Holi is all around the corner. This year Holi is going to be on 23rd March, 2016. This is the right time to have a look what you should try on Holi. Here I put a collection of traditional delicacies start from beverages to sweets that are usually enjoyed on Holi. So try them and impress your family and friends. Happy Holi.
Mango Lassi is one of the pure summer pleasures, made of yogurt and mango pulp, laced with sugar, milk and cardamom for extra deliciousness and flavoring.
During Holi, the most featured drink is Thandai which is spicy, nutty and saffron flavored beverage.
Paneer Malai Tikka is a soft & creamy appetizer made of soft chunky paneer marinated in white marinade and grilled in an oven.
Vegetable cutlet is an easy and delicious snack made with mixed boiled and mashed vegetables.
Spices and batter coated with the corn well, deep fried and finish off with chatpata masala.
Our humble English sandwich got nice Indian spicy potato filling in the middle and become our most favorite masala toast – straight from the Mumbai street.
Holi Lunch/ dinner Menu
Plain Pulao is very simple, light and needs less time to prepare.
Paneer Butter Masala is a dish of soft chunky paneer dunked in a thick rich creamy tomato gravy.
Chicken fried rice is an excellent Chinese comfort food which can be served either as a main dish or side dish.
Bengali style puffed bread made with refined flour (maida)
Authentic Kashmiri Dum Aloo
Kashmri Dum Aloo and Luchi are always great combination.
Ground cashews cooked in sugar syrup and then give diamond shape.
Super mini boondis are cooked in sugar syrup and form round balls.
Malpua is a sweet pancake, usually made with flour, semolina, sugar & milk. But I added condensed milk and some of the rabri to make it delightful to taste.
Indian sweet cheese balls prepared by freshly squeezed chenna/ cheese which is done by curdling the milk and cooked in sugar syrup. Very authentic and no fail recipe..
Instant Bread Gulabjamun for instant cravings. Bread Gulab Jamun is very easy to prepare and is a quick alternative to the regular gulab jamuns.
Suji halwa is favorite to all. The recipe calls for very simple ingredients such as semolina, sugar, ghee or oil and some spices that are easily available at home.