Indian festivals and sweets are spelt in the same breath. While there are many homemade sweet varieties, the ladoos have it’s special place. And among a verity of ladoos our houehold favourites is the narial ladoo. Hence our quick and simple recipe for how to make coconut ladoo is shared below….
Sweets are the highlight of any festival in India. Celebrations are practically incomplete without sweets in our country. We almost live by the phrase “Muh Mitha Ho Jayee”. Every auspicious occasion or any good news is celebrated with sweets.It is believed that sweets literally add sweetness to our life and hence they are a must on special occasions. Here is our list of top 5 quick and easy Diwali Sweets Recipes to compliment your Diwali celebrations this year….
Indian sweets and the diwali festival is practically incomplete without Kaju barfi or kaju katli. In north india we celebrate diwali by exchanging gifts and sweets with friends and relatives. The kaju katli is most sought after and exotic among all indian sweets and hence Diwali cooking is incomplete without one. No matter how difficult it may appear but kaju katli is absolutely do-able at home. All we need is a step by step recipe for how to make kaju katli, like the one given below….
The paneer they say is the vegetarian man’s chicken and quite rightly so. It won’t be an overstatement to call paneer recipes the king of indian vegetarian recipes. It is laden with protein and is an excellent ingredient that adapts itself to flavours, savoury and sweet alike. The Malai kofta too is nothing but paneer kofta. They have a soft, succulent, melt in mouth in texture, hence the name perhaps. To learn how to make malai kofta read the detailed recipe given below….
It wont be an overstatement if I say that gulab jamuns are India’s most love sweet. I mean one can’t miss gulab jamun while making a list of best indian sweets, for me infact it will top the list or be a close second to only mal puas. These beautiful little cheesy balls soaked in a syrup melts into your mouth and transports you to heaven. A good gulab jamun recipe is a must have for any kitchen, one because it is not difficult to learn how to make gulab jamun and second if you are planning for Diwali special sweets you cannot miss Gulab jamuns….
The Dahi Vadas or like the North Indians call it the Dahi Bhallas are indispensable during any special occasion. Be it Diwali , Dussherra or Holi any Indian festival is incomplete without these yogurt soaked soft lentil dumplings drizzled with roasted spices and sweet and hot chutney. A good Dahi vada recipe makes for an excellent appetiser or side. Making this absolutely scrumptious dish is not difficult either, to learn how to make Dahi Vada Recipe all one needs is a step by step recipe and life is sorted….
Festivals and food are synonymous wherever in the world we go. It is food that’s at the centre of any celebration, and that makes us really happy. In India festivals resonate with Sweets, we believe in adding sweetness to the lives with an array of our irresistible sweets. The ladoos take a special lead when it comes to festivities and besan ladoo is a household favourite. To learn how to make besan ladoo loaded with rich dry fruits and Gond read the recipe below. A few other festival favourites to try this Diwali are the Mal Puas or the Kaju Katli or Coconut Ladoo, or Gulab Jamuns or Orange & Coconut Barfi, the list just goes on , who can pick one….
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