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Holi Recipes


Hoil (Indian Spring festival of Colors) is around the corner.Its 5th March this year! Over the years I have posted quite a few favorites which I typically make on this day, Here are few recipes from the blog that you can make for entertaining family and friends.

Many of these recipes have been cooked in the kitchens of my readers and they were kind enough to leave feedback on the posts.Thank you! These feedbacks come some handy when there is shortage of time and you want to try something new. Knowing how these recipes performed ( I look forward to that all the time on someone else’ recipes) makes life so easy. No?

Enjoy, Stay Spicy & Happy Cooking!

Gujiya – Deep fried flaky pastry with sweet milk & coconut filling.Step by step pictures included on how to shape these.

Sinfully Spicy :Mava Gujiya, Pastry With sweet nuts & coconut filling

 Jalebi – A sorta indian funnel cake, bet you cannot eat just one!

Sinfully Spicy: Jalebi #indian

 Gulab Jamun – Some Old favorites never fade! You can never go wrong with these on any festival. Soft, moist dumplings in sugar

Sinfully Spicy - Gulab Jamun

Kesar Kulfi – A no churn Indian ice cream flavored with saffron and nuts. Gluten free.

Sinfully Spicy : Kesar Kulfi Papri Chaat – Crispy flour discs topped with sweet yogurt, tangy chutney & cut up onions or grated radish.

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Chole Chaat – Chickpea Chaat, kind of a warm salad in bowl.

Sinfully Spicy- Warm Chickpea Chaat/Indian Salad 001

Jal Jeera – A tangy drink spiced with cumin & tamarind. A Holi day must have! Make this and stuff golgappas (puffed flour rounds) with it. Yum!

Sinfully Spicy - Jal Jeera - Indian Tamarind & Cumin Cooler

Gajar Kaanji – A probiotic, fermented carrot drink. So tangy and refreshing and good for you!

Sinfully Spicy - Gajar Kaanji, Fermented Carrot-Mustard Drink

Thandai – Holi is not the same without this fragrant milk drink with spices & nuts.How about making some?

Sinfully Spicy - Thandai

Dahi Gujiya – Gluten free stuffed lentil patties topped with tangy yogurt & spices

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 replies on “Holi Recipes”

I’m loving all these Holi recipes appearing on all the food blogs today! Fantastic inspiration, and great to learn something new. These all look delicious, you’re a wonderful photographer!

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