Brighten up the Colors This Holi with these Traditional Holi-Recipes!

Brighten up the Colors This Holi with these Traditional Holi-Recipes!

Talk about Holi celebrations and we can’t stop thinking of food! Sweet Gujiyas, crispy papads, spicy hot Kachoris and a lot more. Food is integral to every festival in India. It is the perfect time to throw yourself to the festive zeal with playful moments and adoring meals. This Holi, eat to your heart’s content! Lay out an impressive spread with our favourite Holi recipes.

1. Gujiya 

Source: pinterest.com, Priti S
Source: pinterest.com, Priti S

Try the simplest recipe of Gujiya here.

2. Thandai

Source: pinterest.com, Cook With Manali
Source: pinterest.com, Cook With Manali

Try this simple recipe of Thandai here.

3. Dahi Vada

Source: pinterest.com, vegrecipesofindia.com
Source: pinterest.com, vegrecipesofindia.com

Try this simple recipe of Dahi Vada here.

4. Dal Kachori

Source: pinterest.com, ecurry.com
Source: pinterest.com, ecurry.com

Try the simple recipe of  Dal Kachori here.

5. Bhaang Pakora

Source: pinterest.com, SheerLuxe
Source: pinterest.com, SheerLuxe

Try the simple recipe of Bhaang Pakora here.

6. Malpua

Source: pinterest.com, Neha at WhiskAffair
Source: pinterest.com, Neha at WhiskAffair

Try the simple recipe of Malpua here.

7. Aloo Papad

Source: pinterest.com, Neha at WhiskAffair
Source: pinterest.com, Neha at WhiskAffair

Try the simple recipe of Aloo Papad here.

8. Namak Pare

Source: pinterest.com, Hari Chandana Ponnaluri
Source: pinterest.com, Hari Chandana Ponnaluri

Try this simple recipe of Namak Pare here.

Enjoy this wonderful festival of color with your friends and beloved, and savor the goodness of all these tasty delicacies at home.

We will bring you more as promised. Till then, #Happy_Fooding

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