Diwali Snacks, Deepavali Sweets Recipes 2013

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Wishing you and your family a very very Happy Diwali. Joy is togetherness. Bring your family together by preparing these delicious snacks and sweets recipes at home this Deepavali!

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Yummy Banana Halwa Recipe – Simple Sweet made with ripe Bananas

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Kaju Katli | Kaju Katri | Cashew Burfi | Mundhiri Burfee | Kaju Burfee

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Creamy, Ghee-y, Yummy Carrot Halwa

Super HIT Mango Pie

Mango-Pie Recipe | Simple Easy Diwali Desserts and Sweets Recipes

 

Mattri | The Simplest, Easiest, Quickest Snack you can make this Diwali!

 

Spicy Masala Fried Chana dhal Snack recipe | Roasted split chickpeas | Nei Kadalai Recipe

Diwali Snacks recipes with Video | Roasted Chana dal (Kadla Parippu)

Other snacks which you can make for any evening tea-time!

Raw Banana Kola Urundai (Veggie Meatballs/Valaikai Kola Orundai) Recipe

Patra (Aloo Che Vadi) Recipe | Steamed fritters using Taro leaves

Pakoras with Split Chickpeas (Pakoda reicpe using Kadalai Paruppu)

Crispy Finger chips recipe | French fries with it’s secret

Vaazhaippo Vadai (Valaipoo Vada) Recipe | Banana Blossom Fritters

 

If you are looking for Special Non-Veg recipes to cook for Diwali, CLICK HERE

 

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