10 Mouth Watering Food Items to Prepare this Holi

Holi is a festival of colours that is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm all over the country. It is festival of colours and love. It is celebrated on full moon day in the month of phaulgun. People spray colours and rub Gulaal on each other’s faces. Holy celebrations also include delicious Indian Food or you can say holi is not complete without delicious Indian food. So many mouth watering food items can be Prepared to celebrate holi.

Awesome Food Items to Prepare this Holi for Loved Ones

Gujiyas

Gujiyas are sweet dumplings prepared from maida or flour. These are stuffed with mixtures of dry fruits and khoya, but anything can be filled in them, you can go creative with their stuffing. They are flaky and crispy.

Malpuas

This is one of most popular sweets in North India.. Malpua is prepared by adding ripe bananas, coconut and milk to the flour. They are then fried and dipped into sugar. Their taste is so rich and delightful.

Puran Poli

Puran Poli is flatbread from India. Puran is a sweet stuffing that is made from chana dal and sugar. Puran is flavoured with cinnamon and cardamon. Puranpoli is made on Holi by Maharashtrians. Its taste can’t be explained in words.

Panni Puri

Panni Puri or Gol Gappe can be easily prepared at home with wheat flour and suji. It’s water can be prepared by mixing jaljeera water, lemon and salt. They taste great.

Achari Mathri

They are great evening snack. They can be prepared with wheat flour and suji and salt and some spices. Achar and carom seeds could be mixed in it.

Kachori

One among most popular snack. Kachori has a fried golden outside and stuffing inside. This is a snack that you can’t resist.

Dahi Bhalla

Bhallas are prepared from the dough of some pulse and then fried. They are soaked in thick, creamy yogurt. Then these become soft and spongy balls.

Kesar Rice Kheer

Kesar rice kheer can be prepared by boiling rice and water and saffron. Many households prepare this dish on the occasion of Holi.

Masala Chana

Masala chana can be prepared and served with baked kachoris. This dish is so simple and yummy and served in many houses during this festival.

Almond Malai Kulfi

A rich creamy mixture can be prepared from condensed milk, cream, dry fruits and saffron. This can be stuffed with dry fruits. After refrigeration it could be served at the festive day.