Diwali Delicacies To Get You Drooling!

Have A Yummy Diwali!

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Let's be honest here. We all love Diwali not just because of the immense joy it brings all around us but mainly because of the lip-smacking tasty treats that are unleashed this time of the year.

The festival is celebrated in some form or the other across India and there are various delicacies that are prepared accordingly in every region. But there are certain savories that are associated with the festival itself and one can't think about celebrating the festival with the same fervor without indulging in their deliciousness. So, let's take a look at some of them.

1. Gujiya

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Gujiya is a deep fried pastry stuffed with a sweet filling of khoya. The flaky exterior and the melt-in-the-mouth filling make this one a delicacy to die for!

2. Besan Sev

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Mildly spiced, deep-fried gram flour sticks are great Diwali savories and snacks that also taste great with a cup of tea any time of the day.

3. Shakkar Paare

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These sweet, friend crispies are made from flour and then coated with melted sugar. Talk about heaven on earth!

4. Shankar Pali

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A Maharashtrian spin on the famous Shakkar Paare, these are often made with jaggery to give it that special twist.

5. Mathri

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These can be made with a variety of flours like wheat, plain flour and are enjoyed with a spicy green chutney.

6. Chooda/Mixture

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A staple of any household during Diwali, this assortment of delicious fried grams and peanuts along with dry-fruits goes well with anything.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab a plate and dig in!

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Shivansh Mishra (WRITER)

Shivansh describes himself as a Development Professional, writer, bibliophile, gourmand and a cinema lover, wrapped in one giant package. A fiction reader, he believes writing to be a medium of liberation and equally loves to write about both socio-political issues and movies, all with a tinge of satire. His favorite authors include Premchand, Vrindavanlal Verma, J.K. Rowling and Gabriel Garcia Márquez.