Collection of Diwali Recipes!




Some wonderful Diwali Festival recipes I have listed here! These are perfect for the festival and enjoy them with your family,friends and loved one's!
Have a wonderful festival and Happy Diwali!





Diwali is finally here and we all are excited to make sweets/snacks for the festival of lights! 
Yes! this is another festival where we all are excited. From toddlers to old, all wait for this festival apart from Ganesh Chaturthi, to meet the entire family and have fun!

Apart from firecrackers,diya,lamps,lanterns,rangoli,new clothes,perfumes, we also wait for amazing festival/Diwali sweets/snacks to munch! 
What's better when you can make all of them at home!
I have listed some of my favorite Diwali Recipes for you all to try this festival!


Diwali Recipe Collection


This collection of Diwali Sweets is very simple for all of you to try!


🌟     Instant Jalebi - So easy recipe,perfect crisp Jalebi and no overnight fermentation!

      Instant Jalebi Festive Diwali


🌟   Goan Doodh Peda - This is my daughters favorite sweet! If you are a sweet lover then you wont stop at one!

Goan Doodh Peda Festival Diwali


🌟  Goan Bhakkam Peda / Balushahi / Badusha - Melt in mouth,flaky Balushahi for Diwali.

  Goan Bhakkam Peda Balushahi


🌟 Kesar Shrikhand - Delicious Saffron Shrikhand ready in no-time! Now no more store bought Shrikhand.Kesar Shikhand recipe to try!

Kesar Shrikhand Saffron


🌟 Besan Ladoo / Gram Flour Ladu : Soft and delicious Besan Ladoo is perfect for Diwali! Its the perfect recipe and aroma of homemade Ghee makes it even more yumm!

Besan Ladoo


🌟 Khaja : - This is layered sweet which similar to Balushahi but the way it is made makes a whole different sweet to try for Diwali.

Khaja


🌟 Farali Batata Chivda / Fasting Potato Chevda : This is a very good fasting recipe and festival snack - Potato Chevda loaded with Dryfuits n Nuts.


Potato Chivda Batata Chevda Fasting



🌟 Nankhatai : This a very famous snack / cookies which is made not only for Diwali but also otherwise. It just melts in mouth!

Nankhatai Nankatai cookie


Do try all these amazing recipes at home and enjoy with your loved one's!

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Prasanna Hede
Prasanna Hede

11 comments:

  1. This post is GOLD! Since I'm not super familiar with these recipes, I'd love to cook through this entire collection and experience another culture through food. Everything looks SO delicious!

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  2. What an amazing collection of recipes. I am eager to try the Instant Jalebi, but, of course, the cookies look delicious, too.

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  3. I'm not familiar with a lot of these recipes, but they look and sound amazing. The Fasting Potato Chevda looks like something I could eat way too much of! Lol!

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  4. I would love to try each and every one of these recipes! Fun to learn about new desserts - Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I have never seen nor heard of any of these recipes. This is a fantastic collection for anyone wanting to try desserts from a different culture!! I wish I could come over and sample each one. Gee! I don't even know where I'd start. They all look so good!!

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  6. These recipes and pictures bring back fond memories of my first Diwali festival I went to in Fayetteville. LOVED the food:)

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  7. Such a delicious collection of recipes! Khaja brings back such fond memories of early years of marriage when I was introduced to this wonderful dessert and I had no idea about instant jalebis :-)
    Don't you love Diwali and all the food that has already started appearing on the tables!

    Thanks for sharing

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  8. I am very interested in trying out the Nankhatai recipe, it looks very similar to my favorite Moroccan cookies called Ghriba. I can experiment and see of my family will be able to tell the difference between both cookies.

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  9. What a great idea! I would love to celebrate Diwali with my friends and some authentic food. I will definitely by trying my hand at a few of these recipes.

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  10. Such an interesting collection of recipes! I've not heard of many of these dishes so would love to give some of them a try.

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  11. These all look so wonderful and delicious. I've only tried gulab jamun,but I'm sure I would love these too.

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