Our country India is diverse in culture and festivities. Now that Dusshera has reached the 9-day extravaganza, Navratri, Hindu devotees are preparing to welcome the festivities of Diwali. The festive season in India is not complete without inviting your loved ones and savoring the taste of mouthwatering delicacies. And we’ve got you covered. To help you make your festivities memorable, here are the three mouthwatering dishes along with recipes we’ve put together just for you.
- Soak washed rice for 30 minutes, then grind it into fragments.
- Take the handi and heat the milk over low heat. Also add sugar.
- Infuse it with green cardamom powder and cooked rice. Then add the saffron and mix well.
- Pour phirni into a serving bowl and garnish with chopped almonds and pistachio.
- Top with gooseberries and serve cold.
Dahi Bhalle Made with Kuttu Flour
- Take finely grated boiled potatoes in a bowl.
- Add chillies, grated ginger and kuttu ka atta. Mix it well.
- Grease your palm and make small balls with the mixture.
- Fry the balls until they are golden brown. When all the Vadas are fried, prepare the curds.
- Add salt to the curd and beat well.
- After the curd has a smooth texture, you can infuse it with salt, red chili powder and cumin powder. Then mix it well.
- Dip the Vadas in it and sprinkle over some red chili powder and cumin powder.
- Garnish with green coriander before serving.
Paneer Kundan Kaliyan
- Cut the cottage cheese into slices and marinate with turmeric and chili powder.
- Then fry them shallow.
- Take a pan and heat the oil in it.
- Add red chilies, coriander seeds, cloves and cardamom to the pan and fry until the color changes.
- Add chopped onions and when they become translucent, infuse the chopped tomatoes and dried rose petals. Saute the mixture.
- Add yogurt and garam masala. Whisk it over low heat to prevent the yogurt from curdling.
- Add the shallow fried cottage cheese and season with salt.
- Garnish with coriander leaves while serving.
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