Through this theme, I wanted to know some Indian regional snack recipes, what we make during the festival time. Some foodies also sent me sweet recipes, which I accepted, as without making your mouth sweet, any festival is incomplete, especially Diwali.
I want to thank wholeheartedly to all the foodies who sent their entries for this event. The next edition is hosted by Manju of Mirch Masala...for the announcement of theme, checkout here.
Now let's move to the roundup..........
From the state of Karnataka :
Supriya of Celebrating Little Things In Life sent this chivda,
From the state of Punjab :
Meera Of Enjoy Indian Food sent this mouth watering Tandoori Chana Jor garam, made with garbanzo beans
From the state of Tamil Nadu:
sent this Yummy Vada recipe, Amma Vadai
Kamala of Cook@Ease sent this nutritious Sprouted Peas Sundal, which is made during Navratri for Prasad, she further sprounted the peas to make it more nutritious..great idea, Kamala
Split roasted Gram dal Murukku , which is made during Diwali
Godhuma(wheat) & Sweet Potato Bonda
From the state of Gujrat :
Sudeshna of Cook like a Bong sent this popular yummy wholesome gujrati snack, "Khandvi"
From the state of West Bengal :
Sharmistha of Cook-A-Doodle-Do sent this alltime favorite Sabudana Vada
and this Yummy Fish Croquette aka Fish Chop recipe
These two snacks recipes are contribution from my side(Indrani of Appyayan)
Beguni or Brinjal fritters is very popular and beloved Bengali snack, it is available in any snack shop there and also made at home during festival time or on any homely occassion like Birthday, Marriege.
Masala Peanuts or Spice crusted crunchy peanuts, which is basically from North India, but now widely popular allover India, made during festival time like Navratri and Diwali
Renu of Renu's Kitchen sent this Low fat Baked Shakarpara, which is traditionally deep fried, but she baked it to make this snack more healthy
Now it's Sweet time
Sudha of Malaysian Delicacies sent this Famous Puran Poli or Sweet pan-fried flatbread, belongs to the state of Maharastra
Shobana of Jounal of a Budding Cook sent this Rawa Laddoo, belongs to the state of Tamilnadu
Boondi Laddoo, belongs to the above state
another sweet dish from Priya, Maida Halwa, belongs to the above state
Microwave Butternut Squah and Barley Kesari
Another sweet dish entry from Priya, from the state of Maharastra, Besan laddoo
Unfortunately last entry from Priya, belongs to the state of Tamilnadu, Microwave Pumpkin & Coconut halwa,
Easiest Coconut laddoo
recipe,which is very popular during Diwali
Last and very Gorgoeus entry of this event from Kalva of Curry In Kadai
this most popular Diwali sweet of India, Kesar Badam Vermicelli kheer
Hopefully, I have included all of your entries and links, if I missed any of your entries/links, pl. check and send me a mail....
Check out previous Sunday Snacks Round-ups :
Sunday Snacks : Snacks with bread