10 Easy Diwali Recipes That Everyone Loves

Diwali is around the corner and it is the time that we can feast fully. India, which is also called the land of festivals is incomplete without its special dishes that are prepared for the occasion. Diwali is close by, and everyone is preparing for the festivities. This festival season can be made more special by preparing delicious recipes at home. These easy and quick recipes for Diwali will surely make you a star of the festival.

  1. Coconut Laddoo

     

     

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    Coconut Laddoos are prepared with shredded coconut, jaggery, peanuts and ragi. These ladoos are healthy and delicious.

  2. Kaju Katli

     

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    Diwali is incomplete without Kaju Katli. Here’s an easy recipe for Diwali. This sweet is prepared with cashew nut and milk. It has a topping of silver leaf.

  3. Chakli

     

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    This crispy snack is prepared with rice flour. It is round in shape and is prepared in hot oil. This delicious snack is very important for the celebrations of Diwali.

  4. Daal Samosa

     

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    If you want to taste your favorite samosas, the Moong Dal samosas can be prepared within an hour. They are best served with chutney and fresh mint.

  5. Bhakarwadi

     

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    This is a very sweet and spicy snack of Diwali. Bhakarwadi is prepared with gram flour and is shaped in spiral form. It is stuffed with coconut, poppy seeds and sesame seeds.

  6. Malpua

     

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    Malpua is a pancake like dessert that is soaked in syrup before it is served. This version of the dish is prepared with khoya and paneer.

  7. Shahi Tukda

     

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    Shahi Tukda is prepared with a mixture of nuts and milk. This Awadhi delicacy is a hit throughout the year.

  8. Mohanthal

     

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    This fudge-like dessert is prepared with gram flour. It is prepared during Diwali in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan.

  9. Patishapta

     

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    This Bengali dessert is prepared using maida, rice flour and sooji. It is filled with coconut jaggery.

  10. Mysore Paak

     

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    This is an original recipe of Indian dessert called Mysore Pak. Its originated in the Mysore Palace. It is prepared with a mix of sugar, gram flour and desi ghee.

10 Special Navratri Recipes

This is the time of the year when goddess Durga is embellished with bangles, flowers, kumkum and jewelled clothes. In the morning, prayers are offered which are accompanied with synchronised bells. The space is filled with aroma of pure butter. Navratri, which is one of the biggest Hindu festival is celebrated throughout the country with great pomp and show. Different avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped for nine days. It is believed that Goddess Durga has nine incarnations. Each female deity means distinct power. Navratri means nine nights in which we worship Goddess Durga and fast is observed by most of the people. The festival is celebrated twice every year. Once, when the spring starts and at the start of autumn. During this period, most people don’t eat non-veg while many others don’t eat garlic and onion.

In most parts of North, western and central India, fast is observed on all nine days. Some people fast on first and last day of Navratri only. By fasting, we pay our gratitude to Goddess. It is unholy for Hindus to consume alcohol and non-vegetarian food. During the time of fasting, the people don’t eat meat, grains, onion, alcohol, garlic etc. According to Ayurveda, these food attract negative energies. They should be avoided if there is a seasonal change. Our bodies have low immunity at that time. We can use rock salt instead of regular salt. We can also use sendha namak as it is unprocessed and pure.

In this article, we have collected a list of fasting recipes. Let us discuss them one by one:-

  • Sabudana Khichdi
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    Sabudana is full of carbohydrates/starch. It gives a great boost to your energy while fasting. Its a light dish prepared with peanuts, sabudana and spices.
  • Kuttu Ka Dosa
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    This is a crisp dosa recipe that is prepared with kuttu ka atta with filling of potato. Here’s the recipe:
  • Singhare ke Atte ka Samosabig_247156_1420613059This is a favourite tea time snack which is prepared with fasting ingredients that include sendha namak, flour and spiced chironji.
  • Aloo ki Kadhi21-1445424144-aloo-kadhiThis is a light and lovely curry that is very soothing. It is prepared with versatile potatoes.
  • Makhana Kheer49-Makhana KheerDesserts are a great way to make you cheerful. This is a low fat makhana kheer. You can indulge in it without caring about your weight.
  • Banana Walnut Lassiwalnut-lassi-10-1491814020Lassi is a nourishing drink. Lassi is prepared with bananas, yogurt, walnuts and honey.
  • Arbi KoftaDSCN0822This is a perfect tea time snack that you can try during Navratris.
  • Keerai Vadaikeerai_vadai1Keerai vadai is very easy recipe. It is a very crispy snack that is prepared with spinach, urad dal and fresh coriander. Here’s the recipe
  • Besan Ladoobesan-ladoo-recipeBesan ladoo recipe is an easy and gluten free Indian sweet that is prepared with khoya, chickpea flour, nuts and ghee. Learn to make besan ladoo with this easy recipe.
  • Mawa Pedad262952b1ae8f4c942a54d5df0da1938This is a rich sweet prepared for festivals like navratri, holi and diwali. Learn to make mawa peda(khoya peda) with this simple recipe.

Modak Recipes for Ganesh Chaturthi

It is that time of the year when Lord Ganesha’s anniversary is celebrated. Ganesh Chaturthi will be starting on 25th August, 2017. It will end on 5th September, 2017. When you are planning to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, you need to prepare a lot of special dishes.

In this article, we have collected different recipes of Modak, which is a favorite dish of lord Ganesha.

  • Steamed ModakIMG_7259Steamed Modaks, which are also known as Ukadiche Modaks are prepared in steamer pans. These are the most popular modaks, prepared during Ganesh Chaturthi. These modaks are prepared using rice flour and maida(wheat flour). They are filled with jaggery and grated coconut. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/hjGmxo.
  • Fried ModakfriedmodakThis is another kind of modak, known as patholi. These are prepared with whole wheat flour. These modaks are fried either deep or shallow. They are filled with sweet and chewy coconut filling. Their outer covering is very crispy and crunchy. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/tF5t6q
  • Chocolate Modakchocolate-modak-recipe26Have you ever tried Chocolate modaks? The outer covering of this Modak can be covered with chocolate powder. The filling can be done with dry fruits and coconut. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/GpPpNY
  • Amrit Modakamrit-modakAmrit modaks are Pistachio stuffed modaks that are very flavorful. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/4AA6CK
  • Shrikhand ModakShrikhandModakThese are very easy to make and delicious. These modaks will be a perfect gift for Ganpati Bappa. Here’s the recipe: https://goo.gl/T8p8YL

Raksha Bandhan: Some Delicious Recipes

Any celebration is incomplete without good food. Food is something that we all enjoy and on an occasion like Raksha Bandhan, we can indulge in samosas and mithai, especially Ghevar. In this article, we have collected recipes for this special occasion.

  • Besan Ladoo: Besan Ladoo is a favourite recipe for celebrations like Raksha Bandhan. This recipe will surely make everyone drool. You just need ghee, sugar and besan.

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    Photo Courtesy: Indian Healthy Recipes

  • Chocolate Crunch Cake: Chocolate Crunch Cake, which is also known as Chocolate Biscuit Cake is easy to prepare. No baking is required to prepare this recipe. It is free of eggs and requires marshmallows to prepare. It also requires shortbread and prunes.

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  • Samosas: Everyone loves to consume hot samosas with tea. But too much oil is not good for your health. Baked samosas, which are prepared without deep frying can easily solve the problem.
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Photo Courtesy: Veg Recipes Of India

  • Pinni: Punjabi pinni can be prepared in many ways including flax seeds, dry fruits and wheat flour.

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  • Tandoori Chaat: A festival like Raksha Bandhan is incomplete without good food. Raksha Bandhan is incomplete without this amazing Tandoori Chaat recipe.

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    Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express

  • Kheer: This is a very traditional Indian/Pakistani dish. Everyone loves this rice pudding.

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  • Phirni: This is a very easy almond and saffron phirni recipe. It is very easy to make. You should refrigerate it and enjoy it in dinner.

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    Photo Courtesy: Veg Recipes of India

  • Hara Bhara Kebab: This recipe is perfect for those going to the gym. This dish can be prepared using chane ki daal, which contains high fibre and spinach, which is a super food filled with protein, minerals and iron.

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  • Kalakand: It is also known as Malai Burfi/Kalakand. This dish is perfect for those who don’t like their dessert to be too sweet.

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  • Chocolate Coffee Cake: This chocolate coffee cake is delicious and is very easy to prepare. Make this cake for your brother this Raksha Bandhan.

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    Photo Courtesy: Jeroxie

10 Iftar Party Recipes

In the month of Ramadan, the Muslims fast for full day. They break their fast in the evening with iftar. This meal needs to be special as it should be high in nutrition to balance the full day of fasting. Most iftar parties are a celebration. Families and friends gather around and have great time together. And that is why we have collected 10 recipes that you must try at home:-

  • Mutton Rezala 

     

    mutton-rezalaThis is one of the most popular recipes in Muslims. This dish is filled with mutton gravy soup and mutton. This is a very special Ramadan recipe.

  • Gosht Ki Dum Biryani 

    Dum BiryaniDum Biryani is one of the favourite main course recipe of iftar party. It is filled with layers of spice, curd and mutton.

  • Malabar Moplah Kozhi Ada 

    ITC Windsor - Moplah 03This is a perfect and traditional snack for teatime. These are filled with chicken, beef or mutton.

  • Mango Kesar Kulfi 

    Mango-Kesar-Pista-KulfiIftar meals are incomplete without desserts. The creamy mango kulfi combines taste of mangoes and pistachios.

  • Manglorean Chicken Ghee Roast 

    mangalore-chicken-ghee-roastIf you feel like eating delicious and spicy food, then Manglorean chicken ghee roast is best for you. It is a fiery red, tangy and spicy meat with many spices added to it.

  • Mini Samosas 

    mini_samosasMini samosas are a very important part of iftar meals. These are deep fried and golden brown in colour. You can have these with chutney to add to the flavour.

  • Kapitan Chicken Curry 

    Nyonya-Style-Chicken-Curry-Kapitan-Chicken-Curry-656x437This is a thicker, richer and drier version of chicken curry. It is perfect for Ramadan.

  • Hara Bhara Kebab 

    maxresdefaultThis is a traditional dish of Ramadan. This vegetarian dish is soft, tender and very delicious. This is a perfect evening snack and is prepared with gram dal and spinach. It is high in minerals, vitamins, iron and protein.

  • Haleem 

    haleem_625x350_71466578197Haleem is a popular dish of Ramadan. It is available in different tastes in various places during Ramadan. This dish is prepared using lentils, wheat and meat.

  • Chicken Shawarma 

    shawarma newThis is a very popular recipe of Middle East. The chicken is baked in yoghurt marinade. It is rolled in pita bread and best served with tahini.

8 Navratri Recipes That You Must Try

It is that part of the year in which goddess Durga idols are decorated with bangles, flowers, kumkum and jewelled attires. Prayers are offered in the morning along with temple bells. Pure butter delicacies fill the space with aroma. One of the biggest Hindu festival, Navratri is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout the country.

Different avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped during these days.Goddess Durga is believed to have 9 incarnations and each female diety has different power. “Navratri” signifies nine auspicious nights in which we worship Goddess Durga and fast is observed by most of the people. Navratri falls twice in a year, at the beginning of spring and at start of autumn. Most people don’t consume non-veg during Navratri and most people remove garlic and onion.

The fast is observed by most of the people of north, west and central India. Some may fast only in first and last day of festival.

By fasting, people show gratitude to Goddess. In Hinduism, traditionally alcohol and non-veg food are considered unholy but there are scientific reasons behind this as well. People avoid meat, alcohol, onion, garlic, grains etc. From the perspective of Ayurveda, these foods attract negative enrgies. They should be avoided during seasonal change as there is low immunity in the body.

The festival of Navratri, help you in maintaining a healthy diet. Ingredients like singhara, fresh vegetable, yogurt, milk and makhane are consumed during Navratris as tey are light on stomach and can be easily digested. Instead of using regular salt, sendha namak(rock salt) is used as it is unprocessed.

In this article, we have collected some of our favorite recipes of Navratri. Enjoy the recipes:-

  • Sabudana KhichdiSabudana-KhichdiSabudana is filled with carbohydrates which boosts the energy in your body. This is a light dish prepared with spices, peanuts and sabudana.
  • Kuttu Ka Dosa29-x25-kuttudosaMake something different this Navratri. This is a crisp dosa recipe that is made with kuttu ka atta and filling of potato.
  • Singhare ke Atte ka SamosaPhoto Courtesy: WelcomeNRIThis is a favourite snack for tea-time. It is made with ingredients like sendha namak, chestnut flour and spiced chironji filling. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2otF6tA
  • Aloo ki Kadhi24-kadhiThis is a light and lovely curry made with versatile potatoes. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2o0RDIp

  • Makhana Kheer49-Makhana KheerThis is a low-fat kheer made using nuts and makhana. You can indulge in it without worrying about your weight. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2obZnF2
  • Arbi Koftalauki-kofta6 Koftas are perfect for tea-time during Navratris. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2otnaiO
  • KebabsaSm3pvpjU1Make your fasting interesting by following the recipe of kebabs. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mLpe9t

  • Sonth Ki Chutneytamarind-chutney-saunth-chutney4This is perfect companion to bhajjis or pakoras. Enjoy with snacks that are vrat friendly. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2nbNuNl

Celebrate Holi 2017 With These Delicious Dishes

Colours connect the emotions of people. Colors are what make us happy and jovial. On the festival of Holi, people celebrate with foods, drinks and colors to spread happiness and celebrate the victory of good on evil. The festival of color is the most awaited and liked festival. We love this festival due to the colors we immerse ourself and the delicious dishes that are made on this occasion.

Most festivals of India have some ritual associated with them. Holi is celebrated with great fun and merrymaking and is filled with mouth-watering dishes. The food eaten on this day is appropriate for all occasions of the festival. People celebrate this festival by putting colors on each other. After this, they dine together to feast on special food of Holi. There are many traditional dishes that are prepared on Holi including sweets and snacks, Thandai and delicious snacks.

The recipes prepared for Holi are enjoyed with great enthusiasm by all the friends and family. We have collected some traditional recipes that are specially prepared for Holi festival.

  • Thandai

    Holi is incomplete without its traditional drink of Thandai. People enjoy this festival in the scorching sun and enjoy sweet sip of Thandai. This is a simple looking drink and is filled with milk, spices and dry fruits. Occasionally, bhaang is added to it for giving it an intoxicating effect. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mhVLRf

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  • Gujiya

    This is the most symbolic and special Holi recipe. It is prepared with the stuffing of nut stuffing and dried whole milk powder. It is mostly made in North India for the festival of Holi. In Lucknow, you will find around 10 varieties of Gujiya with different fillings. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mwh8QD

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  • Puran Poli

    Puran Poli is a sweet dish for special occasions like Holi. It is popular in states like Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat. Puran poli is a flattended bread which is sweet in taste and prepared with wheat flour and jaggery along with condiments and other spices. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2n9TkTQ

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  • Bhaang Ke Pakore

    Filled with bhang, these pakoras are a customary dish. It is an auspicious dish and is very tasty. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2nprLSR

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  • Malpua

    This is another sweet dish prepared in the festival of Holi. It is prepared with the syrup of sugar and flour. It is served with rabri. This sweet can be prepared in advance as it has a longer shelf life. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2n55Y3A

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  • Bhaang

    Although, many people consume alcohol on Holi, the traditional drink of Lassi is ‘Bhaang Lassi’. Bhaang is associated with Lord Shiva. Bhaang’s local name is marijuana or cannabis. The delicious ‘Bhang Lassi’ is a nutritious drink. People also consume this dish in the form of golees. These are chewy balls of bhang mixed with sugar and ghee. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mT0eMO

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  • Sweet Rice

    This is a South Indian dish and is served with large number of fruit mixtures with cold beverages like Sherbets. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kQ2EI9

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  • Dahi Vada

    Dahi Vada is a delicious dumpling made of lentils like moong dal andurad dal. This snack is eaten with mint chutney, curd or red chilli and is very popular. The taste of the dish is sweet, salty and sour. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/1Smfpnx

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  • Kanji ke Vade

    This delicious dish is made by soaking rai and urad dal and then grinding them into paste. Scoop of the mix is deep fried & drained before serving. Kanji ka vada is very popular Holi food of India. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mcNhd6

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  • Dhuska

    This dish has its origins in Jharkhand and Bihar. Dhuska is a simple snack prepared with chana dal and rice flour. It is served with green chutney and aloo curry. It is sweet and crunchy in taste. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2npxOXB

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10 Popular Holi Recipes Of India

Holi, which is also called festival of colors is a popular Hindu festival of India. It is a symbol of hope and new beginnings. Holi usually falls in the month of March on full moon and is a symbol of arrival of spring. Holika fire puja falls before the festival of colors.

Without doubt, Holi is a very enjoyable festival, but people also look forward to a lot of yummy food made for this special occasion. On this day, there is a lot of display of different colors. These include red, crimson, orange, purple, yellow, green and purple. On this festival, people put colored powder or gulal on each other and color their faces to denote the symbol of friendship. Holi also commemorates the love of Lord Krishna and Radha.

Here are some delicious recipes that will make your day an enjoyable one.

  • Gujiya: Holi has always been linked to gujiyas. These are sweet dumplings prepared with maida, suji, wheat flour and stuffed with khoya. Gujia looks like samosa and has a distinct shape. To enhance its taste, roasted dry fruits and coconut are added to it. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mhJLiD

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  • Thandai: This is one of the most delicious and traditional drink of Holi. Bhang lightens the atmosphere of Holi. It is prepared from flowers and leaves of female cannabis plant. Bhang is a cold drink prepared with a mix of rose petals, magaztari seeds, fennel seeds. Almonds, pepper, cardamom, vetiver seeds, milk, sugar and saffron. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mhVLRf

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  • Mathri: Mathri is a North Indian dish savoured by millions. A variety of spices can be added to it. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mhJLiD

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    Photo Courtesy: vegrecipesofindia

  • Malai Peda: No festival is complete without peda. Kesaru malai peda is so delicious that it is filled with kesar favour. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2m1qXmR

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    Photo Courtesy: milkmaid

  • Kanji Vada: This is a tasty drink that comes in handy when you have consumed many sweets. It helps in digestion. It is made from the extract of mustard and rice. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mEHzEr

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    Photo Courtesy: iFood.tv

  • Malpua: Malpua is an Indian version of pancake. It is crispy, soft and fluffy. It is best consumed with rabri. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2n55Y3A

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    Photo Courtesy: vegrecipesofindia

  • Moong Dal Kachori: Kachoris that are filled with moong dal are very crusty and have longer shelf life as compared to other kachoris. They are best stored in containers that are air-tight. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2n51B8k

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    Photo Courtesy: ladlesandspoon

  • Puran Poli: Puran Poli is a sweet flatbread that is prepared on the festival of Holi by the Maharashtrians. It is prepared in other parts of India too and has different variants like Obbattu, Holige and Vedmi. The sweet is prepared with yellow gram, jaggery and cardamom. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mX2nrg

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  • Dahi Bhalla: This is a snack that is prepared with peas, dahi, spices and chutneys. The vadas need to be deep fried. Dahi Bhalla is served cold and garnished with tamarind chutney, coriander, jeera and red chilli powder. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2ndgLHY

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    Photo Courtesy: vegrecipesofindia

  • Shakkarpara: Shakkarpara is usually prepared on the festival of Holi. It is prepared with maida, dough, milk, sugar, salt and semolina. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2mEP12u

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    Photo Courtesy: vegrecipesofindia

8 Basant Panchami Recipes

The festival of Basant Panchami/Vasant Panchami comes in the Hindu month of Magh. It signifies the start of spring season. Like many other Indian festivals, this festival has many special sweets of its own.

Kite flying is a tradition of this festival. The sweets offered during this festival are mostly yellow in color like boondi, kesari bhaat and rajbhog. The yellow is the preferred colour of sweets as it signifies bright colour of mustard flower which grows during this period. We have collected some interesting recipes for this Basant Panchmi. Try these recipes this festive season:-

  • MalpuamalpuaMalpua is a sweet that is in the form of deep-fried pancake and dipped in syrup. It is usually consumed with dry fruits and rabri. It is really delicious and sinful. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2jTUJZB
  • KheerKheerThis is a delicious dish. It is made with a good amount of dry fruits. Adding digestible goodies will make this dish really delicious. Try the recipe of this amazing kheer. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kfxKcg
  • Sweet Ricemeethe-chawal-1Sweet rice is prepared by boiling the rice to sticky state and blending it with jaggery. This gives it a sweet and heavenly taste. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kQ2EI9
  • Boondi LaddooboondiladduThis is a much loved laddoo and is best suitable for Basant Panchami. This is a delicious sweet with kesari flavor. The bright yellow colour makes it perfect for Basant Panchami. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kfHF1G

  • Boondiboondi-recipeThis is a great prasada for this festival. It is a favourite among all the deities. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2jVuAfj

  • Kesari Sheerarava-kesariKesari Halwa(Kesari Sheera) is prepared with roasted grain. It is thickened and flavored using great amount of sugar, ghee and dry fruits. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kQ3aWW
  • Rajbhograjbhog-1-600x500Rajbhog is very similar to rasgulla and is brighter. The taste too is similar to that of rasgulla. What’s different is the flavor of kesar and dry fruits that are added to it. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kpKaRE
  • Sarso Ka Saagsarson-ka-saag

    This is a signature dish of Punjab. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2kqJ7AC

Delicious Christmas Recipes

Christmas is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Jesus Christ. Most nations celebrate it on 25th of December. The celebrations start one month before December 25th. People decorate their houses with stars, reindeer and colourful lights. People rejoice the birth of Jesus Christ by singing carols. They share goodies with their friends. On actual Christmas day, people wear new dresses and go to church, burst firecrackers and party with family.

Without food, Christmas celebration is incomplete. We have collected delicious recipes for you to try this Christmas. Try these this Christmas:-

  • Black Forest CakeblackforestBlack forest cake is a German dessert that is very delicious. Try the Black forest cake with this recipe. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2i9PbcP

  • Chicken Pizzaht_bbq_chicken_pizza_jef_120131_wmainChicken Pizza is a very delicious dish. Learn to make Chicken Pizza with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2hAGvM4
  • Chocolate Moussechocolate-mousse-28888_lThis is a delicious dessert. Learn to make Chocolate Mousse with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2ibMaJi
  • Chocolate Cupcakeschocolate-cupcakes-17168_lChocolate Cupcake is a very delicious and popular dish. Learn to make Chocolate Cupcake with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2hbkna6
  • Apple Cakefrench-apple-cake-18-600-600x400Apple Cake is a very tasty recipe for Christmas. Learn to make Apple Cake with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2hhMx6F
  • Plum Cakeplum-cake
    Plum Cake is a great recipe for Christmas. Learn to make Plum Cake with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2i1KmTk
  • Carrot Cakebest-carrot-cakeThe carrot cake is very healthy, tasty and looks very appetising. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2hbqX0b
  • Apple Browniesapple_brownies2_600mainThis is a very mouthwatering brownie made by mixing apple and chocolate. Apple brownies are very delicious. Learn to make Apple Brownies with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2in0RfV
  • Hot Chocolate Fudgedec08_7Hot Chocolate Fudge is a popular dessert. Try the Hot Chocolate Fudge recipe: http://bit.ly/2hACPdc
  • Pineapple Cakeupsidedown-pineapple-and-coconut-cake-23319_lPineapple is more beneficial than you think. Try this delicious cake that is made using Pineapple. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2i1Pyqz
  • Coconut CakecocoCoconut Cake is perfect for special days like Christmas, Mother’s day etc. Learn to make Coconut Cake with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2hALjRP
  • Potato Corn Chowderpotato-corn_chowder_1989Potato Corn Chowder is a delicious dish. Learn to make Potato Corn Chowder with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2hhXnt9
  • Chicken DiablopicgzaopeChicken Diablo is a popular recipe. Learn to make Chicken Diablo with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2hATm0U
  • Apple Piefnk_apple-pie_s4x3Apple Pie is a popular recipe for Valentine’s Day. Learn to make Apple Pie with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2hlNf4s
  • Potato Rollsbread_potato_rollsPotato roll is a popular dish. Learn to make potato roll with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2hlOhx6
  • Fruit Pizza57079_640x428The cream cheese portion on the fruit pizza may be a lot. You can also use topping of fruit salad. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2hlIMPn
  • Butterscotch Brownies6a010536eec1a6970c0133f52fb0aa970b-600wiButterscotch Brownie is a popular recipe. Learn to make Butterscotch Browny with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2hbxpoa
  • Trifle PuddingimagesThis is a three-layered pudding made of custard, jellies and sponge cake. On a hot, sunny day, a bowl of pudding can be very rejuvenating. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2hAUtNQ
  • Christmas Wife SaverstrataChristmas wife saver is a favourite dish for all the food lovers. The dish is so crunchy that it is a favourite of everyone. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2ipNGqg
  • Oatmeal Raisin Breadoatmeal_cin_raisin_crumbOatmeal Raisin Bread is a popular recipe. Learn to make Oatmeal Raisin Bread with this recipe: http://bit.ly/2ineKe6
  • Ginger Soupcarrot-and-ginger-soup-1118_lSoups serve as great starters but consuming Ginger soup also serves as a great relief for sore throat. When you consume this soup, it relieves your sore throat. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2inlmJj
  • Baked Egg Cheesem3190027_cheesy_baked_eggsBaked Egg Cheese serves as a perfect breakfast for brunch. Learn to make Baked Egg Cheese with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2i4nJAh
  • Black Walnut Cakefancy-cakeThis is a crunchy cake and is irresistible. If cakes are something that you like, this cake must be your first choice. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2i4rKEO
  • Brownie Caramel Cheesecakeimg_3812-1-2This is a delicious cake. Learn to prepare Brownie Caramel Cheesecake with this easy recipe: http://bit.ly/2hbCUmv
  • Garlic Breadgarlic-bread-recipeThis is a great starter when starting an Italian meal like Spaghetti or Pizzas. Here’s the recipe: http://bit.ly/2inMHuN