During Diwali, all those celebrating share sweets and snacks with family members and friends. So to join in with the Hindu celebrations award-winning chef Atul Kochhar is in the kitchen to show us a tasty selection of traditional treats for this Hindu holiday.
300g Jerusalem Artichoke, boiled
50g potatoes, boiled
Fried cashew nut
Red chilli powder
Garam masala powder
Oil to fry
Mix all the ingredients together and mince them in a blender to a fine paste
Add little bread crumbs if required and then shape into small patties
Pan fry them in a non-stick pan until light brown and crisp on the sides. Serve with mint raita.