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Diwali Festive Sweets (Part V)

Today is Govardhan Pooja and Annakoota. Today, it is traditionally accepted that we eat food and snacks prepared in our own kitchen. No outside food or ones given by someone other than close family members cooking in one kitchen. Most importantly, milk rice and curd rice are made today. Among sweets rawa laddoo can be made.

This post will involve the preparation of a salty snack especially to be made today. It’s bhajia. Take one small bowl each rice flour, corn flour and besan. Add to this refined wheat flour in a 1/2 of small bowl. Mix well and add salt, asafoetida, ajwain, cumin seed, red chilli powder and garam masala powder. Prepare a thick batter. Potatoes, raw bananas, dhoodhi, brinjal and capsicum bhajias can be made.

At some homes, people may mix all the vegetables and coconut to prepare a vegetable dish.

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