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Diwali Roundup - Savoury Part II

Diwali Roundup - Savoury Part II

I'm back with second part of Diwali roundup, did you guys check the Part I? Here is one more exciting round with all the savoury to drool over. Thanks to all of you for sending such wonderful recipes/entry for the event. So, lets start our part II and enjoy the snacks.

I have try to included all the entries, if I have missed out any kindly do let me know.
The first Savoury/snack entry came from dear Priya of Easy N Tasty Recipe, and the feast starts with ever green our very own Chakli or Muruku. I have never seen a Diwali without Chakli/Muruki whether it be our house or any one else ...so starting our savoury list with Chakli is great. Priya has sent over Coconut flavour chakli/muruku which she adapted from her mom recipe and she has share some very good useful tips with us.

Next some Pakora...and it's Sprouted Moongdal Pakora.. a healthy and delicious pakora which she guarantee that will disappear in mins :)

Next is something which will make you drool over..it's a crunchy, yummy snack to eat anytime ..Ribbon Pakoda...yup it reminds the sweet shops displaying fresh different kind of pokoda. Vidhya has sent over this wonderful pakoda for the event...get the recipe on her blog to make some.

Whether it's festive, weekend or rainy days the first thing comes in mind is Pakodas.....Lakshmi has sent crispy Pakoda over to the event for all of us to enjoy too.

Here comes Uppu Seedai..the regular seedai we can find in most of the shops in Chennai/TN. This is one of the simple things which you just can't stop eating ;)...Lakshmi has sent us over Uppu Seedai in Oval Shape and they are looking very cute. Check her recipe along with useful tips.

Ok this is one savoury which I never heard of and that too being in Chennai!! It's a totally new for me and guess what am loving it....it's call Seepu Seedai. Look at the pic and tell me if you don't like to grab them and eat it. This is is also from Lakshmi. In btw Seepu means Combo and because of this combo like shape this snack got the name says Lakshmi.

Ribbon Pakoda appearing second time in our feast from Prema's Kitchen, check her recipe for othe perfect ribbon pakoda recipe.

Here comes Muruku from Divya's place to our event, look at those muruku and tell me if can say Divya made them for 1st time. Doesn't look rite? I think the same, but she is satisfy from her 1st attempt and that's sure gives us reason to check her recipe :)

One more muruku entry from Priya, after her muruku with coconut flavor this time is for the moongdal muruku which she says is very popular with kids, am sure it's hit with all age group people.

Ribbon Pakoda is making 3rd time entry into our event...from this you can understand how famous and delicious this savoury should be. Sukanya has sent us this lovely looking pakodas...which she enjoying muching with tea.

It's Murukku again, and this time from Sarada's place, she has written her childhood memories how she used to enjoy the process of her mom's making murukku. Check her recipe for the details and some wonderful tips.


So you guys thought you had enough of murkku? Wrong, murukku is still going strong in our event and this time it's Shreya's contribution. This year Diwali has been special not only for Shreya but for me too, we got to meet eachover and it was so wonderful to meet the fellow blogger :)...do check her blog for the her version of murukku.

Here comes a typical Bengali starter Daler Vada from Sudeshna's place. Check her post to check the lovely diyas she and her sister have painted together.

It's back! Yup it's murukku :)..hehe it's real fun now, and this time from Kayal for whom this year Diwali is very special; check her space to know what's special with diwali and also to know different kinds of flours used and how to prepare/make them.

Let's go a little light on stomach with some Quick bhadang, this one is from Vandy which she prepared during Diwali.

Here is detail guide on how to prepare traditional Gujarati's Mathiya from Purva which she prepared this year following her Granny's foot step...how cute.

And here comes my entry for the event. Sev, Mathi and Namakpara which we make usually in all the Diwali in our home.

Arundhuti has send successfully 3rd dish as Mangsho Ghugni. Now check her blog to find out what's that, but let me tell me it's very different ;)

So after all the snacks and savory lets finish off the feast with a perfect Diwali Thali/Meal, sent us over by Veda check her space for the wonderful recipes.

So guys that's all for now...I'll be back with roundup part III so do stay tune and check the space for update :-)....and Thanks a lot for all your support, incase of any correction please do let me know.
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17 comments:

  1. Yummmyyyyyyyyyy round up. I am drooling over all delicious savoury snacks....

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  2. Awesome 2nd roundup Priti..waiting for the 3rd one..

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  3. Awesome Priti! A delicious round-up very well done! Waiting for Part 3.

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  4. You have definitely done a great job by putting all the posts by fellow foodies... Hats off...

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  5. hi Priti, I have been away from the blog world for so long now! I did check Part I of the round up too, a quick glance, just the perfect round up for a sparkling event. Part II also you have done such a wonderful job:-) Hope we get to meet soon:D

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  6. WOw..thats a lovely round up and lots to try..I missed again babes... :(

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  7. A delicious round-up.Awesome Priti!you have done such a wonderful job:-)

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  8. chakali and murukkus look yum,..yummy roundup,...got to try ribbon pakoda looks um,..

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  9. lovely round up of some great foods

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  10. everything looks delecious priti, nice roundup

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  11. i was searching for chakali recipe...woo there are lots an lots here...gud job again..waiting for the 3rd...:)

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  12. nice round up..am drooling looking at all those dishes..

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  13. Wow every recipe looks awesome. Good Work dear. This is regarding the query you left in my chicken fry recipe. I use kadai in making out fries dear. After water gets absorbed completely, using a spatula or long spoon i move the pieces to the coner making a deep hole in between the kadai and then there i will pour the oil and heat it for sometime and mix up the pieces when oil gets heated up. Hope i made it clear without confusing you. I use nearly 5-6 tbsp oil for 1/2 kg chicken, prawns and mutton. If you have any doubt then please let me know dear.

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