Today I bring to you all a collection of 77 exemplary, scrumptious, easy and graceful Diwali Savory Snacks Recipes.
Are you all in a festive mood? We all are. To keep your in the mood of festivities, I am sharing this wonderful Diwali snack recipes collection with you.
As I promised earlier that I will be sharing a collection of snacks recipes that can be prepared during this celebration and other similar festive occasions. So here I am with the second post on the Diwali recipe series. For the curious ones, here’s the first post about Diwali Sweets which was [62 EASY AND DELICIOUS DIWALI SWEET RECIPES].
A little intro about Diwali or Deepavali for those who don’t know about this Indian festival of light.:
Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights. It is particularly associated with Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity, and marks the beginning of the financial year in India. This festival also signifies the victory of light over darkness. Diwali is one of the most popular, biggest and brightest Indian festivals, and this is the vacation time too. You can read more about [Diwali] on wikipedia. It’s the time when all the family and friends gather, exchange gifts and sweets. Diwali is quite near, so the festivities have finally started.
We all know that food plays an important role in the celebrations. And for any festival, we all want finger-licking savory snacks to complement the sweet dishes. All Festivities need savory snacks and starters as much as we need sweet dishes. I must say savory snacks are the highlight of every festival — they are the most popular and essential dishes of Diwali too. Believe me, they add much more enthusiasm to any festive spirit. There is nothing quite like an inviting table decorated with a variety of Diwali sweets and snacks.
So I decided to compile some of my favorite Diwali Snacks/Starters recipes. I debated to myself which links would be worthy to be used for an entire post. And then, I went through my Diwali favorites and realized that all these recipes needed to be here on a single post. Yes, all these awesome links needed a single awesome whole collection post.
And I am so excited about all the recipes I have listed here. This list seems a bit long, but it’s AH-MAZING. And you can start by making one dish today and still have plenty left to spread out over the next few days.
So why not make all these days festival days, and have something festive every day till Diwali. Because these savory recipes I am sharing today are so good, that you don’t want to miss any of them.
So let’s get started.
Here is the an amazing compilation of Diwali Savory Snacks Recipes. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I do!
Aloo Poori or Puri Sabji is a North Indian breakfast-lunch recipe. Sabji is a spicy potato dish which is served with puffed up, deep fried Indian bread poori. →
Baked Tart with Chickpea Curry and Tamarind Chutney is warm, buttery, crisp, filled with chickpea curry, and comes with the sweet-spicy-fragrant flavors. →
Bombay Masala Toast is a classic, crispy, tasty, and a quick snack, and making this is very easy and simple. →
Broccoli Beet Crispy Fingers or Croquettes are vegan snacks and can also be made gluten-free. A great way to sneak up the vegetables in your child’s diet. →
Caramelized Peach Pesto Tart is the most divine appetizer ever. They are full of caramelized peaches, pesto, feta cheese with blueberries and pistachio. →
Munching on Namkeen (Crispy Savoury Snack) is very common in India. This Chana Dal Namkeen is a crunchy and spicy snack made using soaked Chana Dal. →
These yummy, cheesy, garlicky sticks of goodness are made from the ready made basic pizza base. They make a perfect snack with figs mayo dip and red wine. →
Aloo Palak Pakora - Spinach Potato Fritters fritters make a great appetizer, snack, brunch or even breakfast. Serve these crispy snacks with hot tea/coffee. →
Crispy Fried Chana Recipe | Crunchy Crispy Chickpeas. Crunchy Chana Masala is a very chatpata (spicy), kurkura (crunchy) North Indian style snack. →
Gujarati Khaman Dhokla in 2 Styles are so soft and spongy. A savory, sweet, tangy and mildly spiced steamed cake is all you need to start a beautiful day. →
How to make Puri Bhaji. ‘Poori Bhaji’ is a combination of two dishes served together where ‘Poori’ is a puffed up, flaky deep fried Indian bread. →
Oats Suji Ka Dhokla is a savory steamed cake recipe that is suitable for breakfast, or teatime snack. It is a healthy and filler dish made with oats and rava. →
Irresistible Potato Red Cabbage is a very hearty, healhty, and delicious which can be ready in minutes. This is best served with green chutney and hot tea. →
These crisp, flaky, deep-fried Kachoris stuffed with onion filling are so tasty. Learn to make Jaipuri Pyaaz Ki Kachori recipe with step by step photos. →
Jeera Biscuits or Cumin Cookies are typical Indian bakery style tea time cookies. Zeera biscuits have a perfect balance of sweet and mildly salty flavors. →
This Kala Chana Chaat is loaded with the combination of deliciousness and good health. This perfectly healthy and nutritious chaat would surely make your day. →
Learn to make Khaman Dhokla Recipe | How To Make Instant Soft and Spongy Dhokla with step by step video tutorial. Instant Khaman Dhokla is a healthy snack. →
Masala Mathri are popular North Indian style crispy and spicy fried crackers. They are often made during festivals such as Diwali and Holi. →
Masaledar jau ki papdi or spicy barley crackers are easy to make and healthy super scrumptious snacks. Make them if you have friends coming over for brunch. →
Moong Dal Namkeen | Salted Crunchy Fried Moong Dal Snack.Each spoonful of this festive moong dal namkeen is generously seasoned with salt and pepper. →
Palak Patta Chaat is a stunning and delightful appetizer/starter from North India, made with besan coated spinach leaves fritters, yogurt and chutneys. →
This classic bread has a perfectly sweet grilled peaches, whipped ricotta cheese, grilled zucchini, roasted peanuts, balsamic glaze and basil in every bite. →
Bread Pakora is a popular street food of North India. This spicy and crispy deep fried snack can be served as an appetizer, brunch, or tea-time snack. →
Chole Bhature is one of the tempting and flavorful dishes from Punjabi Cuisine. The union of Chickpea Curry and Fried Flatbreads is known as Chole Bhature. →
Rajasthani Mirchi Vada is a famous street food of Rajasthan. They are chili peppers stuffed with potato and then dipped in gram flour batter and deep-fried. →
Red Cabbage Cauliflower Radish Chickpea Pancake is a savory pancake, made with awesomely delicious veggies. This makes a wonderful breakfast or snack. →
Instant Rice Chakli Recipe is a popular Indian deep-fried namkeen (savory snack). The crispy texture, and spicy flavors of this Chakli makes it delicious. →
These Salty-Sweet Whole Wheat Onion Crackers are deeply crispy and crunchy that are hard to resist. They are a wonderful tea time snack. →
Want to know how it feels like when you have a combo of Samosa French loaf + Green Chutney? A french loaf stuffed with some spicy samosa filiing is divine. →
This Grilled Pita Burger is super delicious Indian style burger made with seasoned sweet potato filling, which is dipped in gram flour batter, and pan fried. →
Learn how to make Steamed Veg Momos or Dim Sum and Spicy Chili Chutney Recipe with step-by-step video instructions. Veg momos recipe is a Tibetan street food. →
Learn to make Restaurant style Tandoori Paneer Tikka recipe with video instructions in 4 ways using oven, pan, grill and panini maker. A perfect appetizer. →
This popular street food Vada Pav (Vada Pao / Wada Pav / Wada Pao) is a budget-friendly and gratifying Indian Style Burger from the streets of Mumbai. →