diwali recipes

75+ Best Diwali Recipes – Sweets and Snacks 2019 Edition

In India, Diwali is one of the most exciting and magnificent festivals in the world. The ‘Festival of Lights’ is celebrated by all with an amazing enthusiasm.

Brilliant clay diyas, charming fairy lights, and stunning rangolis in the courtyards- Diwali is here and we are loving every bit of the festive spirit.

Festivals like Diwali serve to fuse people from diverse backgrounds. In India, food is irrevocably weaved with every festival the country celebrates. Diwali, especially, is a festival of fun, jovialities, and feasts. The very first thing that comes to mind when you reminisce of Diwali food is sweets – and loads of them. Mithai, as Indian sweetmeats are called, is the little chunk of deliciousness.

Subscribe to our Newsletter!

Cooking doesn’t have to be hard. Sign up to receive delicious recipes!

This Diwali, ditch the sweet shops and avoid compromising the health of your loved ones. Grab a apron, log in to Cooking With Siddhi and make amazing, unique and delicious snacks and sweets!

Here are awesomesauce Diwali Recipes that will bring brightest of smiles on the faces of your loved ones.

1. Khajur Barfi

Festivals harbor our deep-seated love of Mithai. One of my favorites is Khajur Mithai or Khajur Roll. Made at home with all the passion and care is the best treat to your friends and family.

Date palm had proven to lower cholesterol and is high in protein and vitamin. Beat that!

Watch the recipe video below:-

2. 2 Ingredient-Instant Kaju Katli

My love for Kaju Katli would make her queen of Indian Sweets. It has melt in the mouth texture and has that excellent nutty flavor from the cashews that are the powerhouse of anti-oxidants.

Did you know you can make it with just two ingredients? Well, find out more here.

Watch the recipe video below:-

3. Khasta Dhaniya Strips

Looking for something to compliment and balance all the sweetness during festivals? Well, here is a recipe that is easy to make is healthy, has a perfect crunch and you can’t stop at few.

These Khasta Dhaniya strips have such an aromatic flavor and you and your guests will love it.

Watch the recipe video below:-

4. Kalakand- 3 Ingredients

Kalakand is a variety of Indian Milk Cheese Fudge. Fresh cottage cheese is cooked with reduced milk till it relinquishes an extremely thick consistency which is milky, cheesy and absolutely lip-smacking.

Please now don’t run to the sweet shop, just gather these 3 ingredients and get started in your kitchen!

Watch the recipe video below:-

5. Schezwan Sev

There are so many Desi flavorings available in Sev- be it Garlic, Hing, Ujjaini etc. But have you tried a Chinese version of this Indian Snack?

I guess not, let me introduce to you the Schezwan Sev, a fusion dish that will have your guests in shock for all the right reasons.

Watch the recipe video below:-

6. Matar Masala Mathri

Matar Mathri is unique, crispy and flaky snacks which taste great. Serve these delightful snacks to your guest with tea or coffee.

It will stay delicious for days and store them in big jars at room temperature.
Pack them as goodies in jars for your near and dear ones.

Watch the recipe video below:-

7. 5 Flavored Coconut Ladoo

Coconut Ladoo’s are soft and delicately sugared little coconut bites that are ideal for any occasion.

The interesting bit is that make them in 5 exotic different flavors that too in one go! Rose, Chocolate, Coffee, Orange, and Cardamom- one for all and all for one. Easy, Instant and delicious.

Watch the recipe video below:-

8. Palak Mathri

Crispy Palak Mathri is a pleasant preparation which is liked by people of all age groups. It’s a crumbly, salty and rich Indian cracker that’s perfect for serving alongside sweets, tea, and cold drinks for your guests.

Don’t forget to make it during the festivities!

Watch the recipe video below:-

9. Choco-Dip-Sandwich-Kaju Katli

If you want to be the talk of the town, try this recipe for Choco-Dipped Sandwiched Kaju Katli. A single bite surprising holds a ton of flavor that will make weak in the knees.

A mouthful of creaminess coupled by refreshing mukhwas and then comes the chocolate to add the punch!

Watch the recipe video below:-

10. Crunchy Chunky Tikki

Don’t just let off your guests with sweets and snack. Plate out my version of the lip-smacking Aloo Tikki and make them go bonkers over your cooking skills.

Yes, serve the most popular North Indian snack this Diwali with lots of flavors, and spices and vegetables. Serve it with green chutney and enjoy!

Watch the recipe video below:-

11. Aloo Pudina Sev

Aloo Pudina sev will be a new addition to the desi flavoring of existing Sev family. This has refreshing and feisty notes of mint and crunchy great texture from the potatoes.

This is not your regular sev, so do serve it your friends and family to earn extra points of appreciations!

Watch the recipe video below:-

12. Bhaji Pav Roll

Pav Bhaji is one of the greatest food contributions to India from Mumbai. Nothing can beat a plate full of melting butter Bhaji and yummy pav. But it does get a little messy though isn’t it?

Well, I have fused Rolls and Pav Bhaji together to form Pav Bhaji rolls. Eat heartily without creating a mess and I am sure your kids and and guests will love the new dish.

Watch the recipe video below:-

13. Nutty Coconut Halwa

Halwa is a go-to recipe to soothe our sudden sweet cravings. It is also considered an auspicious dish, to cook during festivities.

Well, if you are big coconut flavor lover, then this halwa is just for you. Wholesome goodness of nuts, handsome texture of coconut and a huge spoon is all you need!

Watch the recipe video below:-

14. Shrikhand Katli

Shrikhand is a semi soft, sweet n sour whole milk dish prepared from fermented curd, also known as hung curd. It has a pleasing taste and is enjoyed as sweet dish in many regional cuisines.

Why not experiment a little and make Shrikhand Katli enjoy it in a diamond shaped sweets and I am sure your friends and family will be swooned!

Watch the recipe video below:-

15. Semolina/Rava/Sooji Pizza

Let this Diwali be all about healthy eating. Apart from making excellent homemade sweets, try this awesomesauce Pizza Recipe!

Made from healthy ingredients like Semolina and lots of veggies, this pizza gives equal and tough competition to other famous pizza chains.

Watch the recipe video below:-

16. Veg Poha Cutlet Roll

We are prepared when it comes to guests visiting us during Diwali, aren’t we? If you bored of serving same snack dishes then you are in here for a surprise.

Presenting Veg Poha Cutlet Roll, it is scrumptious and soft inside and tastes refreshingly new. This recipe will take every taste bud with a wonder. Make more because no one will stop at one!

Watch the recipe video below:-

17. Crispy Corn

Sometimes simple recipe at restaurants taste so great that we wonder if at all it can be replicated at home. I had this experience when I had Crispy Corn at Barbeque Nation and gave it a try in my kitchen.

Guess what, not only I was able to nail the technique but it tasted super good, so here is a snack recipe for you straight from the kitchen of a restaurant. Shhh! don’t let the secret out.

Watch the recipe video below:-

18. Sweet Corn Salsa & Nachos Bhel

Kids are a little difficult to handle and when it is a group of many little people, one can imagine the plight of moms! During a get together to keep ‘Bachcha Party’ munching on here is a quirky snack recipe that they will enjoy!

Sweet Corn Salsa and The Nachos Bhel is a tangy combination of many ingredients. A burst of flavors on the palate, do try during the festive season.

Watch the recipe video below:-

19. Vegetarian French Toast

A complete vegetarian makeover to the Egg based French toast is here. It tastes as good and will make your morning breakfast a treat!

Vegetarian French toast is fun twist, made using chickpea flour and bread slices. Actually, make it at any time of the day!

Watch the recipe video below:-

20. Pasta Pakoda

We absolutely love the Two P dishes that are Pakora and Pasta! They are our all time favorites dishes, be it any age group. One is Indian and the other is an Italian specialty.

Here is unique combination of Pakora meet Pasta, a fusion dish that you have to try to witness a culinary breakthrough! (I may have exaggerated because it tastes freaking good!)

Watch the recipe video below:-

21. Farali Makhana Cutlet

To make your feast during the fasting interesting and delicious here is a new dish to add to your recipe list.

Farali Makhana Cutlet is an ideal dish to make when you are out of option and want to treat your taste buds with something rich and delectable. Pair it with homemade Farali Green Chutney, sit back and enjoy!

Watch the recipe video below:-

22. Phool Makhana Munchies

We are unaware of benefits and recipes that can be made with Makhana or Fox nuts. It has plenty of health advantage and will keep you energized during the Fasts.

Here is an exciting, fun and instant recipe that will keep you full and on your toes. Try it out.

Watch the recipe video below:-

23. Crispy Moong Dal Pakode

Winter is around the corner and one dish that I love to make during this chilly season is Pakora with my favorite cuppa of Tea.

Moong dal Pakora are easy to make at any time, light on your tummy and simply mouthwatering. Serve them with homemade green chutney and ketchup. A warm blanket, favorite show and a plate of these Moong Pakoras, your evening is made!

Watch the recipe video below:-

24. Kiwi Slush

It is high time when you let go of cold drinks and made some drinks at home. Celebrate the festivities by serving your family and friends organic drinks!

Orange Kiwi Slushee is an exotic combination and has many health perks too. It’s sweet and tangy punch will make you a fan of this drink.

Watch the recipe video below:-

25. Veg Kebab

Our go-to starter dish when we go to restaurants is undeniably Vegetable Kebab. They are juicy, full of veggies and extremely pleasing.

Want to soothe the instant craving for Kebab, here is a full proof and authentic recipe for Kebab, serve them to your guest and make them go gaga over the dish!

Watch the recipe video below:-

26. Royal Falooda

The best way to end your meal is to serve your family and friends this mouthwatering, extrinsic glass full or sweet dish that speaks royalty and it is none other than Royal Falooda!

Its path to India was paved by Iranian’s, make it in your kitchen and surprise your folks. It is creamy, delicious and superb sweet dish/ice-cream/drink, call whatever you want to.

Watch the recipe video below:-

27. Paneer Fingers

Ditch the finger fries this festive season as I have a perfect and healthy alternative. It is crispy outside, melts in the mouth instantly and hands-down delicious.

It is difficult to make kids like any dish, but I am sure they are going to jump and grab these lovely looking, golden Paneer Fingers.

Watch the recipe video below:-

28. Fruit Custard

Looking for an effortless dessert option that is ready instantly? I might have just the right recipe that hits all the YASS points.

Fruit Custard is one dish that makes for a fantastic sweet course. Add fruits and dry fruits of your choice and as many as you want and eat to your heart’s content.

Watch the recipe video below:-

29. Original Mojito

Imagine a brilliant Diwali evening with snacks, sweets and everything great. Now imagine a chilled glass of mint and lime Mojito!

Yes, non-alcoholic world-famous beverage right in the clasp of your hand. Clean your palate and feel refreshed with every sip that you drink. Here is an authentic recipe for you.

Watch the recipe video below:-

30. Watermelon Cooler

If you are out of ideas for drinks or beverages to serve this festive season, do not worry, I have your drink section covered.

Here is a perfect and trending summer cooler drink that is exhilarating and pleasing. Watermelon Cooler recipe is full of health benefits that will keep your stomach cool if you end up over eating this festive season.

Watch the recipe video below:-

31. Batata Vada

Do not run out of options for snacks for any occasion this season. Make the best use of street style food and bring them on your table spread.

One such amazing and loved by all, famous street food is Batata vada. Serve them with home-made green chutney and enjoy.

Watch the recipe video below:-

32. Aloo Parantha

For breakfast, nothing even comes close to the affluent Aloo Ka Parantha “Makhan maarke” laddled with homemade white butter.

Mashes potatoes combined with aromatic spices and veggies and then pan fried is an ultimate comfort during the cold wintery morning. There are plenty of options to eat hot Aloo parantha with- “Ghar ki malai”, mango pickle, plain curd along with a glass of Lassi! Burraahh!

Watch the recipe video below:-

33. Malpua

The number one sweet course dish that has been the talk of the town since the oldest time is Malpua. Festivals, be it Holi, Diwali and Ramadan are incomplete with consuming the sinful Malpua.

These are small deep fried pancakes that are soaked in a sugary syrup, come in various forms and varieties based on the region. Try my awesome recipe to make sugary, syrupy and glistening Malpua’s.

Watch the recipe video below:-

34. Aloo Tikki Chaat

Potato is one versatile ingredient; one can make amazing recipes from it by blending it with spices and more veggies.

One very famous street food from the North is Aloo Tikki Chat. It is an amalgamation of aloo tikki with green chutney, tamarind chutney, chaat masala, and papdi. Basically it is a party of flavors on your palate.

Watch the recipe video below:-

35. Leftover Rice Cutlet

Have an extra batch of rice leftover from yesterday night? If yes, then here is an innovative recipe from the leftover rice that will inspire you to make extra rice every time.

Leftover Rice Cutlets are crispy, crunchy and delectable. Make this and keep your folks wondering how you come up with this gorgeous recipe.

Watch the recipe video below:-

36. Lauki Pyaaz ke Pakode

Pakodas are one bite sized snacks that bring a huge smile on our faces no matter how harsh life is. The ultimate monsoon snack comes in so many mindboggling varieties.

One such scrumptious type is Lauki Pyaaz ke Pakode. The spiciness compliments the mild sweet texture of Lauki and onion. This recipe is a must try during the festivities.

Watch the recipe video below:-

37. Hara Dhaniya Parantha

It is a crime if you ever get bored of the regular-famous varieties of stuffed paranthas. But if by any chance you are out of options and you are craving for the same, then here is a great way to make stuffed paranthas.

Try Mint and Coriander i.e. Pudina and Dhaniya parantha. It tastes finger-licking good!

Watch the recipe video below:-

38. Rava/Sooji Rava Pakora

Want to meet the snack expectation of uninvited guests? Well, here is a recipe just for you.

The simplicity and the taste of the dish are mind-blowing. Presenting Rava or Sooji ke Pakode. Mix, rest and fry, VOILA! An amazing pakoda dish is ready to be served with green chutney and ketchup.

Watch the recipe video below:-

39. Mexican Idli Pakora

I love fusing different cuisines together to make new recipes. Not only they look appealing and taste great, I feel motivated to try new every time.

It is Mexico meet South and North India all together; now imagine the flavor and texture. It is simply outstanding. Make this dish and surprise the idli out if your guests!

Watch the recipe video below:-

40. Khasta Paneer

Serving same snack dish over and over again can be boring and at one time the taste of the dish goes bland. Thank me later as I have plenty of new snack recipes that will make you the lifeline of every party!

Here is a crispy crunchy recipe for Khasta paneer hat oozes out the spicy schezwan sauce. It makes for an incredible snack course and you should definitely try it.

Watch the recipe video below:-

41. Stuffed Farsi Puri

These ‘crispy’ Puris are a must have when you plan your festival feast. It is delicious, melt in mouth deep-fried Indian bread.

Here is an exclusive recipe with a filling for you to woo your guests. Serve Stuffed Farsi Puri with pickles, or with a favorite cuppa of a brew.

Watch the recipe video below:-

42. Falafel

Another famous snack dish that I took from International cuisines is the very exotic middle-eastern delicacy-Falafel. Round fuzzy patty made from ground chickpeas or fava beanball and blended with veggies and spices.

Psst, here is the recipe that is easy, instant and appetizing. Serve them with Tahini or Humus sauce and dips.

Watch the recipe video below:-

43. Instant Burger Without Patty

You must have heard of 2-minute Maggi but have you heard about 5-minute instant Burger? I guess you haven’t!

So here is a recipe for every unexpected guest or demanding kids that can make a burger in a flash. The No-patty-ready-in-a-flash Burger tastes as good and is absolutely relishing. Try it now.

Watch the recipe video below:-

44. Mexican Salsa Sauce

Salsa is one of the various sauces representatives of Mexican cuisine, also known as salsa fresca, hot salsa or salsa picante.

Make this tangy Mexican Dip for all your dry snacks and enhance the flavors of the festivities. Explore the recipe here and make an awesomesauce salsa fresca and enjoy!

Watch the recipe video below:-

45. Maggi Pakoda

Pakora and Maggi have been our go-to snacks when it comes to sudden hunger pangs or midnight cravings. They are an inseparable part of lives.

Here is a unique recipe that combines both favorites and is called Maggi Pakora.

With the taste of Maggi intact comes a coating of deep fried crispy besan batter. Serve with sauces and dips of your choice and dig in!

Watch the recipe video below:-

46. Tandoori Tawa Paneer Bread Pizza

This Diwali make your kids and their friend dishes that they enjoy wrapped with love and care. Kids like things that not only taste good but also look good.

Here is a recipe for quirky and delicious Tandoori Paneer Bread Pizza, that will excite your kids and make them gobble down small pizzas in a flash.

Watch the recipe video below:-

47. Basket Pizza

Basket pizzas are small bite size nibbles that look extraordinary. It is much easy and you will be surprised that it tastes equally fabulous!

Loaded with tomato, capsicum, corn, cheese and etc this makes for a great snack at any time of the day.

Watch the recipe video below:-

48. Peri-Peri Paneer Toast

By this time everyone is aware of Peri-Peri and if not, what in world are you doing? Peri-Peri spice mix is my favorite too as it enhances the flavors of a dish to multifold.

My recipe here is called Peri-Peri Paneer Toast (sounds drool worthy isn’t it?). Serve this as a breakfast dish to kick out the Monday blues, or bright en up your tea time.

Watch the recipe video below:-

49. Crunchy Paneer Pakora

Like potato, paneer too is the king of Indian cuisine. One can make sabji, paranthas, Puris, and starter dishes as well.

Oh how can I forget the Pakora, Paneer Pakora are a hit in parties, get-together, and marriages. Here is incredible recipe to make crunchy Paneer Pakoras. Bite into crispy layer and then experience the flavors that make a way to your heart!

Watch the recipe video below:-

50. Chinese Veg. Spring Roll

One of the most preferred starter-courses by all age groups, and a summer favorite street snack is the Chinese Spring Roll! It can be prepared with numerous filling and is extremely healthy at the same time.

You can be sure that most of your guests will be back to load their plates for a second – or even third – helpings. Here is an excellent recipe.

Watch the recipe video below:-

51. Cheese Potato Rosti

Go global and try out some international cuisines during the festivities. I have dish that is straight from the kitchen of Switzerland!

Cheese Potato Rosti combines the wholesome goodness of lots of vegetables disguised by the ever cool ingredients- potato and Cheese, which will warn you a huge YES from your Kid guests as well. Everybody will be a fan of this dish, east to make and is mess-free.

Watch the recipe video below:-

52. Shakarpara

Shakarpara is a popular Indian snack prepared during festivities and wedding functions. They are bite-sized mildly sweetened, are crusty outside and soft inside.

Shakarpara or Shankarpali is perfect for binge eating and simply amps up the fitness quotient! Since you are making it at home it gives you the freedom to keep an eye on the quality of ingredients.

If you have guests coming over and you want to serve them something made with love instead of some namkeen or other snacks, then you can prepare this quick crunchy-munchy snack delight.

Watch the recipe video below:-

53. Pizza Mathri

Festivities are what brings together families and friends to spend quality time together. Eat delicious food over the never-ending conversation.

To keep conversations going snacks are of utmost importance, and to meet the requirement of unique & tasty bites and snacks Pizza mathri is exactly what will keep all the kids and adults happy and full.

True to flavors, pizza mathri is extremely delicious and do make tons of these because these will vanish in the blink of an eye.

Watch the recipe video below:-

54. Rose Petal Kaju Katli

Let me give you four reasons why you should make Rose Kaju Katli at home.

  • It’s healthy, of course!
  • Calories as per your liking!
  • Fresh ingredients
  • ROSE Flavour, what more do you want.

This Diwali, do try making sweets at home and also gift them to your loved ones.

Watch the recipe video below:-

55. Sukhadi

Sometimes the simplest of ingredients make a great sweet dish!

Sukhadi, Gur or Gol Papdi is one such sweet dish that is prepared from jaggery, wheat flour, and ghee, available in all Indian kitchen at any time.

It is very quick to make sweet and tastes extremely and is an authentic dessert from the heart of Gujarat!

Watch the recipe video below:-

56. Palak Vada

Lightings, laughter, family, friends and scrumptious FOOD! These are the prerequisites for any great get together.

I bring you one such great snack option that is delicious, healthy and is green. Palak Vada is a wholesome twist to normal vada that we usually make at home. Serve it with coconut or green chutney and enjoy a great evening!

Watch the recipe video below:-

57. Peanut Ladoo

Who doesn’t love a minimum ingredients recipes? I guess we all do. Easy to make, easily available ingredients and simply delightful.

Peanut ladoo is one such recipe that requires, peanuts, jaggery, and ghee! You will be surprised by how simple yet how great these tastes. Try for yourself.

Watch the recipe video below:-

58. Methi Pakora

We love pakora and we can’t shy away from the fact that we can gulp them down in seconds and how dearly they compliment all the seasons!

Here is a recipe for methi pakora, which you would fee guilty by even you have a few extra! Have a never-ending gup-shup over a plate of these bite-sized divine methi pakoras!

Watch the recipe video below:-

59. Crispy Matar

Healthy snacking can help you you are becoming ravenously hungry. However, one should avoid processed, high-sugar snacks that will make you hungrier in an hour or two later.

Confused? Well, I have just the recipe and it is Crispy Matar. Coated with light spices and flour, they are tasty and you can go on a guilt-free eating spree. Store and consume for week or two.

Watch the recipe video below:-

60. Lilva Bread Roll

Winters will arrive soon so isn’t it nice to have recipes that are best suited to this season.

Lilva (know as green pigeon peas) Bread Roll is a delicious snack with a flak crisp golden crust and soft, spiced and tangy filling.

Ever heard of winter blues? No, and this recipe is the exact reason why!

Watch the recipe video below:-

61. Corn Peas Seekh Kebab

Mouth-watering Peas and corn seekh kebabs are truly a tongue-thriller!

They are one of a kind, excellent starter recipe that is healthy, mess-free and is ideal for any kind of part and is less time-consuming. Do try this recipe and amaze your guests see them licking their fingers.

Watch the recipe video below:-

62. Chinese Pakora

If you are a Mumbaiya you must have tried its one of the most famous street food call Chinese Pakora.

And if you have never, here is an exciting recipe that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you asking for more. A fusion recipe that will be hit at any party!

Watch the recipe video below:-

63. Oats Chivda

An individual’s tea or coffee time is the best time. You get to relax and keep your mind off from the chaos of life.

And to make this time more indulging, I have the right complimentary snack recipe and it is the very wholesome Oats Chivda.

It has the goodness of dry fruits and power-packed sunflower and flax seeds!

Watch the recipe video below:-

64. Instant Khakhra Chivda

Don’t we love khakhra and chivda, both high in fiber and healthy snacks. Ever thought of combining both of these?

Khakhra pieces and chivda are tossed together with mild spices peanuts and other crunchy ingredients. It has an amazing flavor and is a great tea snack! It is also a fulfilling snack to beat sudden hunger pangs.

Watch the recipe video below:-

65. Methi Mathri

It is so important and exciting to cook the delicacies that are famous all over India!

One such famous snack from the north is Methi Mathri.

Camouflaging green leafy vegetables in these kinds of snacks can be a great treat for kids as well.

Methi Mathri is crispy, flaky and a perfect snack to munch on.

Watch the recipe video below:-

66. Dahi Ke Kebab

Dahi kebabs, also known as dahi ke kebab are hot vegetarian kebabs consumed in North India. The dish is prepared with hung curd, paneer, rice flour, and basic spice powders.

They are divine starters because of melodious melt-in-mouth interior and crispy exterior. Rich in flavor and texture, dahi kebabs are great to make on special occasions, it will simply astound your guests.

Watch the recipe video below:-

67. 5 Flavour Lassi

A large, cold, thick and luscious glass of lassi can satiate your taste buds and can vanquish your hunger in instant. Lassi is a traditional North Indian cooler, made with a yogurt base and aromatic spices.

Here is a recipe for lassi in 5 different flavors, you can make all the flavors and serve it your guests!

Watch the recipe video below:-

68. Crispy Potato Balls

Who doesn’t relish a plate full of potato snacks! Be it french fries, or potato wedges they are drool-worthy!

Crispy Potato balls are crunchy from the outside and are soft and it simply melts in the mouth.

It is a very good option for any kids’ parties or family get-together. Serve with rich dips and you are good to go.

Watch the recipe video below:-

69. Vermicelli Kheer

Indian desserts are not only divine tasty but are simple to make. Nothing can beat a bowl of Vermicelli Kheer after a soul full of the main course.

Vermicelli Kheer is one of the easiest kheer recipes that can be prepared easily by beginners as well.

Occasion or not you can prepare this sweet dish whenever your sweet-tooth tingles.

Watch the recipe video below:-

70. Makkai Ki Khees

Here is another recipe from a city that is situated in the heart of India and it is called Makkai ki Khees or Bhutte ki Khees, famous street food available in Indore

It is a pleasing, simple and quick recipe and it is simply corn prepared with seasonings and stewed in milk which gives it an unusual yet pleasant taste.

Watch the recipe video below:-

71. Makkai ka Halwa

A warm bowl of halwa is the solution to all problems! I have a unique halwa recipe for you made with grated sweet corn, milk, sweetened with sugar and cardamom lends a great aroma and the dry fruits enhance the taste further.

This halwa will appeal to both young and grown-ups. Serve it up in your next party and watch the compliments pour in.

Watch the recipe video below:-

72. Kurkuri Bhindi

If you’ve never relished fried okra a.k.a Kurkuri Bhindi, then you’re seriously missing out!

It is a classic Northern treat and this is the best way to enjoy this seasonal veggie, and even your kids won’t say no to this recipe!

A simple yet fantastic recipe that can be eaten by itself or with Paratha, chapati or Puri.

Watch the recipe video below:-

73. Onion Rings

If you are bored with making similar snacks every day or are looking for a cool snack option for a get together with friends, Onion Rings is the one snack that you should try.

These golden rings have a perfect crunchy exterior, eat one and you won’t be able to stop yourself from having more!

Watch the recipe video below:-

74. Tomato Bhajiya

It is time to ditch the regular onion and potato fritters and indulge in the most famous street food from the lanes of Surat. Tomato Bhajiya is one of the most unique fritter combinations.

It tastes tangy and is flavor packed from the chutney used. Do try this recipe at your next party!

Watch the recipe video below:-

74. Sweet Corn Cutlet

Sweet Corn Cutlets are a mouthwatering starter dish that can be served at a party or even as an evening snack. These sweet corn cutlets are crispy outside and simply melt on your palate.

This is one of those snacks you can serve without any sauce or chutney and they still taste delightful.

Watch the recipe video below:-

75. Assorted Pakora

Assorted Pakora is a plate of heaven in your hand! This platter includes Mirch pakora, paneer pakora, onion,potato, and capsicum. Some of these unusual combinations will blow your mind!

Give a treat to yourself and make Assorted Pakora and enjoy with homemade green chutney or ketchup!

Watch the recipe video below:-

76. Rajasthan Mirchi Vada

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada is commonly known as Jodhpuri Mirchi vada and is popular street food from the streets of Rajasthan.

Big Green chili peppers are packed with flavorful aloo masala and batter-fried are served with spicy homemade green chutney and fresh tamarind chutney.

It is lip-smacking good and two of them easily fill up your stomach but not your heart!

Watch the recipe video below:-

77. Dry fruit Milkshake

his Diwali serves your guests DryFruit Milkshake instead of bland cold-drinks or tea and coffee. Give your guests the royal treatment by serving them this ultimate, luscious and healthy Dry Fruit milkshake.

It is loaded with nutrients and calcium and everything nice it has smooth and creamy texture and it also gives an instant boost of energy!

Watch the recipe video below:-

78. Rice Pakora

Rice Pakora is a perfect recipe to put together for a bite when you have surprise guests at home. The chief ingredient for this recipe is cooked rice. These cooked rice is combined with veggies and spices and is deep-fried.

The rice pakoras come out very crispy and are an excellent way to make utilize leftover rice.

Watch the recipe video below:-

79. Bajri Ka Vada

Bajra or Bajri Methi Na Vada Recipe is a popular Gujarati snack recipe. It is made from bajra also called pearl millet flour, fenugreek, and coriander leaves and few aromatic spices.

These Crispy vada recipe is an ideal monsoon recipe and can be served as an evening bite with green chutney and masala chai.

Watch the recipe video below:-

Each recipe mentioned above has a unique flavor and will be thoroughly relished by people of all age group. Serve Mithai that is home made and authentic. I have covered –drinks, starters and even some main course dishes for you so you don’t have look anywhere else for your Diwali Spread. May your Diwali be as awesome as the dishes above. Enjoy each moment of festivity with your folks.

Happy Diwali!

Happy Cooking!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *