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Malai ladoo or paneer ladoo recipe – diwali sweet recipe

malai ladoo

Malai ladoo or paneer ladoo is a festive delight made with just 2 ingredients – paneer and condensed milk and flavoured with rose essence.  Malai ladoo is very popular in North India and very similar to sandesh sweet. I have tried the recipe of milkmaid ladoo recipe where they have used kewra essence.  But I had rose

Potato chakli or murukku recipe – Diwali snacks recipe

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Potato chakli or murukku is a easy and quick recipe made from rice flour and potato.    It makes up for a good Diwali snack or even for teatime.  If you want to try something different from the usual murukku recipes, you can try this murukku/chakli with potato flavour.  I am sure you will love

Poha chivda or chiwda (spicy flattened rice) recipe – Diwali snacks recipe

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Poha chivda or chiwda is a spicy mixture made from thick poha and dry fruits which is deep fried and mixed with spices.  It is a savory snack which is easy to make.  Poha chiwda is mostly prepared during diwali festival as a part of diwali snacks.  It can be also had as a tea-time

Chocolate burfi recipe – diwali sweets recipe

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Chocolate barfi or chocolate fudge is a very delicious sweet prepared with milk powder, cocoa powder, sugar and butter and garnished with nuts.  This recipe is a very simple and quick to make barfi recipe and enjoyed by both kids and elders alike.  Kids just love the chocolate flavour of the barfi.  Do prepare chocolate

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes – diwali recipes collection 2016

Diwali recipes

Diwali or deepavali is an ancient hindu festival and the brightest festival of India.  This festival signifies the victory of light over darkness.  Diwali is an important festival for Hindus and this year it falls on 30th October 2016.  Diwali  represents the awareness of inner light within a person when ignorance is pushed aside by understanding

Nippattu or Thattai recipe

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Nippattu is a very popular snack from Karnataka especially from Mysore and Bangalore. Nippattu is usually deep fried but can also be baked. It is a crispy and spicy snack which is perfect for tea time munching. This recipe is contributed by my close friend, Mrs. Usha Nayaka who also happens to be a Mysorean.