You will undoubtedly think about thandai when you consider Holi. This drink is made with milk and a variety of spices and is sure to revive you in the spring heat.
You can't miss a flavorful explosion from the delectable Puran Polis. This delicious dish is light, simple to prepare, and really delicious.
You can create your own own Malpua collection with a great selection of recipes that has something for everyone.
Although you can add bhang to your drinks, why not try a fresh recipe for this Bhang Pakora? Bhang is the unique mascot plant of Holi.
Rasmalai is a necessary component of every Indian event, and Holi is no exception. This delicacy is the definition of sweet goodness—a creamy pleasure with mouthwatering chenna.
A dessert made of crisp, flaky pastry stuffed with sweet khoya (evaporated milk solids) and dry fruits, gujiya is a well-known and traditional North Indian treat.
A traditional and well-known Punjabi samosa recipe with a crispy, flaky crust with a mixture of flavorful, tangy potatoes and green peas.
The traditional North Indian teatime snack known as mathri, sometimes known as mathiya or mathari, is made of salty, flaky, spicy, and crispy crackers made using all-purpose flour, spices, and seasonings.
Urad dal kachori are packed kachoris from the cuisine of Uttar Pradesh that are both soft and crunchy. Urd dal paste that has been spiced is used to stuff kachoris.