Easy Diwali 2020 Recipes- Diwali is here and let's admit it we cant wait to feast to our heart's content. If the traffic on the road is any indication, India is alive with festivities. India is often called the land of festivals, and none of these festivals are complete without a good dose of their signature festive delicacies. As much as Diwali is about lights and the spirit of giving, it is also about the gastronomic treats that all of us relish through the days prior to Diwali. With less than a week remaining for Diwali and the festive fervor on its peak, how about adding a special touch to the celebrations by making a handful of treats at home. We have some of the best Diwali treats for you to easily prepare at home and enjoy with family and friends.
These are our best, quick, fuss-free and easy Diwali recipes are that are sure to make you a star this season of festivities:
Made with the goodness of shredded coconut, peanuts, jaggery and ragi flour, these ladoos are delectable, wholesome and healthy all at once!
Diwali 2020: These ladoos are delectable, wholesome and healthy all at once! Image credits: iStock
2. Kaju Katli
A Diwali without the festive favourite Kaju Katli? Well, we can't see that happening. So here's an easy recipe to the sweetmeat that starlines our Diwali celebrations, the cashew nut and milk based sweet topped by silver leaf is a winner all the way.
Chakli is a crispy snack made of rice flour, and piped in hot oil in a round shape. The savoury snack is an important part of Maharashtrian Diwali celebrations and the Diwali Faral.
You really don't need a festival to gorge on your favourite samosas, do you? These Moong Dal samosas are made in under an hour and are best served with fresh mint chutney.
A famous sweet and spicy snack, Bhakarwadi is made with gram flour which is shaped into spiral forms and then stuffed with a mixture of coconut, sesame seeds and poppy seeds. Here's a quick recipe to get it right in the comfort of your own kitchen.
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A pancake like dessert soaked in syrup before serving. This version made with paneer and khoya is sure to take your celebrations a notch higher.
7. Shahi Tukda
Pieces of fried bread slathered with a thick mixture of milk and nuts. The Awadhi delicacy is a hit all year round.
Green pea patty with Indian spices cooked on tawa and served with green chutney and sweet yoghurt. We can see you slurping already.
Happy Diwali 2020 everybody!
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.