Almost all of us celebrate Diwali, by wearing new dresses, bursting crackers, playing games and so on. Did you notice that I miss something in this list? Yes, it is sweets! Without sweets, no festival shall be complete. Even though you have a lot of events to enjoy the day, you just can give up sweets. It will create a feeling of dissatisfaction throughout the whole day. In the olden days, women at home would do all the necessary sweets for Diwali. But today, things have changed a lot.
No women want to spend their auspicious day inside the kitchen struggling with the smoke and fire. So, today sweets are bought from the shops which also cost the same money that women at home would spend on sweets. So, I hope buying sweets is not a bad idea. At the same time, we have to accept that sweets made at home would be always healthy when compared to the ones made in shops. In this article, I have mentioned a list of wonderful recipes which you can do on your Diwali day.
It is a simple sweet which tastes well with a nutty fragrance. Just take some besan or gram flour and roast it on a pan continuously for sometime till you get that nutty fragrance. Then added some ghee and you have to mix it properly with the flour nicely.
This is real handwork and you have to spend some time on it to get good results. Do be lazy and knead it for namesake. If the flour forms lumps, then the taste won’t be good. Finally, when you are done with the flour, you can add sugar to get tasty besan ladoos.
The moment you hear the word ‘gulab jamun’ I can feel your mouth watering. Sweet. Isn’t it? Simply buy the floor specially made for it, and make small balls by mixing it with water and fry the ball using ghee.
Finally, simmer them into a bowl of sugar syrup. After 15 minutes, you can enjoy the sweet.
It is a semi-solid recipe which is made with thickened milked, cardamom, nutmeg etc. The elite smell which comes out from the sweet is really appealing.
Although they are famous in north India, they can be very well tried in all states of the nation.
It is a soft sweet which is made with cheese balls and is soaked in thickened milk. The cheese balls would suck a good amount of milk and get the flavor of the milk and cheese giving out a tasty recipe
Hope this is a favorite and popular name in almost all parts of the nation. It is often cut into slabs and the texture is a like rock but it is a crunchy recipe which satiates the taste hunger of any person.
It is a semisolid which is almost watery and it has a good amount of vermicelli to intensify the taste of the kheer. Cardamom, dried ginger are some of the spices which add flavor to the recipe.
This is a colorful recipe which is more prevalent in southern India. The time taken to complete the recipe is also very low.
Simply roast semolina and then cook in hot water. Add some food color to add color to your recipe. Add adequate sugar and stir it well. Finally, decorate with nuts and raisins for embellishment.
It is a recipe which is made from paneer and how is made? That’s simple. Boil the milk and add some diluted lime juice. You will get paneer and also it is important to rinse the paneer to get rid of the sour taste.
Then you can use sugar or cane sugar to mix with the paneer. Add necessary flavors and make it into a dough. Make small balls and flatten them on the top. Add sprinkles if required. Refrigerate for some an hour and enjoy your dish.
Hope all of you would be quite familiar with this recipe. The bright orange color is the exceptional feature of this recipe. The sugar contents in this recipe make it syrupy and the taste of this sweet really well. But I don’t think you can eat more than 2 at a time.