DIwali 2020: India is often called the land of festivals, and none of these festivals are complete without a good dose of their signature festive delicacies
Diwali 2020: Have you ever thought about what goes into making traditional sweets in bulk to meet increased festive season demand? Read this to know how to shop for you and your loved ones with ...
Diwali 2020: Kalakand is a traditional barfi-shaped Indian sweet, generally made out of khoya/mawa (solidified, sweetened milk).
This year Diwali will be marked on November 14, 2020. But due to the on-going Coronavirus pandemic, we are being extra cautious about getting food from outside.
In the quintessential anarsa recipe, rice is soaked in water for 3-4 days, then dried and ground to get the fine powder for making the dough of the mithai.
Khoya is often contaminated by adding fine flour, starch, sooji, blotting paper and many harmful ingredients to it (including detergent, chemicals etc.)
Diwali 2020 food: While laddoo, barfi, kheer etc are a must-have on the bhog thali, people whip up several types of main course dish for their beloved deity.
Sonam Kapoor, Bhumi Pednekar and Katrina Kaif all took out time to let their hair down and binge on their favourite food on Diwali 2020.
Diwali 2020: This year, many people are making Diwali sweets at home for safety reasons. We have brought to you some useful tips to make the best gujiya at home.
Diwali 2020: The whole process was a bit time consuming and involved many trials and errors but the results were absolutely delicious and gluten-free!