This year Diwali will be celebrated on 4th November 2021. This festival is incomplete without delicious dishes. There are so many delicious traditional dishes on this festival that you can prepare for the festival and enjoy with your loved ones.
It includes sweets like Gulab Jamun, Kheer, Barfi etc. Let’s know which dishes you can serve this Diwali.
Make These Fun Snacks for Diwali Party
Popularly known as Murukku or Chakli in Maharashtra. It is made from rice flour and fried in hot oil. It is crisp and round in shape. Everyone likes this chakli. It can be prepared in advance so that you do not have to spend time in the kitchen on Diwali.
How is Diwali without sweets? Everyone likes this quick and easy-to-make cashew katli. While saffron is a powerful antioxidant and improves mood, cashews are a great source of healthy fats and minerals.
Moong Dal Samosa
You can also use moong dal by giving a twist to aloo samosa. Moong dal and spices give it a spicy taste and guests will love it. Moong dal is also easy to digest, so you do not have that kind of bloating with aloo samosa.
Coconut barfi must be eaten during Diwali. This popular sweet is made from coconut, sugar, milk and cardamom powder.
One of the most favorite North Indian snacks, Dahi Bhalla can be chilled in the refrigerator and then served. Street-Style Snack is a great snack recipe for guests. It is made using sweet curd, chutney and chaat masala etc.
Sooji ka Halwa
Sooji ka Halwa is something that is commonly made in every Indian household on special occasions. From birthdays to festivals, it is usually found on the dinner table because everyone likes its taste.
Everyone likes the spicy taste of soft paneer cubes. Try this delicious snack recipe with your loved ones on Diwali.
Namakpare is a great snack for a cup of hot tea. This crunchy and salty snack is perfect to balance out your taste buds. You can easily make this recipe at home with simple ingredients and serve it to your guest.