This Diwali, surprise your guests with this unusual kachori. The best thing about it? It's amazingly cheesy!
A crisp snack bursting with the distinct flavour of kalonji (onion seeds), perfect with a hot cup of tea.
Paneer balls stuffed with carrot flavored rice. Coated with a thick batter and deep fried. Served with a red chilli chutney with a dash of jaggery.
A ready to eat Indian sweet made with nuts (cashews, peanuts, almonds and walnuts), honey and some lemon rind. A favorite during winters, this nutty snack is a must try.
Every lavish Indian dinner party is sure to have some tikkas. Paneer, capsicum and onions marinated in a yogurt based marinade. Skewered and grilled till brown.
Feast on these delicious Diwali snacks with your family or serve them to your friends for your Diwali get-together.
It's a bit hard to pinpoint the origins of chakli. It is a snack beloved of Maharashtrians, but most Gujarati farsan shops stock it, as well.
Just because you're going gluten-free, doesn't mean you have to give up on all the fun. Let me show you how to enjoy Diwali, albeit Gluten-Free!
One may argue that Diwali feasting is slightly more bent towards sweets and desserts, but a look in to Maharashtrian Diwali celebrations has a different story to tell.
Diwali is just around the corner and millions of Indians across the globe are gearing up to celebrate this five day long fiesta with their family and friends. This year Diwali will fall on 19th ...
For Diwali 2016, make these heavenly snacks at home and impress your guests. We've got you amazing recipes from murmura chivda to murukku.
Here are some tips that would help you relish Diwali sweets and snacks, without worrying about piling on some extra kilos.