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Holi 2024: Unique Holi recipes from different regions of India

Updated On Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST
  • From North India's iconic Gujiya to Maharashtra's flavorful Puran Poli, each region contributes its own traditional delicacies to the festive Holi table.
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With Holi just around the corner, get ready to savour a variety of delicious dishes from different parts of India. From sweet treats to savoury snacks, each region has its own special recipes that add flavour and joy to the festive celebrations. Here are seven unique Holi recipes that showcase the diverse culinary traditions of India during this colourful festival. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

With Holi just around the corner, get ready to savour a variety of delicious dishes from different parts of India. From sweet treats to savoury snacks, each region has its own special recipes that add flavour and joy to the festive celebrations. Here are seven unique Holi recipes that showcase the diverse culinary traditions of India during this colourful festival. (File Photo)

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Puran Poli (Maharashtra): A traditional Maharashtrian dish, Puran Poli is a sweet flatbread stuffed with a mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and spices. Served with ghee, this dish embodies the essence of Holi feasting in Maharashtra. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Puran Poli (Maharashtra): A traditional Maharashtrian dish, Puran Poli is a sweet flatbread stuffed with a mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and spices. Served with ghee, this dish embodies the essence of Holi feasting in Maharashtra. (File Photo)

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Dahi Vada (North India): A refreshing and tangy snack, Dahi Vada consists of lentil dumplings soaked in spiced yogurt and topped with chutneys and spices. This North Indian favorite adds a burst of flavors to your Holi spread. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Dahi Vada (North India): A refreshing and tangy snack, Dahi Vada consists of lentil dumplings soaked in spiced yogurt and topped with chutneys and spices. This North Indian favorite adds a burst of flavors to your Holi spread. (File Photo)

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Kalakand (South India): A creamy and rich dessert, Kalakand is a milk-based sweet flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts. This South Indian delicacy offers a luscious treat to complement the festive spirit of Holi. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Kalakand (South India): A creamy and rich dessert, Kalakand is a milk-based sweet flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts. This South Indian delicacy offers a luscious treat to complement the festive spirit of Holi. (File Photo)

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Mathri (West India): A crispy and savoury snack, Mathri is a flaky, deep-fried pastry seasoned with spices like ajwain and black pepper. This popular snack from Rajasthan and Gujarat adds a delightful crunch to your Holi menu. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Mathri (West India): A crispy and savoury snack, Mathri is a flaky, deep-fried pastry seasoned with spices like ajwain and black pepper. This popular snack from Rajasthan and Gujarat adds a delightful crunch to your Holi menu. (Unsplash)

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Gujiya (North India): A quintessential Holi treat, Gujiya is a sweet dumpling filled with khoya, nuts, and coconut, deep-fried to golden perfection. This North Indian delicacy symbolizes the richness and sweetness of the festival. (Pinterest (File Photo)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Gujiya (North India): A quintessential Holi treat, Gujiya is a sweet dumpling filled with khoya, nuts, and coconut, deep-fried to golden perfection. This North Indian delicacy symbolizes the richness and sweetness of the festival. (Pinterest (File Photo))

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Malpua and Rabri (East India): A decadent combination from the East, Malpua is a sweet pancake drizzled with sugar syrup, served with creamy Rabri made from condensed milk, saffron, and nuts. This indulgent duo is a must-have during Holi in Bengal and Odisha. (File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Malpua and Rabri (East India): A decadent combination from the East, Malpua is a sweet pancake drizzled with sugar syrup, served with creamy Rabri made from condensed milk, saffron, and nuts. This indulgent duo is a must-have during Holi in Bengal and Odisha. (File Photo)

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Thandai (All India): A cooling and aromatic drink, Thandai is a blend of milk, nuts, and spices like saffron, cardamom, and fennel seeds. This traditional Holi beverage is enjoyed across India for its refreshing and festive flavours.(File Photo) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 25, 2024 09:37 AM IST

Thandai (All India): A cooling and aromatic drink, Thandai is a blend of milk, nuts, and spices like saffron, cardamom, and fennel seeds. This traditional Holi beverage is enjoyed across India for its refreshing and festive flavours.(File Photo)

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