Diwali

Diwali gatherings are filled withso many delicious foods to exchange and enjoy, from savories, sweets and desserts, and
snacks. All the holiday visitation also means elaborate Diwali dinners with spreads of several curries, sides, and condiments. While many dishes traditionally contain animal-based products, it is easy to celebrate a compassionate Diwali with these vegan recipes from my our wonderful friend, Richa from Vegan Richa

“When planning a Diwali dinner, choose one or two main dishes, two to three side dishes, legumes, onerice, and one flatbread. Add papadums, chutney, or a Raita (with nondairy yogurt), and your spread is ready! Take time to plan and make the sauces, tofu, and veggies beforehand. Mix and reheat with a bit of nondairy milk if they have thickened too much and serve. Rice is best made fresh. It is also easy to make most of these desserts ahead of time.” – Vegan Richa

Below is a variety of vegan Diwali recipes that are delicious and easy to make. We have also gathered a wide variety of mains, sides, snacks, and desserts for Diwali in The FARM Buzz’s latest post that was collaboration with Vegan Richa herself here:

Celebrating A Compassionate Diwali with Vegan Richa

Restaurant-Style Vegan Malai Kofta
Plain, Avocado, Garlic, or Stuffed Naan
Baked Vegan Chana Pulao
Vegan Kachori Pinwheels
Spicy Mango Chutney
Vegan Ras Malai Tres Leches Cake