Diwali Recipes | Deepavali Sweets and Snacks recipes

Diwali Recipes celebration

எனது வாசகர்கள் அனைவருக்கும் வாழ்த்துக்கள் மிகவும் மகிழ்ச்சியான, வளமான மற்றும் பாதுகாப்பான தீபாவளி வாழ்த்துக்கள். இந்த ஆண்டு தீபாவளி 2021 நவம்பர் 4 ஆம் தேதி கொண்டாடப்படும். இந்திய இந்து சமூகத்தில் அதிக முக்கியத்துவம் வாய்ந்த பண்டிகைகளில் தீபாவளி ஒன்றாகும். இந்து மதத்தின் மிகவும் பிரபலமான பண்டிகைகளில் ஒன்றான தீபாவளி ஆன்மீக “இருளின் மீது ஒளியின் வெற்றி, தீமைக்கு மேலானது, அறியாமைக்கு மேலான அறிவு” ஆகியவற்றைக் குறிக்கிறது. இந்த நாளில் அன்பு, சுகாதாரம், செழிப்பு மற்றும் செல்வத்தின் தாயான லட்சுமி தேவி மிகவும் பக்தியுடனும் ஆடம்பரத்துடனும் வணங்கப்படுகிறார் . மேலும் , ராமர் ராவணனை தோற்கடித்து தனது இராச்சியமான அயோத்தியிற்கு திரும்பிய நாள் கொண்டாட்டம்.

இப்பகுதி மற்றும் பழக்கவழக்கங்களின் அடிப்படையில் இந்தியா முழுவதும் தீபாவளி 3 முதல் 5 நாட்கள் கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது. தீபாவளியின்போது மக்கள் தங்கள் வீட்டை சுத்தம் செய்து அலங்கரிக்கின்றனர், குறிப்பாக மாலை பெண்கள் தங்கள் வீட்டை ரங்கோலியால் அலங்கரித்து, தங்கள் வீட்டில் விளக்கு ஏற்றி வைப்பார்கள். மக்கள் புதிய ஆடைகளை வாங்குகிறார்கள், தங்கள் அன்புக்குரியவர்களுக்கு பரிசு வழங்குகிறார்கள், சிறப்பு தீபாவளி இனிப்புகள் மற்றும் தின்பண்டங்களைத் தயாரித்து தங்கள் குடும்பத்தினருடனும் நண்பர்களுடனும் பகிர்ந்து கொள்கிறார்கள். மக்கள் பட்டாசுகளையும் வாங்குகிறார்கள், குழந்தைகள் பட்டாசு வெடித்தும் புத்தாடை அணிந்தும் மகிழ்ச்சியாக இருப்பார்கள். கொண்டாட்டங்களில் தியா மற்றும் லைட்டிங், வீட்டு அலங்காரம், ஷாப்பிங், பட்டாசு, பூஜை (வழிபாட்டு விழாக்கள்), பரிசுகள், மத சடங்குகள், விருந்து மற்றும் இனிப்புகள் ஆகியவை அடங்கும்.

Wishing all my readers A very happy, prosperous and safe Diwali. This year Deepavali or Diwali will be celebrated on 4th November 2021. Diwali is one of the festivals that holds lot of prominence in the Indian Hindu Community.  One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Goddess Lakshmi, the mother of love, health, prosperity and wealth is worshipped with much devotion and grandeur on this day.  Furthermore in some regions, a celebration of the day Lord Rama returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after defeating the demon-king Ravana.

Diwali is celebrated for 3 to 5 days throughout India based on the region and customs. During Diwali people clean and decorate their house, especially in the evening women decorate their house with rangoli and lit lamp or diyas at their home. People buy new clothes, gifts their loved ones, prepare special Diwali sweets and snacks and share with their family and friends. People also buy crackers and kids enjoy burning crackers. Celebrations include Diya and lighting, home decoration, shopping, fireworks, puja (worship ceremonies), gifts, performing religious rituals, feast and sweets.

Talking about the food, there are many items which are specially prepared for Diwali. The festival of Diwali is incomplete without sweets, but except them, there exists a diversity of snacks which are traditionally prepared during this festive season.

Diwali sweets recipes include popular bengali sweets like kalakand, rasgulla, rasmalai, chum chum, sandesh, chocolate sandesh. All time favorites like gulab jamun, peda, burfi varieties, kaju katli, halwa varities, kesari varieties, kheer or payasam recipes.

In Tamil Nadu people mainly prepare Adhirasam, murukku varieties, Oma podi, Ribbon muruku, mixture.

Here is a special list for the non vegetarians to try and enjoy this Diwali with your family and friends. As we are hard core non vegetarians, it is a must to prepare non veg recipes on the day of Diwali. There are many different varieties of non veg breakfast one of the important are idly karikuzhambu, idly naatu kozhi kuzhambu, idiyappam paaya, kari dosa etc. People mostly on Diwali enjoy having mutton recipes. In the below link there is a list of non vegetarian food items to try this DIwali.

http://cookingmypassion.com/diwali-non-veg-recipe-diwali-special-non-veg-recipes-breakfast-lunch

Diwali recipes #Diwali #adhirasam #sweet #traditionalsweet Diwali Adhirasam recipe in Tamil #Adhirasam #Diwali #Diwalisweets #sweets Adhirasam (Tamil: அதிரசம்) or Kajjaya in Kannada or Ariselu in Telugu or Anarsa in Marathi or arisa pitha in Odia is a type of Indian sweet from Tamil cuisine, Kannada cuisine, Telugu cuisine and Marathi cuisine and Odia cusine. The doughnut-like pastry has a long history of popularity in Kannada, Telugu, Maharashtra, Orissa and Tamil civilization. They are similar in shape to vadai, but are not savoury and are eaten as a dessert. #Adhirasam,அதிரசம், #Kajjaya,#Ariselu, #Anarsa,#arisapitha, गुड़ के अनरसे ,Gur Anarsa.

Murukku
Murukku, which is a popular South Indian snack, is made with the goodness of rice flour. It is commonly known as ‘chakli’ in Northern regions of India. You can easily make this recipe at home with simple ingredients and minimum efforts. This snack has a good shelf life and it can be stored for about 3-4 months. So, People make this a previous week on Diwali to share with their friends and relatives.

3 types of Arisi muruku

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Gulab Jamun
Time to feature the first sweet on this list, which is obviously gulab jamun! You just can’t imagine celebrating Diwali without having these delicious khoya balls dipped in thick sugar syrup. The rich texture and yummy taste of this sweet dish can instantly impress everyone! You have ready mix at the store to make instant gulab jamun at any time. We usually make this the previous day.

Besan Ladoo or Besan ke Laddu is a popular Indian sweet made from gram flour, powdered sugar and clarified butter (ghee). This can be made easily at home and store for 2-3 days in air tight box. It tastes delicious as the besan is sauted in ghee and made with ghee.

Kaju Pista roll

Kara sev – a popular Indian snacks

Sev is a popular Indian snack food consisting of small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste, which are seasoned with turmeric, cayenne, and ajwain before being deep-fried in oil.

Traditional Tirunelveli Halwa – Prepared with wheat milk

Tirunelveli Halwa is a South Tamil Nadu dessert made from milk extracted from wheat berries. This homemade version is authentic and melts in your mouth.

Ghee rava ladoo

Rava laddu is a festive sweet of delicious balls made with semolina (cream of wheat), sugar, ghee (clarified butter), nuts and flavored with ground cardamom. It is a very popular Indian sweet made during festivals like Diwali, Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi etc.. Rava laddoo is easy to make and can distributed to family and friends.

Mottichoor ladoo recipe in Tamil | Diwali special sweet recipe motichur laddu recipe | Deepavalli

Motichur laddu are soft, delish melt in the mouth ladoo made mainly with gram flour, sugar, and other dry nuts like cashews and pistachios. The gram flour batter is fried to make tiny balls or boondi and mixed with sugar syrup, nuts or seeds and later shaped to neat round balls. Motichoor ladoo is a popular sweet from the North Indian cuisine and often made during festivals or celebrations like Diwali and other family occassions. Mottichoor laddo is orange in color with tiny boondi.

mottichoor ladoo

Chandrakala and Suryakala sweet recipe | Diwali sweet recipes

Suryakala chandrakala recipe is very famous and very rich Indian sweets found in sweet stalls but we can make it at home too. Chandrakala sweet, suryakala sweet both are Indian Diwali sweets prepared with maida and khoya as main ingredients. These are prepared during Deepavali festivals or on special occasions at home. Quite a rich sweet as we stuff with kova and drynuts mixture and a syrupy outer layer, perfect for celebrations and festivals. South Indian sweet stalls sure have this sweet.  And also the difficult part for me was the folding method of the sweet. But by practise I can make a super perfect foldings of the sweet. The beauty of the sweet is the foldings and then the taste of the sweet. Though the preparation of this sweet is little bit lenghty process but the sweets tastes so delicious.

Masala Peanuts
Back to the savoury snacks, masala peanuts are a crunchy little piece of happiness!  So, if you want to munch onto something which is absolutely delightful then, you must try this recipe! Find the recipe on our site and make it for yourself and your dear ones! Easy to make take less time and can be stored for 3-4 days.

Gajar Ka Halwa
Who doesn’t love gajar ka halwa? Aren’t you one of those who craves for this dessert from the beginning of autumn till the end of winter? If yes then why wait? Try this mouth-watering delicacy with your friends and family during this festive period!

Rasgulla
Rasgulla is a very popular Bengali dessert recipe which is loved by everyone! From north to south and east to west, it is something without which special events cannot be celebrated! Yes, that’s right! Not just Bengalis love having rasgullas to celebrate any happy event but everyone in India likes these soft chenna balls soaked in thick sugar syrup!

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Hello Friends, I am Poornima Senthil Kumar an IT professional and mother of 2 little angels. My passion for cooking is endless and this blog and Cookingmypassion youtube channel is my dream. I post day to day recipes and also some famous and interesting recipes in my blog and my channel. I love to shoot food preparations videos and also love to capture an eye-catching and mouth-watering pics of my recipes. Me and my husband both love to cook new and innovative recipes. And I am blessed to get my hubby as a supportive and acting partner in our cooking videos. We both love cooking and tasting food as much as we love each other lol... Cooking healthy food, eating happily and staying active without any illness till the last breath is the way of my life. And I would be very happy to know my friends are too happy and healthy with my recipes. No rules, Don't be afraid to do whatever you want. Cooking doesn't have to have rules. I don't like it that way. - Masaharu Morimoto Thank you.

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