Holi is a festival of colours celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm. The festival is celebrated on the full moon day in the Hindu month of Phalguna, which usually falls in late February or early March. It is an occasion that brings people together in a spirit of camaraderie.
While the festival is passed off as a celebration of colours, along with colours, it is also an occasion to indulge in delicious food and sweets together. Here are some of the cuisines that make your celebrations a memorable experience:
Gujiya – Gujiya is a sweet dumpling made of mawa (dried milk), flour, and sugar. It is a popular dessert especially relished during the festival of Holi.
Dahi Bhalla – Dahi Bhalla is a popular north Indian street food that is made with deep-fried lentil balls that are soaked in yogurt and topped with tamarind and mint chutney.
Thandai – Thandai is a refreshing drink that is made with milk, nuts, and spices. It is a traditional Holi drink that is popular in North India.
Malpua – Malpua is a sweet pancake that is made with flour, milk, and sugar syrup. It is a popular dessert that is enjoyed during Holi.
Papri Chaat – Papri Chaat is a popular North Indian street food that is made with fried dough wafers, boiled potatoes, chickpeas, and a variety of chutneys.
Bhang – Bhang is a traditional drink that is made with milk, nuts, and cannabis leaves. It is a popular drink that is consumed during Holi in some parts of India.
Kachori – Kachori is a deep-fried pastry that is filled with spiced lentils or vegetables. It is a popular snack that is enjoyed during Holi.
Shakarpara – Shakarpara is a sweet and crispy snack that is made with flour, sugar, and ghee. It is a popular snack that is enjoyed during Holi.
Holi is a time to indulge in delicious homemade food and sweets. These dishes are just a few examples of the many dishes that are savoured during Holi. So, enjoy these homemade delicacies with your friends and family while celebrating the festival of colours.