Puri Recipe - Learn to Make Soft Puffed Puris At Home

Puri Recipe - Learn to Make Soft Puffed Puris At Home

Wednesday, 20 January 2010 11:06

Puri is a traditional Indian bread savored in most regions of India. It is soft deep fried bread that is...
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Golpapdi Recipe - Traditional Gujarati Sweet Crackers

Golpapdi Recipe - Traditional Gujarati Sweet Crackers

Friday, 09 October 2009 14:18

Golpapdi is a traditional Gujarati sweet dish made from whole wheat flour and jaggery and typically prepared...
Dry Fruit Ghughra/Gujiya Recipe (Pastry Crust Pockets Filled With Dry Fruits)

Dry Fruit Ghughra/Gujiya Recipe (Pastry Crust Pockets Filled With Dry Fruits)

Monday, 28 September 2009 23:21

Dry Fruit Ghughra or Gujiyas or Kadubu (Karnataka) Recipe are nothing but pockets of pastry crust, filled...
Kesar Shrikhand Recipe - Greek Yogurt Pudding With Saffron

Kesar Shrikhand Recipe - Greek Yogurt Pudding With Saffron

Sunday, 19 July 2009 13:56

Shrikhand Recipe is a popular Indian Sweet Yogurt Pudding with Nuts and Spices that is made during...
Bhatura Recipe (Fried Puffed Yogurt Bread)

Bhatura Recipe (Fried Puffed Yogurt Bread)

Wednesday, 11 June 2008 09:13

Bhatura is a traditional North Indian Punjabi classic bread savored with Chola Masala - together...
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Dahi Vada Recipe - Lentil Dumplings in a Sweet and Spicy Yogurt

Dahi Vada Recipe - Lentil Dumplings in a Sweet and Spicy Yogurt

Wednesday, 12 March 2008 16:09

Dahi Vada’s are a delicious preparation, lentil dumplings dipped in a sweet and savory yogurt and had along...
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Homemade Pani Puri Recipe -Calcutta Style Puchka Recipe

Homemade Pani Puri Recipe -Calcutta Style Puchka Recipe

Thursday, 17 January 2008 14:48

Calcutta Style Puchkas also known as Pani Puri and Golgappa is a simple and delicious recipe to make at...
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Vegetable Bajji Recipe - Pakora/Fritters

Vegetable Bajji Recipe - Pakora/Fritters

Monday, 03 December 2007 16:11

Bajji or Pakoras are fried gram flour vegetable fritter where the raw vegetables dipped in a spiced gram...
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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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