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Enjoy Deepavali Sweets and Snacks in SINGAPORE with FREE ISLANDWIDE Delivery

Deepavali is the festival of lights and happiness and symbolizes victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. It is one of the major Indian festivals, that is not only celebrated across every nook and corner of India, but also in counties like Singapore, where it is declared as a Public Holiday.

During Deepavali, majority of the Indian communities in Singapore gather around the island at different places in small groups, along with their kids, with traditional outfits, and loaded with sparkles and crackers.

However, 2020 is a unique year with all gatherings prohibited. But don’t worry!! MoumitasKitchen has come up with a variety of Deepavali delicacies, which are hard to find in Singapore. There are good number of options available to order, with island wide free delivery. Look at the below menu and order now to fill in your Deepavali with a gourmet lunch or dinner, along with sides.

Wish you a very Happy Deepavali.

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Enjoy durga puja in singapore with sweets and Snacks delivered Islandwide

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Durga Puja is the most awaited festival every year, and all Bengalis are excited to get newly dressed, try out different Bengali delicacies and enjoy this festive season hopping from one Puja Pandal to the other, along with friends and families. Every year, we gather around Singapore in one of the Pandals (Little India, Betty Road, Jurong East or Chinese Garden) draped in our favorite traditional Kurtas and Sarees, and participate and relish the environment along with delicious food and a lot of cultural programs. Unfortunately, 2020 stands out from all the previous years due to the unprecedented havoc caused worldwide by the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to current restrictions in Singapore, none of the Bengali Associations are able to organize the festival outside. However, there will be Ghot Puja at designated places, following all the rules, preset by the government.

Nonetheless, all residents in Singapore can proudly say that, although we have been passing through a difficult time, with the unfathomable support and diligence of the Government and the residents of Singapore, we have almost fought the battle and come a long way. So let’s not worry, but ENJOY!!

To spice up our Indian and especially the Bengali communities, MoumitasKitchen has come up with a few exclusive Bengali sweets and snacks, prepared with 100% Fresh Milk, Ghee and other required ingredients. The Bengali diaspora in Singapore have been greatly missing the excellent taste of the several varieties of soft and delicious sweets along with snacks from Kolkata and Bangladesh. Hence, MoumitasKitchen has come up with a number of those varieties, with absolutely no compromise on the quality. Let’s get a taste of Durga Puja by trying these mouth watering sweets.

Note that delivery will be *free of cost*, and you can enjoy all the sweets and snacks at the comfort of your home.

Minimum Order Amount = 20 SGD

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Once you place an Order, we will contact you shortly and arrange for delivery. We are certain that you will enjoy these sweets to the fullest.

Note : Payment will be Cash On Delivery ( COD ).

Once again, Wishing you and your families a very Happy and Prosperous Durga Puja cum Navratri. Be Happy and stay Blessed.

Tomato Rasam

  1. Tomato : 4-5 ( cut into medium pieces)
  2. Ginger : 1.5 inch long ( cut into pieces)
  3. Green chilli : 1
  4. Curry leaves : 8-10
  5. Rasam powder : 1 table spoon
  6. Salt : tastewise
  7. Mustard seeds : 1 tea spoon
  8. Hing : one pinch
  9. Ghee : 1 table spoon
  10. Tamarind pulp : 1 table spoon ( optional)
  11. Coriander leaves : freshly chopped


  1. Take a pan , add cut tomatoes, ginger , green chilli and 4-5 curry leaves. Add little water into it and let it boil for 4-5 mins until the tomatoes become soft.
  2. Turn of the gas, let it become cool down. Then make a smooth paste of it with some fresh coriander leaves in grinder.
  3. Take a kadai, add ghee. Once become hot , add mustard seeds , hing and curry leaves. Now add the tomato paste and 2 cups of plain water .
  4. Let it boil. Once boiling starts, add salt and rasam powder. Let them boil for another 5 mins. Add tamarind pulp and again boil for 2-3 mins.
  5. Serve hot with freshly chopped coriander leaves .

This recipe is very healthy . If you are making for kids then you can skip adding green chilli. It goes well with plain white rice and also as a appetizer. Please try it in your home and share your experience with me in comment box.

Aloor Chop Without Onion and Garlic( Potato Cutlet )


  1. Potato : 4 ( boiled)
  2. Ginger paste : 1/2 table spoon
  3. Green chilli : 2 ( chopped)
  4. Cumin seeds : 1/2 tea spoon
  5. Peanuts : 1 table spoon
  6. Coriander powder : 1 tea spoon
  7. Red chilli powder : 1 tea spoon
  8. Mustard oil : for making potato stuff
  9. Gram flour( besan) : for making batter
  10. Baking soda : one pinch
  11. Coriander leaves : freshly chopped


  1. Take a kadai, add mustard oil.Now fry the peanuts first and keep them aside.Now in the same oil add cumin seeds ,ginger paste and green chilli. After frying for few seconds add boiled smashed potato into it. Add salt , turmeric powder, red chilli powder and coriander powder and mix them very well in a medium low flame.
  2. Add fried peanuts and freshly chopped coriander leaves into it. And mix very well all together. The stuff is ready.
  3. For the batter in a big bowl add besan , baking soda ,salt and red chilli powder. With water mix them very nicely to make a medium consistency batter.
  4. Now from the potato stuff, take small portion and make round ball. With the help of a plastic press the round ball inside the plastic cover and put them in the batter.
  5. In a deep pan , add oil for frying. Carefully take out the flat potato stuff from the batter and directly put it into the medium hot oil. Fry until both the sides become golden brown .
  6. Serve hot with puffed rice or also can eat with sauce and salad.

This Aloor chop is very famous in west bengal. People love it very very much. Give it a try at your home and enjoy this delicious recipe with your loved ones. Please share your experience with me in comment box.

Veg Momo ( Veg Dumpling)


  1. Plain Flour : 2 cup
  2. Oil : 5-6 table spoon
  3. Vegetables : 1/2 Cabbage, 100gms Beans,2 Carrot and 2 Capcicum( chopped finely)
  4. Vinegar : 2 tablespoon
  5. Ajinomoto : one pinch ( optional)
  6. Tomato : 2-3 ( Big )
  7. Green chilli : 3-4
  8. Dry red chilli : 2-3
  9. Coriander leaves : freshly chopped


  1. Knead the momo dough using the plain flour and only with water. It will be a soft dough.Keep it with a lid for 15 mins.
  2. Now take a kadai and add oil(oil will be little more in comparison to other recipes). Add ginger fry till light brown. Add all the chopped vegetables, salt and pinch of ajinomoto and in a medium high flame cook it until the water gets dry. Add freshly chopped coriander leaves.
  3. Now take small portions, make round small balls and roll them very thin like small puries . Take 1.5 table spoon vegetables into this small puries and give them a shape like momo with the help of your palm and fingers.
  4. On other side , put the momo stand on gas. In the lower bowl add water with some plain vegetables for clear soup . On the above section greeze the with oil first and then put all the momos in both the stands.cover with the above lid.Cook in medium high falme.
  5. Repeat the process until all the momos are done.


Green chatney :

  1. Boil tomato , green chilli and ginger together. Take out the tomato skin. Grind them with chopped coriander and salt . Add vinegar to it and mix well.

Red chatney :

  1. Boil tomato , dry red chillies and ginger together. Take out the tomato skin . Grind them together with salt . Add vinegar to it and mix well .

Serve hot momos with clear soup and chatney . Its a very very tempting recipe. Every age group of people love this recipe . Please try this at home and share your experience with me in comment box.