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Diwali Recipes

 Published 2012-Oct-25   Updated 2017-Oct-14
(Deepawali Festival Recipes)

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Diwali (Deepawali) is also called as the Festival of Lights. The word deepawali itself means row of lights. It is one of the important festival celebrated by Hindus and Jains. There are many traditional practices done during Diwali that include lighting of diyas, bursting of firecrackers, wearing new clothes, sharing sweets and savories with friends etc. The preparation for Diwali usually starts days before with cleaning the lamps, preparing sweets etc. Each year I see my friends breaking their head about what sweets to make for Diwali. To make life easier, here is a list of 50+ quick and easy recipes that you can make for Diwali.

Diwali Lehyam Diwali Lehyam Murukku Murukku Coconut Burfi Coconut Burfi Gulab Jamun Gulab Jamun
Peda Peda Mixture Mixture Mysore Pak Mysore Pak Masala Cashew Masala Cashew
Chivda Chivda Jalebi Jalebi Thattai Thattai Boli (Puran Poli) Boli (Puran Poli)
Ribbon Pakoda Ribbon Pakoda Kaju Katli Kaju Katli Peanut Chikki Peanut Chikki Saat Vadi Saat Vadi
Sukhiyan Sukhiyan Rose Cookies Rose Cookies Microwave Mysore Pak Microwave Mysore Pak Pooran Poli Pooran Poli
Dry Gulab Jamun Dry Gulab Jamun Thaen Mittai Thaen Mittai Sweet Diamond CutsSweet Diamond Cuts Karanji Karanji
Anarse Anarse      

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Wonderful collection. Diwali wishes to you and your family.
Thanks for sharing. .
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Thank You. Happy Diwali to you too.

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