that is nice art work, but we need recipe too pls!Happy diwali to you!
what a creative idea...and the sev look nice n crispy too
Wonderful idea! Happy Diwali to you and your family! :-)
Khara sev smiley face!! Very clever!! Thank you and happy Deepavali to you too!:)
Hey, nice idea to shape the sev into a diya!
Wishing you A Happy Diwali. I don't have the pit or whatever it is called to make it to their shapes, how can I do it without that. I do have the karandi with the holes, though.
A Very Happy Deepavali to all of you, Thanks to the JFI event, I can already feel the blog world celebrating the festive season.Thank you all for appreciating the photo, the moment I tossed the sev into the plate, the diya shape was the only thing that came to my mind :-)Do come back tomoro to see my festive treats :)Mitr, You can surely use the slotted spoon, it was taking me too long to make them that way, and so I used the muruku press. (It was 12 in the night when I started making them!! )Scoop a spoonful of the batter on the spoon and with the help of a rounded bowl press down the batter into the oil. Make a slightly thick batter first and try out a small batch and according to the ease of pressing add water thereafter to get the perfect consistency.
Cool! very creative to shape the diya!
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