Diwali brings happiness, joy, and light to people’s life. Like these things, it also calls for delicious and mouthwatering snacks and Mithais. As the season of Diwali comes near, moms start spending more time in the kitchen preparing various delicacies for their family. There’s no Indian, who doesn’t like the sweet Mithais and spicy snacks prepared by their mothers. Children also take a liking to the process of preparing Diwali snacks and help their mother.
The festive season of Diwali is filled with unlimited snacks and sweets like Laddoos, Chiwdas, Karanji, Chaklis, etc. The process and type of food prepared on Diwali varies in various parts of India. Thus, to satisfy the tastebuds of your loved ones, here are some simple and delicious Diwali snack recipes, that you could try at home.
In this first video, you’ll learn how to prepare four basic snacks and sweets for Diwali. From Maharashtra’s Karanji to Bengal’s Rosogulla. You’ll get to know how easy, preparing the Diwali food can be.
In this video, recipes of 6 different food items are shown. Starting with Banana chips, you’ll learn the easy steps required in preparing Tomato Sev, Verki Puri, Bhakarwadi, Chakli, and Shankarpali, in a few minutes.
This last video is the ultimate combination of the recipes of 10 Diwali snacks. From Crispy Methi Puri, the chef has given the simple and quick recipes of Masala Peanuts, Medu Vada, Roasted Poha, Nippatu, Aloo Bonda, Rice Murukku, Masala Vada, Namak Para as well as the Kara Boondi.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your kitchen ready and treat your loved ones with simple and amazing Diwali snacks!
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