Baked Methi Mathri

Crispy Baked Methi Mathri – the baked version of the traditional mathri is easy to make and a healthier alternative to the fried ones!

Make a batch this festive season and enjoy with a cuppa chai. These will also make great Diwali gifts!

I think I am done with sweets for a while. Seriously, I shared a lot of Diwali sweets this year (& I hope you guys found something you like!) but now I am kind of done with them.

So I thought of sharing one healthy Diwali savory recipe with you guys before it’s the Diwali...

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Khurma

Khurma- a traditional Indian sweet snack which was always made in my home during Holi & Diwali!

It’s highly addictive and needs only a handful of ingredients to make it at home.

For this Diwali, I decided to share some classic recipes from my nani.

The sweets which I was very fond of as a child, the sweets which were always prepared in my house for festivals.

As much as I love the rasmalai or jalebi, no one ever made these at home. What was made for festivals was besan ladoo, peda, gujiya and this khurma!

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Fruit Chaat

A simple fruit chaat made with assorted fruits and flavored with cumin, chaat masala and lemon juice!

What exactly does “chaat” mean in Indian context? Well, chaat is a rather wide term used for a number of dishes.

Basically anything spicy, tangy can be termed as chaat. It’s also a loosely used term for Indian street food tike aloo tikki, golgappa etc. Talking about chaat makes my mouth water! I can never have enough.

This fruit chaat has fruits yet it’s called a chaat because it’s spicy and tangy and used a blend of spices known as chaat...

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