Diwali is the most favorite festival of the year; during this auspicious occasion, friends and families get together and express their love towards each other. Diwali is both the festival of lights and festival of delicacies. Diwali is all about fire crackers and spicy foods; none of the festivals are fulfilled without festive delicacies or desserts.
Amongst the most beautiful festivals in India, Diwali is all about spreading light over darkness, to add a special touch to the celebrations you can make tasty and yummy recipes. Spread the light, love, and cheer with your friends and family on a great occasion. Here we’ve some delicious Diwali treats, savories, and snacks which are perfect for cooking for your Diwali celebrations.
Kaju Katli is a popular Indian dessert and is made using healthy Kaju or cashews to give them a rich taste. Mostly kids love this sweet, and it’s one of the most gifted sweets during the festive season.
It’s effortless to prepare Kaju katli at home, to do it finely grind the cashews and make it as a powder then add sugar into the cashew mixture. Add a little ghee to blend the mix; it also adds a rich flavor and taste to the delicacies.
Cook in low heat as it takes around 10 to 11 minutes to set, at a right stage take a small piece and gently roll between your thumb and index finger. Now the delicious Kaju Katli is ready to serve and pack, prepare this healthy recipe at home and surprise your family.
Making good Samosa’s is an art; it must be prepared with a lot of patience and love it takes some time to serve. To make Samosa at home, first, you’ve to start making the dough then gently mix together with flour, salt, and oil. Add a few amounts of water and knead it into firm dough, be sure that the consistency is smooth and fine.
To add spice to the dish, make stuffing with mashed potatoes, ginger, garlic, salt, and curry leaves at the end. Now take a small amount of dough, place a Samosa filling into the cone and seal it by pinching the edges.
Heat the pan and fry the Samosa until it gets the golden-brown color, serve the spicy Samosa with coriander chutney or sauce, try this mouth-watering recipe, and enjoy on Diwali.
Gulab Jamun is one of the mouth-watering sweet which is loved by everyone; it is served at all festivals, celebrations, weddings in India. To prepare this sweet at home you need some basic ingredients like milk, sugar, flour, and khoya; it can be made easily, and it’s a perfect dessert to be served on a special occasion.
I’ll share some easy tips to make this dessert, first take a large bowl and stir the flour, baking powder, milk powder, and cardamom. Mix the melted ghee, gently pour in the milk and wait until it gets smooth.
Now it’s time to prepare sugar syrup for that stir the sugar, rose water, and a pinch of cardamom, roll small balls and fry it in low heat. Wait for a while and see that the balls expand to twice from the original size, gently soak the fried balls into the syrup and serve.
You can prepare this nutty and sweet treats at home; they’re a perfect gluten-free addition to the festival. Simple ingredients are enough to make these round balls; you need some flour, sugar, ghee, nuts, and other seasonings like dried fruits to prepare Ladoos. Melt the butter in medium-low heat, after completing this process, remove the pan from heat; you can see the white foam on top, which is milk solid.
Heat the ghee in mild heat and cook until the flour becomes fragrant, wait for 7-10 mins to stir, and then mix well with a lump of powdered sugar and cardamom.
Allow the mixture to cool and gently shape them into balls, dip it in ghee and continue pressing, garnish the besan Ladoo with finely chopped nuts. Serve this delicious sweet and surprise them.
Diwali is a great festival that is a treat for eyes, and belly, with many variations to enjoy. As Diwali is around the corner, you need to prepare a lot of delicious foods and sweets, so I’ve shared some easy dishes to make at home. Cook unique and delicious sweets and snacks to serve your loved ones.
Have a happy and healthy Diwali!!!