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Diwali Special Sweet Recipes that are Famous World Wide.

When discussing the festival of Diwali, food is the first thing that comes in any foodie’s mind. Diwali is the five-day celebration and each day we have different mouthwatering sweet and savory foods. From snacks to sweets, Diwali is an occasion of all mouth-watering treats. That’s why Diwali is one of the most awaited festivals of the year.

Do you know? Diwali is not only celebrated in India, but It’s also celebrated in many other countries and the passion for Diwali festival is everywhere the same as India.

These are the countries where Diwali is celebrated just like India.

  • United Kingdom
  • USA
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Mauritius
  • Nepal
  • Malaysia
  • Indonesia
  • Thailand
  • Singapore
  • Fiji

We know Diwali is a festival of sweets and without sweets the occasion is incomplete. If you are confused about what to make, we pick out the ten most famous Diwali special recipes to help you decide what to treat your friends and family to this year. Follow this list and make your Diwali 2018 a memorable one.

  • Gulab Jamun

    Gulab Jamun
    Photo Courtesy: kitchen

    Anyone wouldn’t say no to Gulab Jamun. It’s an all season hit sweet recipe. Gulab Jamun is deep fried dumpling made from milk solid and soaked in sugar syrup. This Gulab Jamun recipe is famous wordwide.

  • Rasmalai

    Rasmalai
    Photo Courtesy: HungryForever

Rasmalai is a very sweet and delicious Indian sweet. The taste of it is as good as it sounds! Rasmalai originated from the Bengal region and is famous all over India. But it’s also a world famous sweet recipe. This sweet dish is perfect not only for Diwali but also perfect for other festivals.

  • Kheer

    Kheer
    Photo Courtesy: YouTube

Kheer is an Indian rice pudding dish. It’s one of the most loved festival dessert. The sweet, nutty and creamy texture of this dish makes it world famous festival dessert recipe.

  • Kaju Katli

    Kaju Katli
    Photo Courtest: SBS

Kaju katli is most loved Indian festival sweet recipe that comes in shape from diamond to square. Made from Cashew nut, condensed milk, and sugar, it’s a Diwali special recipe perfect for celebrating festival with friends.

  • Sandesh

    Sandesh
    Photo Courtesy: diamond

This is another mouth-melting festival sweet dish. Sandesh is one of the most famous sweet recipes of Bengali cuisine that is very easy to make. The unique flavor of nuts and saffron makes Sandesh a world-famous occasion sweet recipe.

  • Kesar Peda

    kesar peda
    Photo Courtesy: Sweets

Kesar Peda is traditional Diwali special sweet that is made from ghee, saffron and condensed milk.  It’s just perfect when you are out of time and want to make something delicious on festive occasion.

  • Rasgulla

    Rosogulla
    Photo Courtesy: sakalakhabar.com

Rasgulla is an Indian syrup dessert. It’s a Bengali sweet famous all over India as well as all over the world. This dessert dish is perfect for festivals.

  • Gajar ka Halwa

    Gajar ka halwa
    Photo Courtesy: The Cook Rocker

Gajar ka halwa or carrot halwa is a traditional Indian festival recipe. It is prepared from red fresh carrot, sugar, condensed milk, and dry fruit.

  • Shahi Tukda

    Shahi tukda
    Photo Courtesy: Youtube

Shahi Tukda is a rich, creamy – royal sweet dessert that is as good as it sounds!  It’s a traditional dish made from deep-fried bread slice soaked in sugar syrup topped up with rich cream. Shahi Tukda is a perfect dessert for any occasion.

  • Jalebi

    Jalebi
    Photo Courtesy: Vegan Richa

Jalebi is the most popular Indian sweet throughout the world. It’s made by deep frying the fermented batter and then dipping it in saffron flavored sugar syrup. This traditional Indian sweet is often enjoyed with chilled Rabri!