There's a range of savouries without which the festival of lights is incomplete
The festive season is upon us. While the world is prepping up for Diwali celebrations, we are eagerly waiting to nosh on to the festive treats. Kaju katli, gujiya, soan papdi and ladoos; there are options galore when it comes to desserts. However, there's a range of savouries without which the festival of lights is incomplete. Chakli and bhujia are two snacks that you are bound to find at your neighbour's place when you visit them for Diwali greetings. Some of us may even be guilty of eating too many of these chaklis. Coiled and crispy, chakli is hard to resist and same is the case with spicy bhujia or sev that one just can't stop munching.
What if we tell you that you don't need to go to the market for these savouries? You can now prepare them at home this year with these stellar recipes! Yes, you heard us. Homemade namkeens are way healthier than the store-bought ones as you can be sure of the quality of ingredients and their freshness. Besides, there is nothing quite like adding a personal touch to the snacks you are serving to your guests, right? We are sure it will strike a chord with all those who are visiting you this season.
(Also Read: Diwali 2019: 7 Diet And Cooking Tips To Cut Down Excess Calorie Intake This Festive Season)
Recipe Videos Of Instant Diwali Chakli And Homemade Bhujia
The recipes of instant Diwali chakli and homemade bhujia were shared by Mumbai-based YouTuber and blogger Alpa Modi on her YouTube Channel 'Something's Cooking With Alpa'.
Bursting with eclectic flavours, these snacks aren't quite like the ones you find in the market and are easy-to-make as well. Enjoy making these snacks at home and share with us your Diwali moments in the comments section below.
(Also Read: Diwali 2019: 5 Sensational Fusion Dessert Recipes To Celebrate The Festival)
Here's wishing you all a Happy Diwali 2019!
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.