DIWALI – the festival which keeps everyone busy.. Festival of lights, fire crackers, house cleaning, new clothes, exchange of gifts and more gifts, get-together’s, diwali dinner’s, puja and not to forget food, mithai (sweets), more food and more and more sweets.. Foodies Festival for me..
Ever since our childhood we are so accustomed to invite guests for dinner parties or visit them, exchange gifts and love.. Those moments were filled with happiness, fun and made loads of memories to treasure.. But now being far away from home Diwali is not the same.. We hardly have parties or the same zest to celebrate the festival.. But yes we try our best to celebrate it by organising a couple of dinner parties, lighting up our house, sparkles for kids, puja but still there is something missing.. I am sure every person who is away from home misses the festival spirit and fun immensely which can only be felt back home..
So this year feeling nostalgic and longing to be home during the festival, I have opened my blog to my blogger friends.. I am inviting my fellow bloggers to do a guest post for Diwali.. With lot’s of gratitude I appreciate you all taking out time from your busy schedules ..In this way at least we are exchanging recipes!! Awesome recipes are the greatest gift for food enthusiast; so I am collecting mine:)
My fifth guest blogger is Pushpita who owns an amazing blog : Ei Gi Chakhum do visit her blog for some amazing recipes. Pushpita is a very talented blogger,We connected because of our common passion for cooking and blogging.. We both have been around for a while and been in touch since then.. Please do visit her page and follow her for some really interesting recipes
Thank you Pushpita for sharing such an amazing and unusual recipe, and really appreciate for taking time out and creating such an creative dish for my series.. Please click here to get the step by step detailed recipe..
Few highlights from her recipe post
- No Indian Festival is complete without a sweet delicacy. Hence sharing a traditional dessert with added sweetner, Sitaphal Rabdi. Sitaphal or Custard Apples are in season in the Western part of the country now, so thought of adding them into this mildly sweet, thick milk dessert.
- This happens to be one fruit which I wasn’t much fond of until I had store bought ice-cream flavoured with this sweet smelling fruit for the very first time way back in the year 2005 and then a recent Rabdi eating experience had gotten me fall for it.
Thank you Pushpita once again for the lovely recipe and I wish you good luck ..
Thanks for stopping by 🙂
Hope you all had an awesome Diwali!!