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Hara Bhara Kebab is a very popular Indian evening snack. Its made out of all green ingredients like green peas, spinach, green chilli along with potato and besan as binding agents. A shallow fried cutlets with richness of spinach, a way to make kids eat spinach and greeen peas! Sometimes we something crunchy and yummy along with evening tea / coffee. Hara Bhara Kebab would be a perfect tea-time snack!

Almond (Badam) is one of the healthy nut. We can make many recipes using Almonds. Already I have published Badam Cashew Burfi. That is more richer sweet. Given here is Almond Burfi (Badam Burfi), a very popular Indian sweet, generally made during Diwali or other auspicious occasions. This is a very quick and easy recipe. We don't have complexities like looking for sugar syrup consistency. No big expertise needed to make this wonderful dish. Try this easy and rich Badam Burfi for Diwali and share your experience !

Maida Burfi, a South Indian Fudge made with All Purpose Flour. This is one burfi which is very was and quick to make. We can add food color to make it look more appealing but I prefer natural color, so added few strands of Saffron. We can also add vanilla extract or Rose Essence or even the Badam Essence. This would be  perfect Sweet for Diwali, especially to share with Friends & Relatives!

This is a quick version of Nada(Ribbon Pakoda) hence the name Quick Nada :-). Instant way to prepare nada with ingredients readily available at home. The conventional method of making Ribbon Pakoda (Nada) is a little time consuming process, still worth doing it. But nowadays, many of us are working women so not finding time to make snacks in a conventional way, instead we just buy from shops. Buying snacks from shop is not hygienic. They deep fry the snacks in the same oil multiple times and it is not good for health. Instead try instant version of making snacks in home with fresh oil and it will be hygienic too. Try this instant version of ribbon pakoda and share your experience!

Sometimes, we would like to make a quick, easy and also delicious savoury or spicy snack for tea time especially during weekend evenings! This Pepper Murukku is a perfect snack which is  quick and easy to make. It doesn't need any expertise and nothing will go wrong in making Pepper Murukku. This would be an ideal snack for Diwali. Surprise your family and friends with this delicious Pepper Murukku!

Besan Ladoo is another traditional Diwali Sweet. It is very simple, quick and easy to make sweet like our other traditional SouthIndian Ladoos like Maa Ladoo, Rava Ladoo etc. Diwali is all about fun and frolic. We love making lots of sweets and snacks and share it with our friends and relatives. This Besan Ladoo is one such sweet easy to share with friends and family. Try this Besan Ladoo for this Diwali and share your experience!

For quite a long time, I have been thinking to publish this recipe. A very quick and simple, instant and yet very very delicious sweet dish. Best gift box sweet, particularly for Diwali. In many sweet shops, this chocolate burfi is displayed as "Double-decker Burfi" as the top layer is chocolate and the bottom layer would be khoya. Great dish taste wise as well as presentation wise. Also we are going to use Khoya which makes our effort very less. I have used homemade khoya. But we can also use store-bought Khoya. Now a days many working women are not finding time to make sweets and snacks. This would be a perfect dish for them.

For many milk sweets such as Gulab Jamun, halwa, burfi's we need unsweetened khoya (mawa). Mostly in Northern parts of India, unsweetened khoya is a readily available ingredient in grocery shops. But in down south, its very rare to get store bought unsweetened khoya. Most of the shops have Srivilliputhur Palkhova which is sweetened. Making unsweetened khoya is time consuming process. But, its worth making it as we can do many homemade khoya (Mawa) based desserts. Homemade Khoya doesn't have any additives or preservatives and it is healthy and hygienic. The shelf life is 3-5 days if refrigerated. This time, I made chocolate burfi using this unsweetened khoya. 

Poha chivda (Aval Mixture) is one of the popular Indian snack. Chivda is a crunchy and spicy snack which is quick and easy to make. Generally SouthIndian mixture which has lots of murukku, boondhi, peanuts, sev and many more crunchy ingredients. This traditional SouthIndian mixture is little complicated and time consuming compared to Poha Chivda. Sometimes we like to have some crunchy snack along with our tea / coffee or an after-school snack. So try this Poha Chivda for this Diwali and share your experience!

Sabudana (Sago, also known as Tapioca) Khichdi  is a special dish generally prepared during fasting (Vrat) days like Navratri , MahaSivaratri or Ekadhasi. Especially in Maharashtra this is a famous dish and they prepare for Navratri. A very tasty breakfast dish too. Sago cooked with mashed potatoes and coarse peanut powder. We do not add garlic or onion in the dish. For normal breakfast, we can also add vegetables and makes this Khichdi rich and healthy.

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