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7 Must Try Easy Diwali Snacks Recipe – Diwali Special Savories

October 26, 2016 9:11 pm Published by Leave your thoughts
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Diwali is the festival of mixing sweetness in relations and the homemade Diwali snacks recipe are the add-ons beauty to the fun! This is the time when ladies get into the kitchen and the cook the best out of their talent. It is the high time to mix sweetness with love and togetherness!


Guys, you all know that Diwali (Deepawali) is the re-known Hindu festival which is celebrated with great zeal, followed by Dhanteras, Choti Diwali, Govardhan & Bhai Dauj! Not only in India, this festival is given utmost importance in other countries too!

On 24th Oct 2016, Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May, lighten up a traditional lamp symbolizing Diwali celebrations in Britain and quoted “Now I have to say that I haven’t read all 24,000 verses in the epic poem about Lord Rama’s return to Ayodhya. But I do know the story of his homecoming from the many Diwali celebrations I have attended in my own constituency over the years,”! 


It is a big thing said by foreign PM to make us understand the importance of Diwali in a Hindu culture. It shows the moral values and religious belief of the nation about the festival.

Apart from home cleaning, lighting, home decoration, Rangoli making, & goddess Lakshmi Pujan, people follow a tradition to offer snacks and sweets to their loved ones all around. While many people prefer to bring the special Indian sweets from the market, but what’s going trendy now is that young ladies are happy to prepare at least one sweet dish at home by their own. This gives a unique decorum to the homely feeling and also builds a self-confidence in you as a better cook!


But you know, anything done without a proper guide may ruin your efforts! So for this, you need an expert guide like this Blogazine that has merged up some interesting and easy to prepare Diwali snacks recipe for your better taste. Mithai distribution will be a fun with all these items. The taste of Gujhiya, namkeen Moong Daal, Rasgulla, Dry Samosa, Pakoras, peanuts, & many more gives us the joy of Diwali celebration with a new hope! (Read: Delicious Indian Sweets Recipes You Must Try)

Get ready for the mouth-watering Diwali snacks recipe that is going to cover up your kitchen! Wish you and your family a very happy Diwali..!!


1. Mini Dry Samosa

Do you love Haldiram or Bikaji’s mini samosas? If yes, then, these mini dry samosas will make your Diwali snacks platter more interesting. An amazing recipe that can bring the handful of applauses to you. Try out this special Diwali snacks recipe and pamper your near and dear ones with the crunchiness.

These crispy triangles are packed with the dry filling of roasted gram flour and flavorful spices. Turn them golden and crispy by deep frying and store in the airtight container.

Crunchy, crispy, and tangy Diwali snack are ready to serve.

Recipe: Mini Dry Samosa 


2. Moong Dal Namkeen

Moong dal namkeen is the snack that I always avoid to share with anyone. This is my favorite pass time snack that I can have anytime. Crunchy salty moong dal can be made up with few ingredients only. Just soak it in water or milk (for extra soft and crunchiness) for few hours and dry it.

Heat the oil in the frying pan for deep frying. Strain the excess oil and mix the spices needed.

Recipe: Moong Dal Namkeen


3. Masala Peanuts

Did you start preparing the Diwali snacks? If not, then go for these peppery, tangy masala peanuts. These kadalai or peanuts are so lip smacking, that you won’t be able to stop yourself from finishing them all.

Talking about this Diwali snack recipe, Just 2 min, and your delicious snack is ready to pamper you and your guests. Masala peanuts are deep fried snacks that are dipped in sizzling hot rice and gram batter with the tadka of asafetida (hing).

Recipe – Masala Peanuts


4. Seepu Seedai Recipe

I heard of this Diwali snack first time when I went to one of my south Indian friend. This Diwali snacks recipe is little tricky but very interesting to make. It needs some soaked rice, roasted Bengal gram, butter and coconut milk. Form the dough and make the strips with the murukku press. Cut the long strips in small strips and make cylinders. Deep fry these small cylinders and store them in the air tight container. You can store these snacks for many days.

Whenever I see these golden crispy seepu seedai, I become nostalgic with all my childhood memories of long pipes  (Papad Pipe Snacks) which I used to press on my fingers and eat them. It was fun.

Now you also enjoy the frolic with these frizzly snacks and make your Diwali more fun loving.

Recipe: Seepu Seedai 


5. Kara Sev / Khara Sev / Spicy Garlic Sev

Kara Sev is a deep fried Diwali snack with the spicy garlic taste. It is different from other kara sev. You can munch it anytime with a cup of tea in morning or evening.

Before some days I was searching for some crunchy snacks, that can be retained for long days. And i found this spicy garlic sev easy recipe on this blog and tried it. The results were awesome and all loved the taste.

Recipe: Spicy Garlic Sev


6. Poha Chivda Recipe

The combination of corn flakes, flattened rice, dry fruits, peanuts, and spices give this Diwali snack a magical twist. It is a mildly spiced snack that both adults and kids can enjoy.

Roast all the ingredients one by one and then mix them all together. Add the little sugar and other spices and store it in air tight container.  You can add many other things you want in this poha mixture and can change the quantity of the spices according to your taste.

Recipe: Poha Chivda


7.  Ribbon Pakoda/ Nada Thenkuzhal

Pamper yourself with the delicious south Indian recipe Nada Thenkuzhal. A ribbon-shaped pakora that will perfectly accompany your other Diwali snacks. This Diwali snacks recipe includes various proportions of rice flour, gram flour and spices. Crispiness of these ribbon pakoras can be retained only for few days, so try to make it 1 or 2 days before the festive days.

Recipe: Ribbon Pakoda


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