Welcome to the November 2023 Diwali Special Hindi and English edition of Zayka Ka Tadka magazine.
May your Diwali be as bright and colorful as a sky full of fireworks, and may it bring joy and prosperity that shines throughout the year! 🪔✨
Delicious food plays a significant role in Diwali celebrations. Diwali is a time for family and friends to come together, and sharing delicious food adds to the festive atmosphere, fostering a sense of togetherness. Many traditional recipes and sweets are prepared during Diwali, connecting people to their cultural heritage and customs.
Sweets and other foods symbolize the sweetness and prosperity that people wish for in the coming year, making them an integral part of the celebration. Food is often offered to god during Diwali prayers and rituals, emphasizing its importance in the spiritual aspect of the festival. Exchanging food items, especially sweets, is a common Diwali tradition. It’s a way to show love and respect to family, friends, and neighbours. Diwali is a time to enjoy and indulge in special treats, which brings joy and happiness to the celebration.
In summary, delicious food is a central element of Diwali celebrations, uniting people, symbolizing blessings, and enhancing the overall festive experience.
So, definitely try these below-mentioned recipes, and share your valuable feedback with us Please feel free to forward and share this magazine with family and friends.
|Gathiya Kachori||Barbecue On Tawa|
|Nippattu | Nippat||Soya Chunks 65|
|Til Gud Barfi||Dosa Pizza|
|Gujarati Chorafali||Crispy Paneer|
|Cheesy Garlic Bread||Soft Spongy Rasgulla Recipe|
|Paneer Pakoda Without Frying||Shakkarpara|
|Dry Fruits Aata Ladoo||Aata Gud Ki Barfi|
|Rajasthani Besan Chakki||Coconut Gujiya|
|Kabul Husli Prasad||Fry Aloo Samosa|
|Namkeen Chivda||Dahi Bhalle|
|Gond Khajoor Ke Ladoo||Instant Jalebi|
|Cheesy Tomato Pakoda||Meethi Sewaiyan|
|Kaju Pista Roll Without Fire||Kaju Katli In Fruit Shapes|
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Keep cooking and eat healthy …
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