Dishes that are going to blow you Holi Celebration.
Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the Festival of Love, the Festival of Colours, or the Festival of Spring. The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha Krishna.
One of the popular festivals that celebrate the spring season, Holi is a festival of colors and is enjoyed across the country with much pomp & show. At this festival, people prepare lots of delicacies like gujiya, malpua, Dahi Bhalla, and what not to treat their loved ones. This is that time of the year when everything takes a backseat in life and it's only about celebrating the festival with loved ones. Because this joyous occasion marks the beginning of spring and symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, it’s a beacon of hope, love, and merriment.
Here are some delicious food items to light up your Holi celebration.
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The classic Holi dessert is a must on this auspicious occasion. With delicious stuffings and a crispy outer layer, this dessert will remind you of your Holi memories from childhood. Fried or baked, this dessert is one that you absolutely need to prepare and share with your friends and family members.
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When you think of Holi, thandai will surely cross your mind. With an array of recipes for this delicious beverage, you can find one that suits your preferences. Prepared using milk and an assortment of spices, this beverage is sure to make you feel refreshed in the spring sun.
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The perfect blend of curd and spices, this dish is a favorite of every household. Served with green chutney or sweet tamarind chutney, this recipe is sure to win hearts. Enjoy it after a playful morning in the sun and refresh yourself with this delicious treat.
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A burst of flavors through the delicious Puran Polis is something you cannot miss. This delectable dish is easy to make and is light as well as scrumptious. Stuffed with chana dal and sugar, its sweet and savory flavor will entice you and everyone who takes a bite.
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With an awesome lineup for Malpua recipes, you can prepare your own little Malpua assortment, which has something for everyone. These delectable pancakes are your way to sweet and savory heaven, so include them in your Holi menu and enjoy the delight on everyone’s faces.
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No Indian festival is complete without Rasmalai, and Holi is the same. Creamy delight with delicious chenna, this dessert is the epitome of sweet goodness. You can add your own twists to the delicacy with saffron strands or fruit essence and adorn your dessert table with this aromatic sweet dish.
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Bhang is the special mascot herb of Holi, and although you can include them in your drinks, why not try a new recipe for this Bhang Pakora. With the crispiness of the pakora and the delicious taste of the bhang, it’s sure to be a shining star among your dishes. Made with simple ingredients like besan, onions, spices, and bhang, it only takes 20 minutes to fry.