Diwali For You

5 Diwali savouries with a twist

Diwali apart from being the festival of lights is also a festival for feasting on delicious sweets and savouries. Family and friends come together to enjoy fireworks, gift one another and hog on loads of good food. Here are a few mouth-watering delights you can try this time around…

Baked Chakli

Chakli being a popular savoury in India, is a must-have snack for any festival. It is a salty spiral munch, with a tinge of zest. This particular recipe is baked and is something everyone would love. You can try out this simple recipe, without having to think twice about holiday weight.

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Spinach Cheese Ball

Diwali is when both elders and children enjoy a variety of dishes. Here we have a unique recipe which will balance out the goodness and please your taste buds. Spinach is something that not all children love as a snack, but when it comes to cheese, anyone would love a bite of that. A crispy layer on top with gooey cheese with a pinch of mixed herbs inside, is a definitely a snack no one can resist.

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Sukha Meva and Cornflakes Moodi

Everybody craves for street snacks during the festivals, especially when melas (fairs) are arranged or when you go out for a walk to enjoy the view of decorative lighting everywhere. This festival, try out this homemade chat to munch on in the evening with everyone. Make paper cones fill them and enjoy it with the fireworks on the roof.

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Indo Italian Cheese Samosas

Something different is never bad when it comes to samosa fillings. This stuffing is made with loads of veggies and with an Italian twist of cheese, olives, jalapenos, corn, oregano and mixed herbs. A cup of hot chai with friends and a plate full of snacks is a celebration on its own when it comes to festivals.

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Poha Bread Cutlet with Bhujia

Who doesn’t love a bread cutlet and the all-time favourite crunchy bhujia? Here we have an amazing savoury you can try which has the mix of both. Poha and bread make an amazing layer of crunch and the chatpata taste of the masala just makes it a delicious snack. It is an easy recipe for a perfect evening to enjoy the celebrations.

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Happy Diwali!

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