Diwali preparations are still going on in every household, from cleaning to making sweets, preparing lovely snacks…This year Diwali falls on Oct 23rd which is a weekday, so the festivities are not going to be elaborate specially in the US. There will evening Puja along with some yummy food and sweets.
So this morning I was rushing to see what I can make for our Diwali event as I had plans for the day and probably couldn’t make anything until tomorrow. But wanted to make something today itself.
Started Diwali preparations with a crispy and savory snack which reminds me of my childhood in India. When I was in India, I still remember when we used to go to this one bakery all the time, Ranbir Bakery for all our snacks, and pastries.
So, they say one should at least five fruits a day..But do you think anyone eats as recommended, I don’t think so. People like who are lazy to cut fruits for myself or sometimes, I will forget..There are so many excuses..
One of the yummiest North Indian dish Drumsticks Aloo Masala. This is drumstick vegetable not the chicken drumsticks. These drumsticks are pods of the plant called Moringa oleifera. It is native to the southern foothills of Himalayas.