Traditional delicacies that are cooked on Holi

Holi is one of the most important festivals in India. It is a festival of colors, but for foodies, it is a festival of gujias and delicacies sweets. Having delicious food at this festival is a must because no celebration is complete without food. Other than gujias, some traditional dishes are enjoyed on Holi. Check out the list of traditional delicacies that are made on the festival of Holi:

•    Thandai

What is a holi party without thandai? This delicious drink is prepared using milk and some spices. It is made to make you feel refreshed in the sun.

•    Malpua

The Indian version of pancakes, malpuas dipped in thick sugar syrup with a crispy outer and soft center. They are just perfect to relish on holi. Everyone will enjoy this dish on the menu.

•    Namak Pare

When your sweet tooth is satisfied with malpua and gujia, it’s time for namkeen. These deep-fried diamond-shaped snacks are sheer delight.

•    Kachori

These small stuffed pastry balls are perfect finger food. They taste best with mint and tamarind chutney. You can fill it with gram flour, vegetables, potato, paneer or peas and spices.

•    Chaat

Don’t forget to make chaat on holi. Papri chaat, sev puri, bhel puri and paani puri, all these are prepared on Holi. Keep everything ready to serve and everyone will enjoy this snack menu.

•    Pakore

Different kind of pakodas and bhajiyas are usually prepared to keep the guests satiated. The fried fitters can be combined with onion, spinach, potato, paneer, and other vegetables as well. It is one of the most popular dish cooked during Holi.