Diwali Sweets and Snacks

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Sev

Sev is a popular Indian snack food. This is essentially small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste which is seasoned with salt, asofatida and oil before being deep-fried in oil. These noodles vary in thickness. In our

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Nutty Dates Roll

Nutty Dates Roll are very easy to make and its sugar free and loaded with nutritious value. It makes perfect snack or dessert which you can enjoy any time of the day. Nuts and Dates always make a great combination.

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Oramu

We Love Holi Festival. Not only for the bevy of colors, but also for the mouth-watering delicacies unique to this occasion. Bags filled with vibrant colors, water guns, Hindi songs(Rang Barse Bhige Chunar vali-one of my favorite 😉 another one

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Vada

This Vada is prepared specially on Kali Chaudas (A day before Diwali). It is also called Kakraat na vada or Chhum vada. Many Gujarati families still perform the ritual called ‘kakraat kadhvu(removing domestic rifts)’ by putting vadas and other stuff

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Lapsi

Chhuti Lapsi / Lapsi is a very popular and traditional dessert of Gujarati Community(Western India). This Dessart is made during very special occasions like Marriage , Buying new house or car as well as auspicious days like Dhanteras(the first day

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Rainbow Farsi Puri

We Love Holi Festival. Not only for the bevy of colors, but also for the mouth-watering delicacies unique to this occasion. Bags filled with vibrant colors, water guns, Hindi songs(Rang Barse Bhige Chunar vali-one of my favorite 😉 another one

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Ghughara

Ghughara, a cuisine of Gujarat, is a sweet dumpling made with Maida flour and stuffed with khoya and other ingrediants. Ghughara is filled with a mixture of dry fruits, khoya and to add a grainy texture, a little suji/rava/semolina. Ghughara

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Ratlami Sev

Sev is a popular Indian snack food. Sev is essentially small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste. These noodles vary in thickness. There are different varieties of sev, one of them is Madhya pradesh(State of India) fame

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Cholafali

Cholafali is Gujarati festival snack usually prepared during Diwali. This is perfect for munching and anytime snack. It is said that without Cholafali and Fafda, Diwali celebration is incomplete for Gujjus(Gujarati Community). Combination of chickpea flour and urad flour gives

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Baklava

Baklava is a traditional Turkish dessert. Baklava is made of thin pastry, called Phyllo sheets, layers filled with nuts, pistachios and/or walnuts. It sweetened with sugar syrup or honey. It’s name comes from Old Turkic language. It means wrapped. There are

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