5 Indian Dishes for Diwali Eve to Make any Foodie Happy
5 Indian Dishes for Diwali Eve to Make any Foodie Happy

Is your Belt getting tighter too as food and sweets make their way to Diwali? Because same! Well, with its comeback every year, Diwali brings in tasty delicacies along with Diwali gifts. Diwali is indeed one of the favorite festivals of Indians and especially for the foodies, kudos to all the mind-boggling food. Though we admit or not, Indian festivals are more about food and sweets. Whatever your favorite part about Diwali might me, you simply cannot ignore the tasty food that every Indian house is prepped with. There is so much to eat, and one simply cannot get bored of the infinite different recipes that are available. If you have already started dreaming about food, Have a look at these tasty yet simple Indian recipes that will satisfy the taste buds of any foodie.

Chakli

Let’s start with a dish that will leave your mouth wanting for water and some more chakli at the same time. Yes, the spices of this dish will charge up your taste buds, leaving you all confused. It is a deep-fried orange crunchy snack that is loaded with spices like cumin, red chili, sesame seeds, turmeric, and carom. It can be easily prepared at home.

Onion Kachauri

Here comes another famous snack in north India. For those of you who don’t know what this snack is, Kachauri is a spicy filling stuffed in a deep-fried crispy crust. Yes, we Indians love fried. This snack is also easy to prepare at home. If you are someone who doesn’t even have a clue that in which part of the house lies the kitchen, worry not. You will easily find this snack in the market. If you are lucky enough to find, then definitely try Jaipuri onion kachauri.

Dal Batti

Many of you might not have heard of this dish, but it is a must-try. This dish consists of whole wheat Battis that are dipped in ghee and are accompanied by scrumptious Panchmeldal. If you want to taste something crisp and soft simultaneously, then this is the best combination that you can try. So, don’t forget to add this recipe to your Diwali eve menu.

Gajar Ka Halwa

One is simply lying if they claim that they don’t like Gajjar ka halwa because this treat is universal love. Let’s end the party (and the list) with some Diwali sweets. Made with carrots, sugar, dry fruits and lots of love, this treat will be the perfect closure to your Diwali party.

When your taste buds will be fully active with all those spices, munch on something sweet to soothe them. Do you also smell this warm Indian dessert already?  If yes, then you are truly a food lover.

I hope you like the recipes that will make your Diwali eve a happy one.  So next time you are on a shopping spree, and looking for Diwali gifts for friends and family, don’t forget to give these recipes a try. Oh, and happy Diwali!