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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

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

Poha chivda or aval mixture – easy diwali snacks recipe

poha chivda

Poha chivda or aval mixture is a very popular and healthy snack made of thin beaten rice and flavoured with peanuts, roasted chana dal and mild spices. It can be prepared instantly and can be enjoyed as a tea time snack. Poha chivda is a also a very common snack prepared during Diwali festival. It is a low fat snack which can be easily prepared at home. It does not use too much oil and can be easily stored in an airtight container upto one month.

Oma podi or carom seeds(ajwain) flavoured sev recipe – diwali snacks recipe

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Oma podi or ompodi is a quick and easy savory recipe which is made with gramflour, rice flour and flavoured with carom seeds (ajwain), It is a popular snack in South India and it is made during festivals or special occasions. Oma podi can be had as a teatime snack and it is also used in chaats.

Ribbon pakoda recipe – Indian vegetarian food – Easy to make deepavali/diwali recipes

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Ribbon pakoda is a very popular and easy snack which is made during Diwali. It is a South Indian crispy savory snack which is very simple to make but very tasty. Ribbon pakoda is prepared with gram flour, besan and chilli powder. It can also be had as tea time or any time snack. This is also called as nada murukku or ola pakoda.

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.