10 Indian Festive Recipes

Festivals are an integral part of India. They depict the Indian culture and values. Festivals act as a solid foundation for family members to come together and celebrate. Food is a big part of Indian celebrations and festivals . Every festival has its own special dish or preparation. We bring to you the top 10 popular recipes that can be a part of all food menus at various Indian festivals...

1) Motichoor Ladoo

Motichoor ladoo tops every Indian's preferred list of sweets. The taste of these succulent sinful tiny pearls is heavenly. The trick to making perfect motichoor ladu pearls is using motichoor ladoo jhara,

Check out full recipe here 

Serve your ladoos in this unique platter and wow your guests: Ladoo Decorative Platter

2) Ajwain Methi Poori

A variation of Maharastrian tikhat mithachi poori, this ajwain methi poori can make any day special! Full recipe here 

Keep your Pooris fresh & stylish with these air tight containers made of wood...


3) Shrikhand

A delicious yogurt sweet. This particular recipe us made using yogurt and magoes but you can make it plain or using other fruits. Full Shrikhan recipe here.

Serve your Shrikhand in the most authentic way in these beautiful bowls.


4) Chakli

One dish many names. Chakli, muruku, chakri etc. This crispy little snack can be easily made at home. It is a must during Diwali but can also prepared at other festivals.

Full recipe here

Keep your Chaklis fresh & stylish with these air tight containers made of wood...


5) Besanache Ladoo

​Besanache Ladoo or Besan Ladoo is the Maharastrian version of the popular Indian sweet besan ke ladu. It is usually prepared during festivals such as Diwali, Ganesha Chathurthi, etc
Full recipe here

Serve your ladoos in this unique Kalakari Manipur Stone platter : Ladoo Decorative Platter


6) Moong dal halwa

​Mung dal halwa probably comes second to ‘ Gajar ka halwa (Carrot Halwa), when you talk about Indian special desserts. This one is rich, succulent and sinfully sweet!

Check out how to make moong dal halwa the easy way here

Jazz up the halwa by serving it on this affordable Silver Plated Decorative Platter  

7) Gujiya

‘’Gujiya’’ is synonymous with Holi, In this recipe Sapna shows the traditional way of making delicious Gujiyas. Check out her full recipe here

Keep your Gujiyas fresh & stylish with these air tight containers made of wood...


8) Lavang Lata

​Lavang Lata is a traditional Oriya sweet treat loved by everyone. It is traditionally stuffed with Lavang (clove) flavored Khoya but in this version of the recipe, the sweet pockets are also stuffed with dry fruits. Here's the full recipe


9) Shahi Tukda

​A royal name for a humble dish is how this dessert is described, the humble bread pieces get elevated to the status of a royal pudding as they get treated with ghee, sugar and rabri (a sugary milk reduction).
Full recipe here


10) Suji Naryal Ladoos

A versatile indian sweer for every festival.. Perfect for Diwali, Holi, Dusherra and all Poojas. Check out this versatile sweet recipe