What a fun way to make an easy snack with no cooking at all! Rice flour laddu from Assam is a flavour filled recipe with many health benefits. It absolutely needs no cooking so you can involved your kids to do this during Diwali.
Tamilnadu makes this savoury during the Diwali season. It was typically started in and is still made in the villages of Tamilnadu. It is fun to make this recipe with kids. They help in using the moulds to make the noodle like thenkuzal.
Babru is a relish from Himachal Pradesh. It has travelled all over the country for its inevitable taste and flavour. The black dal stuffed puri is rolled and the fried. It is an easy snack that all the localites make during Diwali.
Gujarat loves to make mathiya during Diwali or Holi season. This savoury is made out of math dal flour and looks like puri. It is a savoury you can't resist.
A relish of a crispy layer filled with the sweetened khoya topped with nuts is the ideal festive snack of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is the land of sweets and savouries. Mawa kachori is one of the few sweet katchories that are not only loved by children...
Maharastra celebrates Diwali with an authentic sweet recipe, Anarsa. It is made of soaked powdered rice, jaggery/sugar, poppy seed and ghee. It has now been made easier with readily available anarsa mix in the department store.
Sunnundalu is an Andhra festive snack made of urad dal. The combination of urad dal, ghee and sugar are such a merry to indulge in. Some people replace sugar with jaggery to make it a little healthy.
Try this deep-fried recipe made out of semolina, banana and yoghurt, a delicacy from Uttarakhand. It is snack made during Diwali and served mostly with ginger tea and qawha.