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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! Click image to check on Step-by-Step pictorial guide to make the recipe Yummy Banana Halwa Recipe – Simple Sweet made with ripe Bananas Kaju Katli | Kaju Katri | Cashew Burfi | Mundhiri Burfee | Kaju Burfee Creamy, Ghee-y, Yummy Carrot Halwa Super HIT Mango Pie Mattri | The Simplest, Easiest, Quickest Snack you can make this Diwali! Spicy Masala Fried Chana dhal Snack recipe | Roasted split chickpeas | Nei Kadalai Recipe 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… Continue reading »
To my dear fans: The behind the scenes stories will be written after Diwali holidays For now, watch this quick video for making Matris (Punjabi Salt Crackers) and stock them for this Diwali! For more sweets and snacks recipes to try for this Diwali, Click Here. Mangala from Cooking.Jingalala.Org Eat Well !
Fritters out of Banana blossom – Vaazhaipoo vadai Madurai, Gran’ ma’s home When my mom runs out of tomatoes or curry leaves in her kitchen, she used to send me downstairs to my grandma’s house to get some. Being a kid, I run down so fast and when I ask for them to my grandma, she will ask me to take it myself from the fridge. We had a nice gorgeous fridge painted in white. But when I open the fridge, there will be a weird smell and somehow I figured out that it came from a fat, bullet-like, maroon vegetable in the vegetable box. I never had idea what was that maroon thing, or what was inside it, but was sure that it’s a vegetable since it was in the fridge’s vegetable box. I did not bother to ask my grandma what was that vegetable but was hurry fleeing… Continue reading »