek yoghurt. 
  • You’ll also need 1tbsp red chilli powder, 1tbsp garam masala, 1tbsp cumin powder, 2tbsp dry mango powder and salt to taste.
  • First, grate the boiled potato into a bowl and leave aside. 
  • Mix yoghurt, flour, ginger, chillies and spices and mix evenly. 
  • Knead this mixture into a smooth dough. Form equal-sized balls and lightly pat them into a disc shape. 
  • Pat cornstarch into the disc evenly and refrigerate the balls for 10 minutes at least. 
  • Heat the oil in a pan for a minute and cook each kabab for 2-3 minutes or until it is golden brown. You can also use barbeque grillers to speed up the process.
  • Turn it to the other side and repeat. Once done, transfer to a serving dish and serve hot with a dipping sauce. 

4. Onion Pakodas

It can’t get better than onion pakodas when it comes to evening snack ideas in India. Monsoon evenings are incomplete without freshly fried pakodas and piping hot tea. If you’re in the mood to make memories and reminisce about the past with your best friends, make sure to put onion pakodas on the menu! 

  • For this recipe, you’ll need thinly sliced and separated onions, 1.25 cups of besan or gram flour, 1.5 teaspoons of finely chopped ginger, ½ teaspoon of carom seeds, 1 sprig curry leaves, 2-3 green chillies, chopped mint leaves, salt as needed and oil for deep frying. 
  • Add onions, chillies, ginger, pudina, curry leaves, salt and mint leaf all into the same mixing bowl. 
  • Leave this aside for 5 minutes. Sprinkle besan, ajwain and salt for taste. Add more besan and water to the mixture intermittently until the dough is moist but not soggy. Leave the oil on the flame for a few minutes until it is extremely hot. Keep in mind that the pakodas should float to the top and not sink; it should become golden but not brown. 
  • Add small pieces of pakodas to fry in batches and remove onto a tissue so that it can absorb the oil. You can use ladles to avoid any spillage of oil. 

Serve hot with tea or coffee. 

5. Guacamole

For those looking for a lighter snack that can become more versatile, guacamole is an easy snack to make at home. Creamy avocados are a truly magical fruit as their fat is the good kind, and they can adopt many different flavours while also making foods more mellow.

  • Making guacamole is not difficult at all: you’ll need 2 avocados, 1 finely chopped onion, 1 chopped ripe tomato, 1 juiced lime, 1 garlic clove finely minced, chopped coriander, and salt and pepper to taste. 
  • First, peel and mash the avocados into a large bowl. 
  • Add the onions, tomatoes, garlic, lime juice, salt and pepper together and mix well. 
  • Keep tasting to adjust the salt, pepper and lime juice. 
  • Chill the mixture for at least half an hour to blend the flavours well. 

Serve with salted chips or nachos for a fantastic combination of flavours!


I hope you enjoyed these quick snack recipes for your next house party. With a little bit of preparation, you can easily whip up a few of these snacks and have them ready to go when your guests arrive. And, who knows, maybe they’ll even be so impressed with your snack game that they’ll want to stick around for the after-party.

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