Marathi diwali faral recipes

KHARE CHIROTE / SALTED INDIAN FLAKY PASTRY

KHARE CHIROTE / SALTED INDIAN FLAKY PASTRY

called as ‘Sata’ or ‘Satha’ in Marathi. Chirote / Chiroti is a light and flaky Diwali faral that is relished by many in most Maharashtrian homes
Karanji (Olya naralachya karanjya)

Karanji (Olya naralachya karanjya)

(This is called as “Mohan” in marathi). Karanji is a also a traditional Maharashtrian sweet (faral item) made during the festive occasion of diwali
Oats and Poha Chivda

Oats and Poha Chivda

A traditional marathi chivda recipe, with oats in it. Once she got a little older and couldn't really cook much, she would supervise me and I would make this chivda, for diwali 'faral' and to be distributed to the neighbours
Sweet Potato Kheer--Ratalyachi Kheer

Sweet Potato Kheer--Ratalyachi Kheer

I am planning to make the regular marathi favourite bhajani chakli as well, so Mr. Diwali, the festival of lights is next week and I have to start the faral preparations

Diwali Special: Karanji

(Link to Marathi Recipe). Diwali faral is incomplete without these crescent shaped delicacy. Diwali Special

Diwali Special: Karanji

(Link to Marathi Recipe). Diwali faral is incomplete without these crescent shaped delicacy. Karanji comes under 'must have' for us Maharashtrians for Diwali