One of the most important rituals of Diwali is making sweets and snacks from the scratch. It is a great way of getting family members together and spending quality time with them, which is of utmost importance. In other words, it is a tradition that should be kept alive. Although Diwali foods differ region from region, the snacks and meals eaten throughout the festival most notably feature fried and sweet dishes. Preparations for the celebration begin up to three weeks in advance as family members begin gathering the ingredients to make the delicious, sticky sweet snacks eaten throughout the festival.
1) Kaju Katli – made with powdered Cashew nuts, unsalted butter and khoya (mawa).
3) Gulab Jamun – milk-based round balls deep-fried and soaked in sugar syrup
4) Puran Poli – sweet flatbread stuffed with Chana Dal, Cardamom and Sugar
Way too sweet? Well, there’s nothing like too much sweetness. But, let’s jump onto the snacks now! Let’s focus on the second-most famous Traditional Diwali Food- Snacks
1) The famous Vada Pav – deep-fried round balls filled with potatoes and masala served with Indian buns
2) Samosa – triangular turnovers stuffed with mashed potatoes and spices
3) Onion Bhajiye / Pakoras – deep-fried onions in a batter of gram flour and spices
4) Spicy Peanuts – peanuts roasted / fried with spices
And the list goes on…
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Happy & a prospoerous Diwali to you and your family!