Its Diwali, Time To Relish Droolworthy Sweets & Dishes

Its Diwali, Time To Relish Droolworthy Sweets & Dishes

Its Diwali, Time To Relish Droolworthy Sweets & Dishes

Food is an integral part of any occasion. Whether it’s a small party at home or a lavish affair in a banquet, something that’s talked about even after the event is food. Of course, good food is a fusion of both taste and presentation. Now when it’s Diwali time, indulging in sweets and other dishes comes with a big YES. Actually with people coming over, you also want your guests to taste the dishes you’ve made on the big occasion. So, if you’re trying to impress your guests and thinking what to make for the festival, then this article has some real quick and easy dishes which you can try.

Dahi Vada

Most of the Indians simply adore this dish which is known by different names in different regions though. Dahi Vada is nothing but dumplings made of urad dal that are dunked in whipped yoghurt and topped with spicy and sweet chutneys. Of course, making dishes calls for preparation and to ease your job, Havells has a range of appliances like food processors, mixer grinders, induction cooktop and more. So, make the most of them.

Paneer Tikka

The favorite of vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, Paneer Tikka is actually cottage cheese cubes marinated in spices and grilled in a tandoor. However, the version generally made at home requires an Oven Toaster Griller to get the desired results. Paneer Tikka is a must-have starter in almost every party, especially in North India.

Baked Samosa

Ditch the fried version with the healthier version! Though the fried one definitely tastes better, a little consciousness about your health is not bad. Baked Samosa is the replica of the original samosa and the difference lies just in the cooking process. This healthier version is also stuffed with spiced potato while the pastry could be made using refined flour or normal wheat flour or a mixture of both. You can then cook this samosa either in an air-fryer or an oven toaster griller, according to the availability.

Mysore Paak

Ahh….this tastes heavenly. Mysore Paak is a famous sweet dish named after the city of Mysore. It is a rich mix of desi ghee, gram flour and sugar, cooked thoroughly on low flame. You can make this easy yet amazingly dish using induction cooker from Havells. Make this tasty sweet and get ready to receive the compliments.

Coconut Til Laddoos

Loved by one and all, Coconut Til Laddoos are absolutely easy to make and taste really good. All you need are three ingredients – coconut, sesame seeds and dates – to make this nutritious sweet snack. Do try this simple recipe and eat to your heart’s content.

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa is one the richest and tastiest sweets, absolutely loved by Indians. This is made using moong dal, loads of ghee, dry fruits and sugar. Of course, it tastes awesome and requires a little extra time to make. However, using an induction cooktop, your task will get simpler to an extent. Relish this tasty sweet this Diwali.

Khoya Paneer

Khoya Paneer is a rich curry made of cashews, khoya, green chillies and cardamom in which cottage cheese chunks are dunked. This tasty treat is generally served with fresh naan or jeera rice. It’s a kind of royal treat for the guests anytime at home. Make this simple yet scrumptious dish and get flattered by the compliments.

To Conclude

Festivals are about eating, drinking and merry-making. And Diwali, being the biggest festival, calls for more merriment. While celebrating, do indulge in exotic dishes and you need not to get them from outside. You can easily prepare them at home using Havells range of food preparation and cooking appliances. Doing this, you will get fresh as well as hygienic stuff which is absolutely not expected from outside during such festivities. So, enjoy, be happy, have fun, eat and cook more happily with a collection of appliances from Havells!