My faral consists of:
1) Chivda: The yellow one in the center
I made one with Mamra/murmura/flaked rice as I did not get Thin Poha(flattened rice) :(
and now move up to
2) Besan Laadu: The yellow balls
This time I made it in microwave just like I did rawa ladus.. Find the non microwave recipe for besan laadu's here
and follow clockwise to
3) Shev: The brownish spirals
I didnt prepare this and chakli last year as I didnt have the chakli press.. But had to make it this time.. Very simple and oh so crispy.. recipe will follow later
4) Tikhat Shankarpale:
Not actually tikhat but salted.. Also called as namkeen i guess.. recipe will follow later
My favourite.. Made it using rice flour and not the real maharashtrian way using bhajani (this is a special mix which is used for chaklis).. Find the recipe here...
This is the naivedya that we have for the most important day of Diwali... Laxmi Pujan.. Or do I say "Euro Pujan" ;) Recipe follows *soon* as they turned out really well and I just dont wanna miss the recipe thats still on my mind by not posting it :D
7) Gode Shankarpale:
The sweet ones..This was my first trial at this using sugar syrup.. Mom usually makes it using Jaggery.. my recipe will follow later.. And mom's version too will be up sometime
Thats for today.. My Karanji recipe will be posted next.. Hope you guys are having a great Diwali with just lights and no crackers!