Diwali

Diwali is a festival of light and joy, which is celebrated in all over India with enthusiasm. In this festival, people buy new clothes, make ranglois, light up the diyas, light up the fire crackers and make various types of sweets and snacks at home. Follow our diwali special recipes (with step by step photo) section to find various types of delicious snack and sweets recipes.

Chakli
Chakli, a spiral shaped crisp deep fried snack, is one of the traditional Indian snack item…
Gulab Jamun with Gits Ready Mix
Gulab Jamun can be prepared in many different ways. However, the easiest and quickest way to…
Gulab Jamun with Milk Powder
Gulab jamun doesn’t need any introduction! In its authentic preparation, mawa is the key ingredient but…
Nan Khatai
Nan khatai is an authentic Indian sweet and savory eggless cookie that can be easily prepared…
Almond Cookies
These simple, quick and easy to make, melt in mouth Eggless Almond Cookies (Badam Biscuits) are…
Chorafali
This melt in the mouth traditional Gujarati snack tastes like papad or chips and typically enjoyed…
Kaju Katli
It’s hard to image any Diwali go by without someone offering you a Kaju Katli; it’s…
Coconut Burfi (Nariyal Barfi)
Out of all the traditional Indian sweets, coconut burfi is the one easy to make at…
Meethe Chawal
It is a traditional Punjabi dessert prepared and enjoyed during festivals like Basant Panchami, Diwali, etc.,…
Paneer Pulao (Paneer Rice)
Rice is a staple food in many parts of India and there are many preparations that…