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10 Amazing Namkeen Diwali Snacks

Diwali is a time where you are expected to get lots of guests. Preparing home made snacks during such occasions has been a tradition since a long time. Here is a list of easy to make traditional Diwali snacks that you can proudly serve your guests.

Coconut Milk Muruku

They are crispy, little sweet and full of coconut flavour.

Namak Pare

Crispy, deep fried sticks are easy to make and tastes delicious.

Gujarati Gathiya

Traditional Gujarati Snack that can be served to your guests with tea or can even be added in your favourite mixture.

Bhakarwadi

Bhakarwadi are fried savory snack rolls with a spicy stuffing and look like pinwheel cookies. Bhakarwadi has a good shelf life, can be stored at room temperatures for weeks, these savory bhakarwadi rolls are good travel companion to munch on, and go well with Indian tea (chai).

Thenkuzhal Murukku

Tradition South Indian snack, originated from Tamil Nadu, is sure to get you lot's of appreciation.

Diwali Mixture

South indian use different set of ingredients to prepare mixture. Few like to add sweet boondi to mixture and serve it. So here is a different recipe that include various ingredients that bursts in your mouth.

Cornflakes chivda

Cornflakes chivda is healthy Diwali snack or namkeen recipe if made using cornflakes cereal. I always love any kind of chivda whether it is poha chivda, oats chivda, honey oats chivda, fried poha chivda or this cornflakes chivda.

Thattai

Thattai is a yummy snack which is perfect for serving it to your guests during the festive season

Omapodi

Omapodi or oma podi or om podi is usually made for Diwali snacks or savories. I love to just eat them plain by handful. It is the main ingredient that forms the major part while making the South Indian Madras Mixture. It is also used in chaats, to add more crunch either as the base.

Rice Krispies Chiwda

With little oil, brown rice puffs and no frying - it is a very healthy snack.