Diwali Sweets Recipes
Indian festival of lights - Deepavali recipes
Diwali sweets recipes - Indian festival sweets - Indian mithai. Without sweets it doesn't feel like it is diwali.
Indians love sweets. Festivals are just an excuse
to eat sweets.
Most sweets are available in sweet shops but homemade diwali sweets are a must during deepavali .
Many sweets, such as chirote, besan laddoo, shankarpale are made mainly during diwali without which the diwali celebration is not complete.
Along with sweets, we must have some namkins/savories too for diwali.
Diwali Sweets Recipes - Deepavali sweets
Besan laddo is made with bengal gram dal flour / chickpea flour. A must for traditional festivals such as Diwali festival.
Mango kalakand is a sweet made with Indian paneer and ripe mangoes or mango pulp.
Shankarpale or shakkarpare is a festival sweet recipe made for Diwali or Christmas festival.
This rich dessert is a Maharastrian / Gujarati recipe. Prepare in advance. Keep in fridge for a week and serve when you want.
- Indian milk based sweet
Indian Festival - dessert recipe - Made with cashew nuts, quick and easy to make and keeps for long.
Shavige payasa, Traditional Indian sweet - dessert. Easy to make and doesn't take a long time. Can keep in fridge for 3 days.
Easy To Make Sweet with Carrots and milk. Keeps in fridge for a week.
- Chiroti - Chirote - Phenori - Indian flaky pastry is a festival recipe.
Besan burfi - Indian dessert and festival sweet recipe made with Besan / gram flour/ chickpea flour.
Coconut burfi is a sweet made with freshly grated coconut.
Very quick and easy, can be made at any festival time.
- Sweet rice pudding recipe made on Narali Poornima day in Maharashtra. Also in North Karnataka.
- Healthy breakfast recipe with broken / cracked wheat.
To make it vegan, use coconut oil / vegetable oil instead of desi ghee.
- A rava / Semolina / cream of wheat dish. Breakfast / snack / sweet. Known as sajjige, kesari, sanja in Indian languages.
Festival sweet - Curd/ Yogurt based dessert recipe, flavored with saffron and cardamom.
A festive kheer / payasa recipe from Karnataka
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