diwali recipes – 51 deepavali recipes, diwali special recipes 2013


51 diwali recipes – diwali sweets recipes, diwali snacks recipes.

diwali or deepavali is the most celebrated festival of india and it carries a message which is applicable to everyone despite of their background, culture, religion or belief.

diwali signifies the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness and truth over falsities. i hope this festival of lights brings wisdom, truth, prosperity and peace in your life.

with this post, i wish all my readers a happy and joyous diwali festival.  i also wish abundance in health, wealth and happiness to all of you. play and be safe this diwali.

i have made a list of the diwali recipes which are a favorite with the readers of veg recipes of india and will be a hit in your homes for the diwali festival.

there are no set recipes for diwali except for the sweets and snacks that are usually made or brought ready made. so i am giving a list of recipes that are usually made during festivals or celebrations like diwali, christmas, id and other festivals.

have classified them into the typical diwali sweets and snacks which we make (there are not many on the blog) and some lunch/dinner menu recipes.

i will be posting some more recipes that are not your typical diwali snacks and sweets, but recipes that are made during celebration and festive occasions. by the way, this year diwali is on 3rd nov, 2013 and i have already shared compiled list of 40 diwali sweets recipes and 75 diwali snacks recipes.

some of these recipes can be easily made vegan by substituting with soy milk, cashew milk, almond milk or cashew yogurt or peanut yogurt.

diwali snacks recipes

namak paare

namak paare



paneer tikka
apple gujiya
gujiya recipe: apple gujiya, how to make gujiya recipe, apple & mava gujiya
 veg shammi kabab


papdi chaat
papdi chaat: delhi papdi chaat, papdi chaat recipe
 nankhatai nankhatai  chivda poha-chivda
baby corn manchurian
baby corn manchurian
 quick paneer tikka
 sindhi dak pakwan  bengali matar kachori bengali-peas-kachori
aloo chaat
easy aloo chaat
french fries
french fries recipe
 tandoori aloo

tandoori aloo - vegan tandoori aloo

 sukhi arbi



diwali sweets recipes

gulab jamun
coconut ladoo
besan ladoo
 quick milk pedha peda-recipe
maladu or maa laddu kaju katli
phirni recipe sabudana kheer sabudana-kheer-recipe
 seviyan kheer


 rice payasam

rice payasam recipe

dry fruits ladoo sandesh recipe
 rava kesari rava-kesari saffron suji halwa
lauki ka halwa
lauki halwa: lauki halwa recipe
apple halwa
orange kheer
badam halwa
almond halwa
diwali main couse recipes
veg hyderabadi biryani

Popular Veg Recipes of India (7)

dum mushroom biryani

yakhni pulao

vegetable yakhni pulao recipe

navratan korma


gujarati kadhi

gujarati kadhi: gujarati kadhi recipe, easy gujarati kadhi

punjabi kadhi pakora

punjabi kadhi recipe: punjabi kadhi pakora, punjabi kadhi

kadai paneer


punjabi chole

Punjabi Chole Recipe, Punjabi Chana Recipe, Punjabi Chole Masala Recipe, Punjabi Chana Masala, Chole Bhatura, Chole Puri, Chole Chana

methi matar malai


restaurant style dal tadka


bombay pav bhaji

Pav Bhaji Recipe: Mumbai Pav Bhaji Recipe, Mumbai Pav Bhaji

veg fried rice veg-fried-rice-diwali-recipes
paneer butter masala
malai kofta
palak paneer
 matar paneer matar-paneer
rajma masala
dal makhani dhaba-style-dal-makhani - Copy

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  1. ashaa saxena says

    dear dasana, happy dewali. for last three months i was about to write you but could not . as i am free enough now i have to thank you from the core of my heart. i love idli, my 6 year daughter is just crazy about, my hubby also loves . i used to steam idli, but was not up to the mark. so most of the time i had to use idli -mix. but dear, the day i explore your sight and followed your method of prepaering idli ., oh, i just can’t express how much confidence have i got. now my idlies are great. beside , i also prepare sama chawal- idli which are great in taste and texture. soon i will try oat-idli. thanks again. take care and keep it up. Best wishes and regards.

  2. tanvi says

    can you post a nice chakli and chivda recipe??? i am in love with this blog absolutely…you have posted recipes that can be tried everyday by a novice…thats why i like it…and you convey a feeling that to be a great cook you dont need to prepare unusual or complicated recipes…Good work!!!

  3. bharat singh malawat says

    Hey dassana I really like your way of recipes tutorials and their photos , feel good if you post some rajasthani dishes too on your blog