ದೀಪಾವಳಿ ತಿಂಡಿಗಳು/Deepavali snacks

Coming back to blogging after a long break over the deepavali is like just landing after a jet lag. The weekend of deepavali was filled with fun and feast for us celebrating with family and friends it was overall a fun filled events and celebrations for kids.

From clockwise Rava laadu, Chakkali, mixture, kara sev, Shankar pole, karjikai, Suji cookies, dry fruit burfis

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I would like to share the recipe for Mixture. Though many have their versions this is my version of masalas i used.
All you need
poha- 1/2 kg
groundnuts – 1/2 cup
split chick peas – 1/2 cup
curry leaves – 1/2 cup
raisins -1/2 cup
chilli powder – as per taste
sugar powder – 1 tbsp
salt – as required
fennel/saunf seeds – 1 tbsp
corainder seeds – 1tbsp
jeera seeds – 1 tbsp
oil for deep frying

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Method:

  • Deep fry poha using a strainer in a deep frying pan with oil
  • deep fry rest of them groundnuts, chick peas, curry leaves
  • Deep fry the coriander seeds, jeera seeds and fennel seeds strain and just pound them coarsely it must not be finely powdered
  • Mix all the fried ingredients in a large pan adding salt, sugar, chilli powder well.
  • Store in air tight jars can be used for 2 weeks or more.

Dry fruit Burfi

All you need

Cashew nuts chopped – 1 cup
Pistachios chopped – 1/4 cup
Almonds chopped – 1/4 cup
Grated desicated coconut – 1/8 cup
Poppy seeds – 1 tbsp
raisins – 1/4 cup
jaggery - 1 cups
ghee – 1 tbsp

Method

  • Dry roast/bake cashews, almonds, and pistachois until lightly roasted
  • Heat a tbsp of ghee add powdered jaggery  with 1 tbsp of water
  • Let the jaggery reach a soft ball consistency for syrup
  • Check the consistency by adding a drop of jaggery to cold water to form into soft balls
  • Once the syrup reaches the consistency add all the dry fruits mix well
  • pour it on a plate coated with ghee. Wait for a 5 mintues and cut into desired shapes.

Thanks a lot for all my friends who have left inspiring comments and asking about my well being. I am doing fine due to personal reasons i am not able to blog at present at the same time my laptop is at service. So i will be on short break until laptop is back to work. I will check on all my freinds please bear with me until then. Thanks for all the time wish you all a happy weekend :)

A Special thanks to Shilpa from Aayisrecipes for the stepwise rava ladoo which turned out fabulous.

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27 Responses to “ದೀಪಾವಳಿ ತಿಂಡಿಗಳು/Deepavali snacks”

  1. redchillies Says:

    What an awesome spread Roopa. I am sure you had a great Deepavali. Best wishes and good luck with everything and hope you blog soon.
    Oh, btw love to have your recipe for Suji cookies.

    Thanks RC :) we had a great time. will get back soon hope . Will blog the suji recipe sure!

  2. Asha Says:

    Yummy plate! I like all sweets and savories you made! I am tired of eating sweets too.
    Glad you had a great Diwali. I am taking a break in two weeks too, my brain is tired!:D

    Thanks Asha, i know what you mean by brain is tired same goes here too after diwali its real we need a rest :)

  3. sunita Says:

    Roopa, glad you enjoyed your Diwali…that plate is what I’m drooling over now :-)

    Thanks Suni :)

  4. sia Says:

    slurrrrrrrrrp… i liked dry fruits recipe roopa:) i received ur mail. will reply back soon:) have a gr8 weekend

    Thanks sia, dry fruit burfi try madu chalo battu :)

  5. kribha Says:

    Yum…the festive platter looks exceptionally good. I love the dry fruits burfi very much. Thanks for sharing it.

    Thanks dear

  6. musy Says:

    First of all, thanks for playing Hamsadhvani! it totally cheered me up. and thanks for sharing the mixture, i am all for more variety :). You made soooooooo many sweets, dear :). Do you still have some :).

    Oh and your comment about blogging after break and equating it with jet lag totally cracked me up :-D. i posted after ages y’day and had similar feeling-but you articulated it so well :).

    Oh dear thanks musy! i am glad you liked them about the jet lag i really don’t have words and am too tired to post anything dear :)

  7. sagari Says:

    thats a yummy yummy food hope u had had a wonderfull diwali

    Thanks Sagari! and welcome to my blosposhere hope to see you again :)

  8. Ramya Says:

    hey, nice to have you back after a long time :). Hope you had a wonderful diwali…
    and lovely recipes,btw!!!

    Thanks Ramya! will try to blog back soon dear and thanks for checking on me!

  9. arundati Says:

    wow that’s a fabulous spread!! i love the dry fruit burfi….love the music too….!!

    Thanks Arundati :) hope you had a great diwali too!

  10. shivapriya Says:

    Yummy spread of sweets and savories Roopa. I hope you had a pleasant diwali.

    Thanks Shivapriya :) we had a fabulous diwali

  11. rani Says:

    lovely spread…could u please share the recipes of the rest of savouries ….chakli and sooji sweet please

    Thanks Rani, for dropping by! i will surely share the recipes!

  12. Namratha Says:

    Fabulous!! I am going to try the mixture recipe for sure..

    Thanks Namratha! mixture recipe try madi nodi :)

  13. Kumudha Says:

    Such a delicious spread for diwali!

    I want to try dry fruits burfi sometime. Thanks for the recipes!

    Thanks kumudha :)

  14. Viji Says:

    Hi Roopa, hope you had a nice time during Diwali. All the goodies look very nice. Viji

    Thanks viji, glad to have you back :)

  15. sig Says:

    lovely platter! Hope you had a great festival season Roopa, good to have you back :)

    thanks sig :)

  16. sia Says:

    hope ur laptop has recovered now ;)

    yes :) thanks dear will see when i can blog !

  17. Cynthia Says:

    I like the fact that it is one mixture and you can make so many things with it.

    Welcome back!

    thanks Cyntia :)

  18. preeti bhandari Says:

    oh how much I wished I can pick this plate from the screen, it was so lively and tempting am longing to eat all of them, hopefully will have once back to india.. thanks for sharing recipes of two of them.. would love to read other’s recipe too

    Welcome preeti and hope to see you again :) i will try to post other recipes soon!

  19. Bharathy Says:

    Soory Roopa, me too is a little away from blogging and not visiting my blogger friiends’ places lately..

    Hope you had a wonderful diwali..the goodies look perfect..esp I love those ladoos :)..and I always flop making them.. :)

    Even I am on a semi-break :) get back when you really feel like blogging ..:)…hope you will get into the frequency soon :D

    never mind dear :) me too feeling the same yet not in mood, hope to come back soon

  20. lathanarasimhan Says:

    Liked your mixture roopa! :)

    Thanks Latha

  21. outofthegarden Says:

    Hi Roopa, it’s great to see your beautiful festival treats all together — will look for you back when you are able and sans jet-lag too :)

    Thanks Linda :) i will try to be back soon !

  22. Lakshmi Says:

    fantastic plate Roopavre. :)

    Thanks Lakshmi :)

  23. Grihini Says:

    rave unde nodalu thumba chennagide.

    Thanks Grihini :) thinalu nu chenagittu :)

  24. Suma Gandlur Says:

    You have great patience girl. You made all those yummy stuff!

    oh thanks Suma :)

  25. seema Says:

    Roopa,
    Wow did you make all those for diwali? The plate full of thindis look awesome. You really had feast at your place. Take it easy girl. I am on and off blogging as well. I am missing it but yeah i guess its just taking some time. Enjoy your weekend.

  26. sandeepa Says:

    hey how come I missed this yummy post. You made so many things for Diwali, my god, you are a trooper

  27. swapna susarla Says:

    The poha mixture looks great roopa!!


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