Holi is just round the corner and this festival of colors and enthusiasm is perfect to enjoy with your friends and family. Now when you have your loved ones around you, having delicious food is an absolute must. Here I’ve a collation of Best Holi Recipes you can make in the season. These traditional Holi dishes makes the day memorable and fun. Try this perfect Holi special food and enjoy the festival.
70 Best Holi Recipes
No holi is complete without this traditional fried pastry, Gujhia. Flaky and crispy outer crust filled with a sweet mixture of Khoya, coconut and dry fruits, Gujhia is a must make for Holi. This recipe is tried time and over again and has always worked.
A delicious drink made with dry fruits and spices and flavored with saffron, Kesariya Thandai is quintessential for Holi. Add or skip the Bhang, your choice :).
Dahi Vade are light lentil dumplings soaked in a yogurt mixture and topped with various spices and chutneys. They are a must make for Holi but the only challenge to cook perfect Dahi Vade is to make sure their is no lump in the center and the Vada is cooked evenly. To make the task easier, I came up with this Bread ke Dahi Vade which tastes exactly similar to the real deal and making them is a breeze. You must definitely try this recipe.
Dry snack made with chickpea flour and potatoes, this Aloo Bhujia is perfect to munch on throughout the day.
Rich, sweet and loaded with dry fruits, this lentil Halwa is everyone’s favorite. Right measurements and right technique is highly required to make this Halwa in an authentic way. Do not get intimidated as here is a simple, easy to follow and traditional recipe to make Moong Dal Halwa.
Mini Chenna balls dunked in thickened milk flavored with Saffron and cardamom, Angoori Rasmalai is a dessert which can charm anyone. make it this Holi and impress your guests.
Layers of flaky and crispy goodness, this Parti Mathri makes for an awesome snack. Make and store it a few days before Holi and you are all set to entertain your guests.
You must have tried Kheer with many different things but have you ever tried Cauliflower Kheer. It is so delicious you will crave for more and more. Must try it to know it for yourself.
Spicy potato and Peas filling inside a crispy and flaky crust, this Aloo matar ki potli is a perfect snack to entertain your guests after a fun filled Holi.
Mava Malpua’s are great to end any meal. The richness of Malpua is accentuated by the decorations of kesar and dry fruits.
Kesar Makhana Phirni is a delicious Indian dessert made using milk, roasted foxnuts and saffron and it can be had for falahar or vrat.
Hope you enjoy the festival of Holi with these delicious recipes. Happy Holi!
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