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Drowning In Dry Fruits This Diwali? Whip Up These 5 Fabulously Easy Recipes

by SaleBhai Team - 17-Oct-2016 - Recipes
Dry Fruits

Let us take a wild guess – you probably love dry fruits just as much as the next person. They are healthy, they are easy to dig into, and most importantly, they are delicious. No wonder they are a favourite gifting option during the festive season – from your office to visiting relatives to family friends who drop in for the evening. However, when boxes of these otherwise delightful nuts and dried fruits start accumulating in the house, it can get pretty overwhelming.

 

Well, one can only eat so much dry fruits! What do you do with the rest - gift them to others? Instead, let’s get creative this season and give these traditional treats a quick makeover. Trust us, they’ll sell out faster than you can say ‘Happy Diwali’!

 

1. Candied Walnuts

Walnuts

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You can never go wrong with sweetened crunchy nuts – have them as they are, add them to salads and trail mix, or even use as garnish for your sweet dishes. All it takes are two simple ingredients and five minutes of your time. Check out the recipe here.

 

2. Almond Milk

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Store-bought almond milk bottles are a dime a dozen. Instead, make your own in a jiffy without spiking it with unnecessary preservatives. You just need water and a sweetener to stir up healthy organic almond milk that will be a hit with your family, guaranteed. For recipe, click here.

 

3. Cashew Sauce

Cashew Sauce

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There are some magic ingredients that adds a punch to any dish; cashew sauce is one of them. Just a little salt, garlic, and water, and watch the plain boring cashews transform into a rich creamy sauce. Use it for your chicken gravies, masala subzi, and just about anything. Opening another door to innovation, you can add other ingredients to this sauce to customise it according to your palate – for instance, cheese and chilli for a yummy dip. Get the recipe here.

 

4. Pista Fudge

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Call it burfi, katli, or the more American ‘fudge’, these melt-in-the-mouth sweet treats are synonymous with Indian festivals. How about you make your own batch this time around, with pistachios from the assorted dry fruit boxes you receive over Diwali? A little effort will go a long way in impressing family and guests about your cooking skills! Step-by-step instructions here.

 

5. Raisin Chutney

Raisin Chutney

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Thank goodness for Indian condiments – where would our samosas and rotis be without generous dollops of achaars and chutneys? So, instead of saving those sultanas for cakes and pulao, mix them up with peppercorns and ginger for a delightful chutney to go with your meals. Easy-peasy to make, even easier to finish up. Find the recipe here.

 

With easy recipes like these, you’ll fall in love all over again with assorted dry fruit packs this Diwali.

 

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