Celebrate the Festival of Lights with All Kurma

Celebrating Deepavali

In case you haven’t noticed the lights along Serangoon Road, Deepavali, or Diwali is fast approaching! A special occasion celebrated by our Hindus, Jains and Sikhs friends, the Festival of Lights falls on the 15th day of Kartika, which is the holiest month in the Hindu calendar. This year, it’s celebrated on 14th November 2020. 

A vibrant, colourful and joyous celebration often expressed through the medium of food, Deepavali is a great opportunity for cooks to enjoy some “me time” in the kitchen as they cook up a feast for their loved ones, and for friends and family to come together to eat.

Unsure of which restaurant to visit and what food to eat? Repeating the same old recipes every Deepavali? 

Surprise your loved ones this festive season with All Kurma Singapore’s very own recipes, the Dates and Cranberries Pulao and the Ladoo Oolala, which we have curated just for you. 

Introduction of Dates and Cranberries Pulao 

Delicious, light and nutritious, Dates and Cranberries Pulao is the perfect dish to add to any menu, on any occasion. Make your staple a little more special this festive season with All Kurma Singapore’s very own dates, cranberries and almonds. Download your recipe here and get your ingredients from our special Diwali Celebration and Happiness bundles

Introduction of Ladoo Oolala

Ladoo Oolala is a sphere-shaped sweet originating from the Indian subcontinent, primarily made from flour, fat (ghee/butter/oil) and sugar. A universally popular Indian sweet that needs little introduction, ladoos are often served during festive or religious occasions.

Did you know that the largest individual ladoo weighs 29,465 kg? It was achieved by PVVS Mallikharjuna Rao in Tapeswaram, Andhra Pradesh, India, on 6 September 2016. While our ladoo recipe might not hold as much weight, quite literally, it will definitely still pack a punch! Click here for the recipe and get your own bundle to recreate it here now. 

Wishing all our valued customers a Happy Deepavali, or Diwali.

With a profusion of traditional goodies consumed over the festival of lights, some might even call it the festival of sweets. Don’t worry, though, not all sweet consumption has to be unhealthy. With little to no preservatives, All Kurma Singapore’s wide range of guilt-free snacks provide you with a plethora of high quality, healthy options that you can get with a click of the mouse. Consume the snacks as they are, or try your hand at making your very own #AllKurma dishes using our recipes. Don’t forget to hashtag #AllKurmaFamilyAffair in your re-creation of our dishes to stand a chance to win All Kurma Singapore vouchers!

Opt for healthier snacks, switch up your ingredients and celebrate this special occasion with a peace of mind. Shop our products here