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Diwali festival is a special time in India. Its worth visiting the country just in order to see the vibrant clothes, colors, lights, firecrackers lighting up the sky and immense variety of sweets and snacks. The streets look adorned thanks to Rangoli drawn, each house trying to compete with the other with its creativity, size and usage of different colors. This is such a nostalgic time for me. I remember my growing up years, getting up way early in the morning (around 3:00 am), taking head bath, wearing new clothes and running to the terrace to burst crackers.

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Breakfast followed with aromatic goodies, followed by feasting and crackers the whole day. Overload of sweets, snacks, and gifts followed thanks to all friends and family visiting each other. Here, in another part of the world, Diwali means just me and my family following the routine as much as possible to keep in touch with what’s comforting to us.

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Food of course plays a major part trying to compensate for the lack of other rituals. Here are some yummy Diwali sweets and savories to make during the festival that’s coming on Nov 13th 2012. Nothing beats making the traditional recipes and here they are made easier with clear and precise instructions.

Diwali Laddus





Maladu (Maa Laddu) Besan Rava Laddu Rava Laddu
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Diwali Sweets





Suyyam (Susiyam) Karanji (Kajjikayulu) Mysore Pak



Gulab Jamun Moong Dal Halwa Badam Halwa



Poornam Boorelu Appam Sooji Halwa (Kesari)
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Diwali Kheer (Pudding)





Channar Payesh (Paneer Kheer) Sabudana Kheer Vermicelli Kheer
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Diwali Savory Snacks





Mullu Murukku Thenkuzhal Murukku Om Podi



Kola Vadai (Chegodilu) Murukku (Chakli) Thattai
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Diwali Recipes from CIY Members
I selected some recipes from our members which I would like to try myself. Special word of thanks to all the members who shared their favorite recipes with all of us.





Roasted Gram Murukku Coconut Laddus Easy Coconut Burfi



Rasmalai Rasgullah Badam Burfi



Mohanthal Soan Papdi Kaju Katli



Imarti Wheat Halwa Mango Jalebi
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