DIWALI DINNER MENU

Dal Makhani

Rich, Creamy, Buttery and so Delicious, Dal Makhani is a Lentil Stew which is one of the most popular dishes in Indian restaurants. This is apt for special occasions and festivals like Diwali.

Paneer Butter Masala

It is essentially one of the simplest yet satiating Indian accompaniments made using dollops of fresh cream, paneer, and spices. This paneer recipe can be easily made at home and perfect for a Diwali treat.

Bhindi Do Pyaza

Cooked with lots of onions, Bhindi Do Pyaza is an Indian Vegetarian curry made with Okra which is everyone’s favorite. It is a great gluten-free dish to serve with Indian bread. 

Boondi Raita

Boondi Raita is a healthy and delicious accompaniment made with yogurt and small fried balls made of chickpea flour and it goes very well with Indian festive meals.

Garlic Naan

This buttery Garlic Naan is a delicious Indian bread which is made using all-purpose flour. Traditionally it is made in Tandoor, but now with this recipe, you can make it at home on a stovetop or in an oven. A perfect bread to serve with Diwali Main Course

Bagara Rice

A traditional Hyderabadi style rice dish which is so appealing and would best pair with some Dal Makhani. Will bring a lot of Diwali festival cheer on your dinner table 

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa is a popular Indian dessert made with skinless split green gram (mung lentils) and ghee (clarified butter). It’s very rich and sweet with loads of ghee and dry fruits. This is exactly what a Diwali sweet looks like!

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