MORE SWEETS TIME!!!|| DIWALI SPECIAL.

More sweets time!!! But this time it’s my family giving sweets to my dad’s sister. We decided to give hampers instead of a single sweets box. So here goes another mouth drooling segment of my blog.

Personal life blogging time!!!

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I will put up pictures of my hampers and show you the sweets inside with their dish and description. Don’t drool. 😜

These 2 hampers are for my aunties.

They contain;

Rasgulla.

Rasgulla is made of pounded cottage cheese dough that is carved into small balls and put into simmering sugar syrup. They are very delicious. Yummier than that cheesecake that you show delight in eating.

Soan papdi.

It is made of a thick syrup consisting of sugar, milk and water, that is added to gram flour and normal wheat flour and then mixed and set into a box-shaped container to settle it. It turns out flaky and is the most delicious thing on earth. It has a lot of flavours. 😍😍

Aloo Bhujia

It is a recipe of dry snack made with chickpea flour and potatoes. It is a daily snack in all Indian houses and a must-serve with tea in all Indian families when guests visit. Mostly because its the cheapest snack but also because it’s tasty. It has a tangy and spicy flavour that melts in your mouth as soon as you eat it.

Want some?? Sorry, you are very far from India. 😜 oh, I love teasing all Non-Indians.

Crunchy munchy masala masti.

Want to know what heaven on earth feels like?? Eat this. It’s a really spicy and tasty recipe made from gram flour, soya flour and refined flour that is covered in spices. That is mixed and then fried. It’s so delicious. I actually want to have some now. πŸ˜‹

Shahi Mixture.

This is a royal mixture that contains a lot of nuts and raisins and dry fruits. It’s very expensive but very tasty. All of these ingredients are sauteed in a lot of spices. When tasted its like eating a piece of paradise. This is by far the best snack in Indian history. 😍πŸ₯°

Now my mom’s mother and her family were given the same thing but the pack was smaller and it didn’t contain

These are the hampers.

My mom’s family got more snacks because they don’t eat many sweets.

These are the 2 packs .

They have an addition of :

Nimbu Mixture.

This looks just like a lot bhujia and is made using the same ingredients and spices but the taste mainly focuses on lemon. It’s tangy and sour. As the name suggests because Nimbu means lemon. It’s sour and tasty. It’s definitely worth trying.

BONUS!!

Bottle gourd milk sorbet.

It was served to my family when they came to visit us today. It’s made of bottle gourd pulp, milk, sugar and lots of love. But there won’t be love if its brought from the vendor, then it will be sweat. 😁

That’s it people. I have incomplete posts about Kali Chaudaus and Diwali and New year but I will post them soon. I hope all of you will understand. We get as busy in this festival as you get in Christmas and Easter. So pardon me for late posts.

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FELLOW BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN INDIA. May you all have a happy, healthy and prosperous year ahead. Good luck. Read more, learn more.

That’s it for today, tell me what you did for Diwali and what are your plans for Halloween. I am excited for Halloween!!!

Like, share and follow my blog for crazy new posts. This week is a is disarranged week as I had to add Diwali specials and Halloween specials will be up from tomorrow. I hope you enjoyed my post today.

Thank you for your valuable time.

14 thoughts on “MORE SWEETS TIME!!!|| DIWALI SPECIAL.

  1. God, your post is making me hungry!

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    1. Then eat something, maybe rasgulla or nimbu mixture, what would you like to have?? 😈😈 oh I love this.

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      1. Nimbu mixture will do for now πŸ˜‹

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        1. One packet of Nimbu Mixture coming up in your dreams Right Now. πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚βœŒ

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    1. Should I courier you some?? 😈😈😈 btw have you ever had any of these?? Or any other Indian food? Our Pete has an Indian belly.

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      1. I sadly haven’t. However, the city I recently moved to I believe may have a couple of Indian restaurants and perhaps a store. I’ll have to do some research and expand my horizons.

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        1. You should try. Experimenting is a very good thing your awesome health. I hope you are feeling better now. You do your research and tell me if you try any Indian food. 😁✌

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  2. Happy New Year to you and your family, Suzan.
    We can buy those dry snacks here, but I have never see Paneer Balls. I want some now! πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Happy new year to you too, in advance though. Great, can you do a blog when you buy them? Pleaseeeeee. It’s called rasgullaπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ , not paneer balls. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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      1. I don’t often buy the Indian dry snacks, Suzan. Most of them are a little too spicy for me. πŸ™‚
        I like ‘Paneer Balls’. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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        1. Ok when you do, I want pictures. Spicy is India’s second name. Ok, have fun with “paneer balls.”

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