≡ Menu

100 Diwali Snacks Recipes

An awesome collection of over 100 Diwali Snacks Recipes! Diwali or not, these recipes from the best web-blogs will leave you drooling and craving for more!

100+ Diwali Snacks Recipes from Foodomania.com | What to make for Indian festival Deepavali - compiled by Kavitha Ramaswamy It is 19th October, 2014. Diwali is in less than 4 days. Are you ready with the tastiest of snack dishes – waiting to celebrate the Indian festival of lights with your friends & family? Stalking food sites for traditional & modern recipes is one of my favorite pastime. And I’ve collected some of the best Diwali snacks recipes from all over the internet for you! These recipes may represent the kind of delicacies (especially deep fried ones) that are prepared across India. Some are quintessential to certain parts of the country while some are prepared by one & all. Either ways, all of these snack dishes are delicious and can be great addition to your menu.

Some have a shorter shelf life (like Medhu Vada or Bhajiya) while some last for 10-15 days (like Sev or Thattai). Most people choose to make snacks that last longer, so that sharing is easier and they can enjoy the same for a longer time.

So, without further ado, let us look at some amazing Diwali Snacks Recipes!

{ Click to view the recipes }

{ 1 comment }

Homemade Granola

Crunchy, easy & healthy homemade granola, sweetened with honey and loaded with the goodness of oats, almonds, raisins and flax seeds!

Homemade Granola Recipe | How to make healthy granola from scratch | Breakfast granola - learn how to make it for cheap at home | Written by Kavitha Ramaswamy of Foodomania.com Here’s a lesser known fact about me.

❤️  Breakfast.

Every morning, within 15-20 minutes of waking up, my tummy does this weird rambling noise – telling me its time to fill fuel again… and I just love it! And you know what’s a good thing to do when your body craves for fuel in the morning? Feed it good, healthy things like this homemade granola…. just so that it would help kick start the day with renewed energy and zest. And what’s even better about this is that you can get away with throwing in a bunch of healthy ingredients together, toss it with honey or maple syrup, bake it and call it your very own brand of homemade granola! So save your money on cereal / muesli and make this at home!

Because this is homemade, you can try a million combinations to see what flavors you like the best! Not only is it a great breakfast option for adults, but the kids would love it too!

[Continue reading for the Recipe]

{ 2 comments }

60 Diwali Sweets Recipes

Browse through a vast collection of Diwali Sweets Recipes – easy to follow and screams “celebration”!

60 Diwali Sweets Recipes | What to make for Indian festival Deepavali | Sweet recipes for diwali | Foodomania.com “Diwali” or “Deepavali” – The Indian festival of lights is round the corner and everyone in the cyber world are sharing their favorite recipes for this holiday. I’ve put together a collection of Indian desserts / sweets that are commonly prepared during Diwali. Not only are they utterly delicious, but they also make for a great present for giveaways. Sharing edible gifts is common during this festival, and so is lighting lamps and bursting firecrackers. As a foodie, the classic recipes are my favorite part of the festival! :) It isn’t possible to make every single one of them in one day. But these will give you an idea of how to plan your menu and what to make for Diwali.

If you have a family favorite recipe that you MUST have for the festival, I’d love to know in the comments down below. These days, a lot of fusion recipes are cropping up which goes to show how globalized our cuisines getting. You can stick to your traditional recipes fiercely or embrace the modern-yet-holding-up-the-traditional-significance recipes; I’ve got a huge collection for you! Go ahead, and make a sweet memory this Deepavali! :)

{ Click to browse the collection }

{ 0 comments }

Chocolate Spider Web

Decorating your desserts has never been as easy as making a simple chocolate spider web! Melt chocolate, draw a stencil, pipe the chocolate onto the stencil and voila! Chocolate spider webs ready!

Chocolate Spider Web Tutorial | Easy Chocolate Decorations Are you one of those who stress out before a party? Does planning a menu (especially desserts!) take forever? Well then I’ve got a solution for you, my friend!

3 words: Chocolate. Spider. Web

A simple decoration that you could make as big or small as you want, these webs are one of the quickest things you’ll make with chocolate – ever! Let us try our hand at amateur tempering! :) Of course, when I say “tempering”, I don’t mean the actual long process of melting the chocolate, bringing down the temperature, adding more chocolate yada yada… I only mean let us melt chocolate in the best way we know how and make it work for us!

Buy some good quality chocolate, get out your drawing book and let’s make a chocolate spider web! { Click to see the tutorial }

{ 1 comment }

Rasmalai

A step by step tutorial on making Rasmalai – a notorious, yet mouthwatering Indian dessert!

Rasmalai Recipe | Homemade Rasmalai Sweet from scratch by Kavitha Ramaswamy of Foodomania.com Rasmalai – a dessert that is notoriously technical and time consuming, yet loved by one and all. It is nothing but soft, curdled milk cheese cooked in sugar syrup and dunked in a deliciously sweet saffron flavored milk. What’s not to love? Well, if you see the length of the recipe, you might just say – THAT.

But I think if you try it out a couple of times & get used to it, it will seem like a breeze! After all, Croissants take all day to make and we don’t say no to them, do we? ;) This is a sweet treat prepared on special occassions and festivals. Although it is pretty easy to just buy Rasmalai from any Indian dessert store, I truly believe the homemade version is better – since we use the best products to actually make it. Another shortcut is to buy Rasgullas from the store and dunk them in the flavored milk for a Rasmalai!  { Click to read the RECIPE }

{ 0 comments }
%d bloggers like this: