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Top 10 Indian Recipes For Diwali Festival

Indian celebrations are incomplete without sweets. These desserts are every festival’s highlights. They add colours to the festive spirit. Diwali is close by and preparation for celebrations have started. Rangolis are a part of the celebrations and they are present at the entrance of every home. A dessert table is full of Diwali sweets. In this article, we bring to you simple Diwali recipes from around the world.

In India, desserts prepared with rice like Kheer and Besan Laddoos prepared with gram flour are prepared. In this article, we give you a mix of regional, new and old sweets that will be loved by everyone.

This Diwali, we want you to celebrate with these dessert recipes.

  • Kaju Katli

     

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    These barfis are prepared with cashew nuts. Kaju katli is one of the most popular dessert of Deepawali. These home-made desserts are going to be perfect for Diwali.

  • Chocolate Gujiya

     

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    There is a change in the traditional gujiyas. These Chocolate Gujiyas are stuffed with chocolate chips.

  • Badam Barfi

     

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    You can make two desserts using same ingredients. It is filled with khoya, milk, almonds and poppy seeds.

  • Shahi Tukda

     

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    Shahi Tukda is a favourite recipe of Deepawali. It is very easy to prepare. It is made with slices of bread that are fried, decorated with nuts and soaked in milk.

  • Mohanthal

     

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    Mohanthal is a sweet that is widely prepared in Rajasthan and Gujarat. It looks like fudge and is prepared with gram flour.

  • Patishapta

     

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    This is a tasty sweet dish of Bengal. Patishapta is a pancake or crepe that is prepared with sooji, flour, milk and rice flour.

  • Mysore Pak

     

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    The origins of this Indian dessert are in Mysore palace. It is prepared by mixing gram flour, desi ghee and sugar.

  • Coconut Ladoos

     

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    This sweet recipe can be prepared for any festival. It can be prepared using dried coconut, milk and sugar.

  • Besan Ladoo

     

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    Besan Ladoo is prepared in all celebrations and festivals. These sweet balls are prepared with sugar, ghee, nuts and chickpea flour.

  • Boondi Ladoo

     

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    Boondi ladoo is a very precious prasad for the devotees. The taste and aroma of the ladoos is really the best.