Festive delicacies with a delicious twist!

Diwali is just around the corner, and it’s time to get our aprons on and celebrate the festival of lights with mouthwatering snacks- now made easy with Mother’s Recipe. After all, what’s Diwali without delicious food that brings our loved ones together? It is a time for traditions, love and togetherness, but it’s also a time to add a touch of creativity to your kitchen. These fusion recipes will not only impress your family but also celebrate the diversity of flavors. 

  1. Paneer Tikka Tacos 

Imagine a crisp taco shell filled with succulent pieces of paneer, marinated with spices and Mother’s Recipe Ginger Garlic Paste and cooked to perfection. Top it off with a dollop of our Tamarind Chutney, some fresh veggies, and a sprinkle of Papad crunch for extra crunch. It’s the perfect fusion of Indian and Mexican flavors. 

        2.Veg Biryani Spring Rolls 

Rolling into the next fusion delight, let's transform your favorite dish into a spring roll. Cook up a flavourful biryani with Mother’s Recipe Veg Biryani Mix and then stuff it into spring roll wrappers. Serve it with a side of our Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for that extra zing. It’s a crunchy, delicious twist that will have your guests asking for seconds. 

        3.Masala Papad Nachos 

You can’t have a Diwali spread without some crunchy snacks, right? Turn your regular nachos into an Indian delight by topping them with a sprinkle of Mother’s Recipe Papad crushed into bits over it. Add some grated cheese, diced veggies for that extra goodness, and a drizzle of our Red Chilli Garlic Chutney for that spicy kick.

         4.Pickle Pizza

Swap out the regular tomato sauce with Mother’s Recipe mixed or mango pickle - this dish will turn your regular pizza into an absolute delight. Add some diced paneer, bell peppers and a hint of fresh basil. Bake it to golden perfection, and you’ve got a pizza that is sweet, spicy and oh-so-irresistible!

So, let Mother's Recipe be your trusted kitchen companion. With their ready-to-cook variants, papads, chutneys, and ginger garlic paste, you can effortlessly add an authentic touch to your fusion dishes. Have a joyous and scrumptious Diwali, and may your culinary experiments light up your celebrations.