Diwali is that time of the year when we celebrate the victory of light over darkness. A special feature of the major festival is to treat ourselves and our visitors with delicious food items and sweets. There are many dishes that people follow as a symbol of sharing happiness and goodwill. Many people invite their friends and colleagues to their homes for feasts. In almost every household, there is a discussion on what should be cooked before the festival. From kids to adults, everyone enjoys that discussion and enthusiastically gives their suggestions.
Here is a finely curated list of evergreen recipes to add to the discussion. Make any or all of these dishes at your home and serve some delicious food to your family members and guests this Diwali.
1. Ajwaini Chakli
Popularly known as Muruku or Chakli in Maharashtra, it is an all-day crispy round shaped snack made from rice flour and fried in hot oil. It is liked by all and can be prepared in advance so that you do not have to spend time in the kitchen on Diwali.
Chakli is evergreen Diwali snacks
2. Zafrani Cashew Cutlery
How is Diwali without sweets? Everyone likes this quick and easy-to-make Kaju Katli. While saffron is a powerful antioxidant and improves mood, cashews are a great source of healthy fats and minerals.
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3. Moong Dal Samosa
This is a twist on the regular aloo samosa that you have often tasted. Moong dal and spices give it a spicy taste and are liked by the guests. Moong dal is also easy to digest, so you don’t get that kind of bloating with aloo samosa.
everyone likes samosas
4. Royal Piece
Loaf of fried bread dipped in a thick mixture of milk and nuts – delicious and delicious. It is a perfect sweet option for festivals like Diwali. Also it can be prepared in 45 minutes.
A traditional Gujarati sweet, it is rich in flavor and melts easily in the mouth. Mohanthal is prepared from ghee-roasted gram flour and sugar and includes khoya, milk and dry fruits.
Delicious Diwali Sweet Mohanthal
6. Coconut Barfi
Nariyal or coconut barfi must be eaten during Diwali. This popular sweet is made from coconut, sugar, milk and cardamom powder. We bet you just can’t stop at one!
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7. Dahi Bhalla
One of the most favorite North Indian snacks, Dahi Bhalla can be chilled in the refrigerator and then served. The street-style snack is sure to leave guests asking for more. The Bhalle is drizzled with sweet curd, chutney and chaat masala.
Dahi Bhalla is Diwali favorite
Enjoy the festival of lights with these scrumptious recipes. Happy Diwali 2021!