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102 Traditional Holi Recipes You Must Try - Gujiya | Kulfi | Thandai | Chaats & More

Saturday, 15 February 2020 04:00

Holi is the festival of love or colors that signifies the victory of superior over immoral. There are many...
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10 Best Gujiya Recipes Perfect For Snack- Karanji | Ghughra Recipes | Holi Recipes

Saturday, 17 February 2018 10:00

Holi is almost here and don't know what to make during this Holi - don't fret, we at Archana's Kitchen have...
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15 Best Chaat Recipes You Have To Make This Holi

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 09:00

Is it 4 O clock and are you craving for something chatpata? Or Are you planning a Chaat Party for Holi this...
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7 Mouth Watering Kulfi Recipes That You Must Try!

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 08:00

Summer is slowly approaching and Ice creams, being everyone's favourite, is usually prepared at home during...
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8 Scrumptious Holi Recipes That You Can Make This Festival

Thursday, 08 February 2018 09:00

Eating good food is like a good memory! When you eat scrumptious food, you remember it for long. And the...
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Make These 21 Traditional & Fun Recipes For Your Holi Party

Tuesday, 22 March 2016 00:44

Holi is one festival, where everyone comes together and celebrate it with colours and some delicious food....
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Plan a Festive Holi Party with Fun Food & Drinks

Friday, 27 February 2015 14:57

The arrival of Spring brings festivities into the air. And when the festival of colors (Holi) is around the...
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Holi, the festival of colours is a festival celebrated in welcoming spring and the end of winter in some parts of India for 2 days and most parts of India celebrating it for just one day. The festival includes celebrations with the application of colours indicating the arrival of spring, by applying colours and coloured waters on your friends and neighbours. No festival goes without the consumption of  traditional foods specific to the region each person is from. 

Holi food traditions include preparing fresh and home made sweet and savoury snacks that include Gujiyas/Karanjis, Malpua, Samosa, Kachori, Pakoras, Dahi Vadas, Puran Poli, Barfi, Phirni etc. But one of the most important Holi drinks include Thandai and various forms of thandai including the Bhang Thandai and thandai in srikant, kheer or Barfis. Various forms of lassis are part of the Holi Menu. 

Another popular Holi snack is the Gujiya or Karanji that can be prepared and kept ready days ahead of the Holi festival. Holi lunch menu includes a whole range of sweets and snacks that is eaten in bits and pieces all through the day of celebration. Here are a few Holi food ideas that you can try at home!

Make These 21 Traditional & Fun Recipes For Your Holi Party  And Plan a Festive Holi Party with Fun Food & Drinks And 8 Scrumptious Holi Recipes That You Can Make This Festival

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