Diwali Special Recipes 2021| Best Traditional Diwali Recipes

Hello Foodies,

        Happy Diwali to Everyone! Deepavali or Diwali festival of light! And it is one of my favorite Hindu festivals. It’s particularly associated with Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth & Prosperity, and marks the beginning of the financial year. Prepare a festive meal, making sweets, snacks, and savories are a tradition for Diwali. It is the biggest and the brightest of all festivals. So get ready to prepare some tasty festive treats!

A celebration of prosperity, Diwali gives us the strength and the zeal to carry on with our work and goodwill for the rest of the year and thus, promising us success and prosperity. Here is my Diwali Faral(Sweet and Savory Snacks)Platter.

Besan Ladoos:

This year's Diwali try to make healthy homemade snacks. I'm talking about chakli, chivda, ladoos, shakkarpara, and more favorite Diwali snacks. So, I have started Diwali special recipe series with this sugar-free three ingredients besan ladoos. These besan ladoos are Dr.K's(my husband) favorite ones. So I have started Diwali preparation with these besan ladoos.

Rose-Malai Ladoos:

Gorging into this soft, sweet, and creamy delights Rose Malai Ladoo is exactly how we define pure love. So this Diwali makes delightful Rose-Malai Ladoos. They are easy to make and prepared from scratch using fresh ingredients. Ladoos are a quintessential Indian sweet savored at every festival.

Rava Coconut Ladoo | रवा नारळ लाडु:

The rich flavor of roasted rava and fresh coconut and the intense aroma of cardamom powder made this Rava-Coconut Ladoo very special and that nobody can resist. Any celebration is incomplete without sweet so here's this mouth-watering, aromatic and delightful Rava-Coconut Laddu recipe.

Motichoor Boondi Ladoos:

Indian festivals, puja, weddings, or any celebration is incomplete without these motichoor/boondi ladoos. Motichoor ladoos prepared from chickpeas or gram flour are tiny droplets of flour that are fried, later immersed in thick sugar syrup, and finally shaped liked ladoos.

Shankarpali / शंकरपाळी / Shakkarpara:

Shankarpali is a sweet snack that is traditionally enjoyed amongst the Maharashtrian and Gujarati community in India as a treat at the Diwali festival and has a long shelf-life too.

Bhajanichi Chakali / Multigrain Flour Chakali:

Maharashtrian style bhajanichi chakli without which Diwali cannot be celebrated. Chakali can be prepared in different ways like Rice flour chakli, wheat flour chakali, moong dal chakali, jowar flour chakli, etc. This chakali is prepared using chakali chi bhajani.

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