No celebration is complete without a touch of sweet. Desserts are the highlight of every Indian festival. They add much more enthusiasm to the festive spirit. With Diwali around the corner, festivities have finally stepped in. These are really easy recipes which can be made under 30 minutes with simple ingredients.
Some of the Popular Diwali Sweets and Snacks are listed below.
It is one of the easiest of murukku varieties. It will be one of the main snack in our households during Diwali.
If you know how to prepare omapodi (refer point 3 ), then preparing South Indian mixture at home is no big deal.
It is an essential savory item along with Sweet chutney, forming an integral part of most Indian street food snacks. It is known as Sev/Karapusa
Vermicelli Kesari Recipe is a very easy recipe made with Semiya and the best part is, it is quick to make and needs little ghee unlike other kesari recipe.
Athirasam Recipe is a Traditional South Indian sweet prepared on Diwali. It is also known as Ariselu, Kajjaya, Athirasa in South India.
Jhangri or Jangiri Recipe is a traditional sweet made with urad dal. It is prepared during Diwali. It is also known as Imarti or Emarti in the North India.
It quite easy to prepare a Kaju Pista Roll-Mithai on a two layered roll filled with savoury sweets that you could prepare for your kids
Ribbon Murukku Recipe is also called Ribbon Pakoda or Nada Thenkuzhal. You can try this easy murukku recipe for this Diwali and enjoy with your family.
Coconut Burfi is a classic and traditional sweets that is rich in flavour and easy to make!
Rava ladoo is a traditional diwali recipe. A glass of milk and this golden ball of ghee-ladden goodness.
Happy Diwali To Everyone !