Somehow I always miss the pre-holiday preparation time and always, always find myself in a rush at the last minute, whether it is about doing up the house or the food. And being true to myself, I have missed the train again this time. With just a few days left, I have no idea what I’ll be cooking this Diwali.
And as always, Google came to my rescue. So, I thought if you are like me and are stuck and don’t have a clue what to prepare for family and guest. Here are my pinned recipes that are easy, simple and less hassle to serve.
Try out this simple and healthy recipe of Chat Canapes by Gopi Patel.
Complete recipe is available at https://werecipes.com
Gajar ka Halwa
Next is this mouth watering gajar ka halwa with a vegan twist.
Complete recipe is available at http://peasandpeonies.com
Prash from Yummily Yours is a master of making simple snacks all the more fun. Try out her cocktail kebabs as a perfect finger food.
Complete recipe is available at http://yummilyyours.com/
No Indian dinner is over without some tandoori snack. Try this easy tandoori stick recipe the eCurry way.
Complete recipe is available at http://www.ecurry.com/
A tasty spin to our masala papad here is an idiot proof recipe that will be an instant favorite.
Complete recipe is available at http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk
Vada Pav Minis
Prash to our rescue once again with another snack which is very ones favorite. But once again she has given it her unique spin.
Complete recipe is available at http://yummilyyours.com
And lastly, I have dahiwada without which Diwali is incomplete.
Complete recipe is available at http://www.indiankhana.net
Let me know how it turns out.