Indfused’s Diwali Recipe Collection.

Diwali Faral Recipes – easy, streamlined, authentic tasting, healthier recipes for sweet and savory snacks, made with  ingredients available locally.

Diwali Faral recipes are sweet and savory snacks made for Diwali. Easy, streamlined, healthier recipes made with local ingredients
Indfused’s Diwali Recipe Collection

Do you have a faral making marathon in your kitchen this weekend? So do I! I have just made my grocery list as per the ‘faral’ snacks I am making, so I am ready to hit the grocery and the Indian store. Once I have the ingredients, I am ready for the faral marathon 🙂

I have compiled Indfused’s Diwali recipes in this collection. I am sharing with you all recipes that I use in my own home. These are recipes that I have developed, tried and tested. They are innovative, healthier, streamlined recipes that are made with ingredients  available locally. So I have made them easy to make for all , without compromising the authentic taste.

I am immensely honored when people have written or told me in person that they have been following Indfused’s recipes for all their faral making and entertaining during the Diwali season. You all truly inspire and motivate me. Thank you so much!

I always start the Diwali cooking with something sweet ❤

Here are recipes that will guide you  step by easy step! Click on the titles for recipes.

One of Indfused’s most downloaded recipes  is the Baked Sutarfeni !

#diwalisweets #Sutarfeni
Super easy, baked Sutarfeni

First prize winner- Baked Bakarwadi so moreish, you won’t miss the deep frying!

#Diwali snacks and sweets recipes
My prize winning Baked Bakarwadi!
Indian fusion, easy recipe for exquisite Karanji Dessert Canapes with a coconut honey filling
Karanji Canapes-distinctive dessert canapes, rich with the exquisite taste of the traditional karanji and with no added sugar!
#traditionalkaranji recipe
Traditional recipe for -Colorful Crispy Caranjis with Ooey Gooey Good Coconut Filling!
Indian #Diwalisweetsrecipe for Raghavdas ladu. Microwave recipe
Raghavdas Ladu _microwave recipe
#MicrowaveChivda with Oats and Papad!
Microwave Chivda with Oats and Papad!
#easydiwalirecipes #besan ladu #indianmicrowaverecipe
Sun Kissed Besan Ladu-an easy microwave recipe!
#ChurmaLaadoo- A modern take!
Churma Laadoo- A modern take!
#microwavehalwarecipe Bombay Halwa , Mahim halwa recipe
Microwave Bombay Halwa, Kesar Pista Mahim Halwa and Rose Mahim Halwa

 

#Nutritiouslaadu with oats, dates, flax seeds, nuts and dinka
Nutritious laadu with oats, dates, flax seeds, nuts and dinka- no syrup making skills required!

Gul Pohe are offered to God along with faral on the first day of Diwali. My children are not fans of Gul Pohe, so I came up with this vadi/burfi 🙂

#Diwalirecipes
Gul Pohe Vadi
#easyshrikhadrecipe
Kesar Pista Shrikhand in 30 minutes for Paadwa!
#easyrecipe, #Indianfusion #pearrabdi #dessertrecipe for #Dassera #healthier #rubdi #rabdirecipe
Pear Rubdi with Candied Pears for your Diwali parties!

And ending the memorable Diwali celebration with Indfused’s most downloaded recipe- Paan truffles with Gulkand Centers for Bhaubeej!

 

#paantruffles
Paan Truffles with Gulkand Centers

Wishing you and your family a Happy and Healthy Diwali season!

Love,

Sandhya

 

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    1. Thanks so much Suzanne. It has been super busy . I made some more things but did not have the time to photograph and write the post :).

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    1. Thanks so much Arv. Sutarfeni is a very popular dessert in Maharashtra. I think it is a Persian influence. Traditionally the thin noodles are deep fried but I have a baked version here.

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