Saturday, October 01, 2011

Diwali Sweet Desserts / Diwali Sweets Recipes

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Wooooh..!!!
Here comes the Diwali Festival month, with all its immense joy and celebrations...!
Lets get prepared to enjoy the lights, crackers and sweets.  Its our time to enjoy feasting on mouthwatering sweets, exchange with friends & neighbours and share our love.  
Check out the Diwali Sweets & Savories recipes here.
I am glad to send my Diwali Sweet recipes to   IndusLadies.com    , who is compiling an e-book containing 100 sweet recipes for this Diwali.   
It’s a wonderful opportunity to send our entries and I strongly believe all my foodie bloggers can send in your recipes too  to 
partners [at ]indusladies [dot ]com
  The last date to participate  is 8 th Oct 2011.
Rules to participate:
Your blog must be atleast one year old and make a blog post inviting other bloggers to do the same.
Benefits:
This E-book will be made available as a free download to our community’s 1.3 Lakh+ members.  In addition, we will also be making this E-Book available to our 9000+ Facebook fans and Twitter followers.   
It’s LOTS and LOTS of exposure to those food blogs entering the E-Book!!  We believe this would be a nice way to get the word out about a wonderful blog to the entire membership of IndusLadies!!
The Special Diwali Sweet:  Adirasam

Sugar dipped Orange delicacy: Jelabi
The Lipsmacking:  Gulab Jamoon 

Most Liked Sweet:  Besan Ke Ladoo
Simply irresistable:  Makkan Peda
Melt in the mouth delicacy: Rasgulla
Traditional Sweet:   Gajar Ka Halwa
Delicious Kheer 
Popular Sweet:  Rawa Ladoo
Diamond shaped delicacy:  Coconut Barfi
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Now Updated:

Soooo....excited, my recipe Adirasam sweet has been selected n published in the eBook of IndusLadies..:)
Check out the below link to see my recipe and also other lipsmacking sweet recipes. 
http://www.indusladies.com/100diwalisweet
Check out more Diwali Sweets & Savories recipes here.

36 comments:

  1. I want them too!....and I love Diwali as well!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  2. Just mouthwatering...can't wait for Diwali now after seeing your lip-smacking pics:)

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  3. Stacks of Diwali sweets n lovely presentation..
    Am your happy follower since long,
    But am not present in your following.. I hope u"ll follow me too !

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  4. Wow the promsie of indulgence:))

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  5. Wow Jay.. Looks awesome... I want to try out Payasam... Do you have a recipe on it?

    Also do check out my new Cupcake recipe at http://crumpledchillies.blogspot.com

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  6. delicious looking dishes Jay

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  7. These desserts all sound delicious!

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  8. Wonderful collection of sweets,among that i love adirasam sooo much.LOVELY PRESENTATION.

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  9. jay, i m drooling here seeing all the dishes.. yummmmm

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  10. jay, i m drooling here seeing all the dishes.. yummmmm

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  11. Great presentation of sweets... I'm sure your recipes would make into the e-book!

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  12. I will also try to send my entries...

    and your sweets looks delicious...

    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  13. Very very yummy links...

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  14. I love these sweets to bad I tried them only when I was in Malaysia. I hope some of my Indian friends here still know who to do them.

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  15. Qué cantidad de dulces y todos se ven muy buenos.
    Besos.

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  16. wow look at that collection!

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  17. wow! so many sweets!! lovely blog :) I am running an event, see if u can send something!! Last date- 10 Oct..
    http://ambrotos.blogspot.com/2011/09/f-for-fresh-fruit-curries-and-contests.html

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  18. Hi Jay-What a festive and sweet celebration month...Diwali!

    Absolutely droolworthy sweets, and dessert you are featuring...love, love, your Kheer, one of my very favorites, and also the Rawa Ladoo:DDD
    Amazing roundup of the best of your Best!
    xoxo

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  19. Wonderful selection of sweets but its just not for me.

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  20. ooh, wonderful diwali delicacies.. i usually make gulab jamun for diwali, thinking of trying rasagulla this time coz i love your recipe..

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  21. Jay, you are making me drool here with your wonderful post and great photos :D

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  22. Jalebi!! hmmmm... Nice pics!

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  23. Please enjoy this festival. :-)

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  24. Absolutely yummilicious!!
    No one can wait for the festival to come over after seeing all this. :)

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  25. wow, so many yummy sweets. hope ur entries get selected :)

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  26. OMG!!! so many sweet recipes in one post. Really mind blowing pics and excellent post.

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  27. Mouthewatering recipes.... Loved your space.

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  28. Wow!,list of loads of sweet stuffs that r truly tempting.Wish to be ur neighbour.

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  29. Congrats Jay. What an intersting list of great recipies.

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  30. so many delicious sweets!

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  31. Wow Jay you've gone all out - each one of those sweets make my mouth water and you are cruel to do this to me from so far away :(((((
    hearty congrats to you about the recipe in the sweets book :)
    Will try my best to send you an entry by the deadline
    hugs, priya

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  32. Such delicious treats! I would have loved to participate, unfortunately the blog is not a year old yet :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  33. oh jay kisses for u dear...

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