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Simply delicious Diwali recipes. Share yours!

Last updated on: October 24, 2013 16:13 IST
Sago Kheer

With the festive season upon us and Diwali coming up, we bring you these special recipes to celebrate the festive season. You can share yours too!

It is that time of the year again when the festive cheer is all around. And when festivities are in the air, can food be far behind?

We asked a few people what special dessert they plan to make during the festive season. 

Here, we bring you some interesting recipes to sweeten up your Diwali:

Sago Banana Kheer

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Recipe courtesy: Dipali Saigal, interior designer, Chandigarh

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Do you have an interesting Diwali recipe to share?  Write in to us at getahead@rediff.co.in (Subject: Diwali recipes) with your name, hometown and any interesting details about the origin of the recipe, along with a photograph if possible. We'll publish the best preparations right here on Rediff.com and in India Abroad.

Diwali recipes: Sago kheer, pumpkin fudge and more

Last updated on: October 24, 2013 16:13 IST
Pumpkin Fudge
Pumpkin Fudge

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Recipe courtesy: Anindita Mukherjee, primary school teacher, Kolkata

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Do you have an interesting Diwali recipe to share?  Write in to us at getahead@rediff.co.in (Subject: Diwali recipes) with your name, hometown and any interesting details about the origin of the recipe, along with a photograph if possible. We'll publish the best preparations right here on Rediff.com and in India Abroad.

Diwali recipes: Sago kheer, pumpkin fudge and more

Last updated on: October 24, 2013 16:13 IST
Fruit Seviyaan Kheer

Fruit Seviyaan Kheer

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Recipe courtesy: Chinmoyee Sarkar, home maker, Delhi

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Do you have an interesting Diwali recipe to share?  Write in to us at getahead@rediff.co.in (Subject: Diwali recipes) with your name, hometown and any interesting details about the origin of the recipe, along with a photograph if possible. We'll publish the best preparations right here on Rediff.com and in India Abroad.