Blog Posts - Diwali Recipes



Aval Mixture| South Indian Mixture | Diwali Recipes

I made this mixture along with namak para and omapodi.  Mixture or as it's mostly call South Indian mixture is one versatile recipe, a mixture (combination) of different things which makes it a delicious tea time or festival recipe.  You ca...
by Indian Khana on Nov 6, 2012

Diwali Sweets Recipes | Festival Recipes

As Diwali is around the corner here is list of sweets, halwa and kheer recipes at one place for easy browsing.   Sweets        Badam Katli                   ...
by Indian Khana on Nov 2, 2012

Ompodi | Plain Sev | Diwali Recipes

Ompodi or omapodi is not something that we make often, for us Sev is very common snack.   I made these ompodi when my in-laws were here along with these Namak Para, my in-laws likes this fresh change from regular sev as it’s more crunchy due the...
by Indian Khana on Nov 1, 2012

Gulab Jamun - Version 3 ~~SNC Challenge

Gulab jamuns are spongy balls,a quite famous North Indian sweets prepared usually with khoya and maida ,later they are fried in oil and soaked in sugar syrup. Usually we South Indians prepare this spongy juicy jamuns with store bought jamun mix, whic...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Nov 1, 2012

Coconut Laddoo | Diwali Recipes

Coconut laddoo with condense milk is the most easy sweet recipe, you can’t make anything else under 15 minutes with no cooking involve and just 2 ingredients, it can’t get better than this right?   I learnt this recipe from Khana Khazana show d...
by Indian Khana on Oct 30, 2012

Easy Microwave Khoya Recipe

Wishing all Happy Bakrid/Hari Raya Haji.  Khoya making from condense milk and in microwave is of the easy tasks, I have been doing this for so long but it never occurred to me to post this recipe as it’s really very easy.  But this time while I...
by Indian Khana on Oct 25, 2012

Lauki Kheer | Dudhi Kheer Recipe

by Indian Khana on Oct 23, 2012

Besan Sev | Diwali Recipes

Besan Sev is one savory snack which is very popular and frequent recipe at my parents place,  I have grown up looking at my mother making huge batches of these sev for Diwali, Holi or just for snack and store in large tins.  We still follow the cus...
by Indian Khana on Oct 3, 2012

Ajwain Red Rice Murukku

Two days back, it was raining like anything and obviously everyone at home want something crispy to munch for their snacks, so i quickly prepared this flavourful crispy murukkus. These crispy murukkus go for usual ingredients except ajwain aka omam s...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Sep 22, 2012

Millet Kheer

Today most of us will be celebrating Lord Krishna's Janmashtami (birthday) with many savouries and sweets. We were ready for a weekend trip and i was completely hooked with the bagages and all, instead of making many savouries and sweets, i quickly p...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Aug 9, 2012

Badam Katli~~A Virtual Welcome Party

If you would have said that blogging can make a wonderful friendship chain around the world before am entering to this virtual world, i would have laughed louder. But now i can realize that blogging can make a fantastic virtual friendship chain and a...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Aug 1, 2012

Coconut and Rava Burfi

I think its been more than a year i prepared my mom's signature sweets coconut and rava burfis.This weekend we had a rainy days and my sweet tooth started craving for some sweets, immediately i wanted to make some coconut burfis. My mom's burfis goes...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on May 21, 2012

Namak Para | Savoury Mini Crackers

Namak paara or namak pare is one of those must Diwali Recipe at home, this easy and simple snack is not only limited to Diwali but during Holi or any festival or just like that  is prepared.  Not to mention it’s so difficult to say no to these cr...
by Indian Khana on May 20, 2012

Red Rice Murukku

Crunchy munchy murukkus are always my teddies favourite,i do quite often varieties of these crispy beauties whenever we feel like munching some.My mom passed me a packet of  red rice flour few days back, actually i want to make some string hoppe...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on May 12, 2012

Bread Gulab Jamuns

Wishing all you a Happy Tamil New Year and Vishu wishes to all my readers and followers.. Bread jamuns gets ready in very less time when compared to the usual gulab jamuns..These jamuns tastes super rich and definitely easy to prepare whenever you r...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Apr 13, 2012

Thick Poha Chivda

Thick Poha Chivda in MarathiTime: 1 Houryield: 6 cups (serves: 10 to 12)Ingredients:3 cups Thick poha1/2 cup peanuts1/4 cup thin slices of dry coconut1/4 cup Broken Cashew-nuts1/4 cup Roasted Chana dal (Tip)5 to 6 dry Red chilies or 1 tsp Red chilli...
by The Best Food And Drink on Nov 3, 2010

Malai Chops

Malai Chop in MarathiTime: around 45 minutesYield: 6 to 8 small piecesIngredients:Paneer2 1/2 cup Milk (2 % reduced Fat)1 tsp Vinegar2 tbsp WaterSugar syrup1 cup Sugar3 cup WaterKhoya Mixture100 gram Khoya2 tsp Sugar4 tbsp whipping cream (Note 1)smal...
by The Best Food And Drink on Nov 2, 2010

Kadboli Bhajani

Kadboli Bhajni in MarathiYield: approx 1 and 1/2 kgIngredients:1 kg Rice200 gram Black chickpeas200 gram Urad dal, with peels1 cup wheat50 gram coriander seeds2 tbsp cumin seedsMethod:1) Roast each ingredient separately over medium heat until the col...
by The Best Food And Drink on Oct 28, 2010

Kadboli - Maharashtrian Faral Recipe

Kadboli in MarathiYield: 35 to 40 piecesTime: 40 minutesIngredients:1 + 1/4 cup Kadboli Flour - Click here for the recipe1 + 1/4 cup Water1 tsp Sesame seeds1 tsp Ajwain (Carom Seeds)1 + 1/2 tsp red chili powder or to taste1/4 tsp Hing (Asafoetida)1 t...
by The Best Food And Drink on Oct 26, 2010


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