Thursday, October 19, 2006

Deepavali Snacks

This must be one of the most pollution free Deepavali in Chennai. You can hardly hear any sound of fire crackers. Probably due to the stringent rules in giving licence to retail shops.



In our house we normally prepare the Deepavali sweets and snacks at home instead of buying it from shops. This year it is Murukku, Ribban Pakoda (seriously, that is what it is called), Adhirasam, Mavurundai and Baadusha.

11 comments:

D.N.A. said...

Nalla irum! Verupethave kilambineengalakum?

Deepa said...

I drooled literally. Such norukku items seem tastier if they're prepared by someone else. Happy Deebavali.

smiley said...

Home made sweets... good. happy diwali :)

Echo/Lavanya said...

Can we invite ourselves for sampling (rather hogging) the snacks?

Happy Deepavali to you and your family!

sudha said...

dna, yaamirukka bayamen - this year i will ensure ur(in fact everyone else's) deepavalli is better than mine, trust me..:P

Chenthil said...

D.N.A - Purpose of the post is achieved :-)

Deepa - Wish you too a happy deepavali.

Smiely - You too.

Lavanya - you are welcome. We can probably have a Blog meet on Sunday where I can bring samples.

Sudha - edho solreenga, aana ennannu puriyala

sudha said...

illai, am throwing a party this year for which i am pretty sure going to get thrashed, so dna can basically schadenfreud(verb?) me.

sorry - twasnt so apparent earlier

Krishna Shankar said...

Happy Deepavali!

ashok said...

happy deepavali chen...ensoiii !!!

I said...

iniya deepavali nall vazhthukkal. Looks like good side dish for thanni adiching.

A Deeper Shade of Blue said...

Certainly more tasteful than dirty laundry ! ;)