Collection of best Indian Diwali or Deepavali snacks 2018 like poha cutlet, poha chivda, cornflakes chivda, crispy potato fingers, masala kaju, spicy bhel, aloo masala puri, bread samosa, instant dhokla, masala papad etc.
Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights. It is particularly associated with Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity, and marks the beginning of the financial year in India. This festival also signifies the victory of light over darkness. Diwali is one of the most popular, biggest and brightest Indian festivals, and this is the vacation time too.
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These are our best, quick, fuss-free and easy Diwali recipes are that are sure to make you a star this season of festivities:
-a lip-smacking finger food prepared mainly from boiled potatoes, semolina, and yogurt. it is an ideal deep fried party starter which can be prepared within minutes without much hassle.
Aloo masala puri is a breakfast with the twist to our regular poori(puri), by adding the spice powders and boiled potato and making it special.
suji rava idli is a quick and simple tea-time snack that is low in fat, this is a perfect option for health-conscious people.
Sukha bhel / dry bhel is another lip-smacking street food, very convenient way to have the bhel in a non-messy way as it is dry and has all the taste, a tang of the regular spicy bhel.
Masala kaju is a type of namakpara a popular Indian Tea time snack and also made during the festival.
Masala Papad is a delicious snack which can be made in no time and is liked by everyone. Masala Papad and he has kind of gained a mastery over making it within minutes.
Bread Pizza is a quick alternative for people who don’t have time to prepare the pizza dough. Everyone loves an instant bread pizza recipe.
Bread Samosa Recipe is a super crispy, tasty and very delicious mini version of the classic samosa made using bread slices as the outer covering instead of plain flour.
Matar chole chaat is one of the popular street food of north India, especially in Delhi and Amritsar. Learn how to make a tangy spicy matar chole chaat. They serve the matar in large brass pots.