Tamil Nadu Traditional Diwali Sweets and Snacks Collections. 25+ Diwali Recipes that you must try during this Diwali 2022. As Diwali is tomorrow 24th October, it’s time to plan your Diwali Menu. In case you have any Idea about making Authentic Sweets & Snacks from Tamil Nadu here is the entire collection of Diwali Sweets and Snacks with Step by step Photos and Video. Before that Wish you a very Happy Diwali. May Lord Ganesha take away all your sorrows and bless you with all the bounty. wishing you and your family a joyful Diwali. May Goddess Lakshmi top up your life with peace, Joy, serenity, and felicity and bring utmost rejoicing in your life.
In this post I have collected what I make for Diwali every year, I keep a constant menu for Diwali what most Tamilian Homes make for Diwali. Usually, I start making Diwali Bakshanam a week before I start with Diwali Marundhu, then some sweets like Adhirasam because the dough needs 3 to 4 days resting time then only it will fry nicely. Then some savories like ribbon Pakoda, murukku, oma podi, kara sev. This year I made it one shot using multipurpose flour. Finally Badhusha, coconut burfi, Mysore Pak. This year I reduced the sweets because no one like sweets so this year I made Laddo and Kaju Katli. Usually, I make Vadai, Suzhiyam, and idli, for Diwali day for Breakfast. Let’s see the Diwali Recipes in Detail.
Diwali Menu/Diwali recipes:
These are the Items most Tamilians Make for Diwali Festivals. The First picture is last year’s Diwali picture. I have shared all Diwali recipes on my blog Prema’s Culinary. Please go to the search button and find the recipe if anything you want in particular.
Diwali Sweets recipe collections:
Diwali Savory Snacks:
- Manapparai Murukku
- manapparai murukku recipe video
- Achu Murukku without egg recipe
- Butter murukku
- Jeera Murukku
- Kai Murukku or Suthu murukku
- Kai Murukku Recipe Video
- Seepu murukku Recipe
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