Holi Recipes

Our Holi food section contains a variety of traditional Holi recipes. Holi is the festival of colors . It is an occasion to indulge in revelry and merry making. Celebrate Holi along with some delicious food. Try our easy recipes for Holi.
Bhang Lassi
Bhang lassi is the traditional Indian drink with a twist, it contains cannabis mixed with authentic lassi, a blend that leaves you happy as a lark and high as a kite.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 9.2 / 10 (47 votes)
This kachori is deep-fried patiently on a slow flame to achieve that deliciously crisp crust that is a show stopper on evenings when mixed with suitable chaat masalas and ingredients.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 6.3 / 10 (61 votes)
Gujia is an Indian sweet which is a specialty during the festival of Holi in India. The crunchy outer covering made with maida is stuffed with a filling of khoya and dry-fruits and then deep fried. You cannot have just one of this mouth-watering sweet.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 10.0 / 10 (126 votes)
This is one of those sweets which even diabetic people can taste. The mild amount of sweetness and the unmatched taste of solidified milk attracts even those who are not much into sweets. Be is Holi, Eid, Navratri or Diwali, kalakand needs to be there on the platter.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.1 / 10 (47 votes)
Imagine taking a bite of the plumpy, simpering bhatura with the spicy chickpeas. Mouth-watering isn't it? The scrumptious bahtura is also easy to make and is a favorite during the festive season.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.4 / 10 (31 votes)
Malai Kofta
This melt-in-your mouth delicacy may take a bit of time and effort, but the end result is so flavorful, that you'd want to me make it over and over again. The Malai Kofta is a special dish for those who think paneer is a vegetarian's delight.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 8.0 / 10 (33 votes)
Khoya Burfi
Usually prepared using festivals like 'Bhai Dooj' and 'Janmashtami', making this sweet doesn't require much effort. Instead of soaking in a basket of chocolates, why don't you try these?

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.7 / 10 (17 votes)
Puran Poli
This is one dish the Maharashtrians cannot do without, especially on festive occasions such as Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi. The sweet take on a dal paratha, the puran poli is a flatbread stuffed with lentils cooked in jaggery.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.3 / 10 (31 votes)
Similar to the Rasgula in appearance and texture, the desiccated coconut coated, mawa and dry fruits stuffed oval shaped bengali mithai is a mouth watering treat, one that amplifies the joy of any celebration.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.8 / 10 (19 votes)
Dahi Bada
Dahi Bada is a traditional deep-fried snack. Learn how to make/prepare Dahi Vada by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 9.4 / 10 (23 votes)
There is no dearth of good natural beverages recipes in India and Thandai just proves that. Rich in dry fruits such as Almonds, this drink is a nutritious delight.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.3 / 10 (11 votes)
Papri Chat
Papri chaat is a popular snack generally had in North-India. It is made with lots of curd, potatoes and yummy chutnies. A dish that is definitely worth a try at least once.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 5.3 / 10 (36 votes)
Bedmi Puri
Bedmi Puri is a North-Indian delicacy made with maida and moong dal. Garam masala and coriander powder are mixed with the dough which are then rolled and deep-fried. The crispy puris are best consumed with Aloo ki Sabji.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 7.1 / 10 (13 votes)
Aloo Kachori is a very popular recipe. Learn How To Make Alu Kachori by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.3 / 10 (14 votes)
Puries are a popular substitute, eaten instead of chapatis, the crispiness and the taste it lends, can make any dish irresistible. The best part is that it takes not even 5 minutes to make this delicious dish.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.0 / 10 (32 votes)
Apple Milk Drink
Apple Milk Drink is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Apple Milk Drink by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 10.0 / 10 (2 votes)
Most Indians would agree that the famous Indian festivals 'Diwali' and 'Dussehra' are incomplete without savories like Mathi. The snack is quite easy to prepare and is a delight to the taste buds.

• Veg.   • Average    Rating: 6.4 / 10 (5 votes)
Bhang ke Pakore
Bhang ke Pakore is generally had during holi, since this dish makes you slightly tipsy. It is easy to make and has finishes in no time, since it is everyone's favorite.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 5.5 / 10 (2 votes)
This easy to make yet enjoyable snack is popular in Western India during the season of Diwali. Made in several ways, the simple concoction of milk, sugar and ghee is the most delectable.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.2 / 10 (11 votes)
Badam Puri
Badam Puri is a very popular recipe. Learn How To Make Badam Poori by following this easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 9.1 / 10 (7 votes)
Lauki Burfi
Lauki Burfi is a popular delicacy in many Indian households which is made with grated Lauki and milk. The best part of this dish is that the sweetness is just enough to satisfy your cravings, leaving you completely satisfied.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 8.4 / 10 (11 votes)
Makke Ki Roti
This is a typical North Indian dish that is generally eaten during winters. With a dollop of butter on Makke Ki Roti, there is absolutely nothing more anyone can ask for.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 7.0 / 10 (3 votes)
Mushroom Kebab
Mushroom Kebab is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Mushroom Kebab by following this simple & easy recipe.

• Veg.   • Easy   
Meetha Poodas
You might have tried Gulab Jamun and Ras Malai, but have you tasted the Meetha Poodas yet? This offering of Gujarati cuisine is quite popular during festivals like Holi.

• Veg.   • Easy    Rating: 3.8 / 10 (4 votes)
Apple Banana Smoothie is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Apple Banana Smoothie by following this easy recipe.

• Easy    Rating: 10.0 / 10 (1 vote)