Is Holi complete without gujhiya and bhaang lassi? Celebrate this colorful festival with these and more recipes.
I invented this recipe just to make my son eat gujiya. Adding just a little bit of food color presents a colorful Holi snack kids can't resist picking up.
This is a delightful savoury for all people who love the pungent flavours of garlic.
My favourite mathri that I want to share with you. You will find this in my pantry any day.
In Vrindavan, we always give bhagwan first bhog of 'Gujhiya' for Holi. Here is our 20 yrs old recipe.
Use fresh mushrooms for this dish. They add a wonderfully concentrated flavour to this fast and easy dish. Serve with creamy pasta and a tender tomato salad. Delicious!
I love Thai food and this recipe comes from a very good Thai restaurant.
A wildly popular dessert that‘s found at any Rajasthani wedding and at sawan ki teej. It’s best had with warm milk.
This is a sweet form of daliya (porridge) traditionally served during Dushehra. You can add lots of nuts, khoya and make it an outstanding dish.
If you are like me and enjoy besan in sweets, then you will love Besan ladoo. What is even better is that they're very easy to make and keep well for many days. Not that they will last that long!
Kori Rotti is a Mangalorean speciality. Kori means chicken, and rottis, in this case, are not the traditional chapattis or rotis. They are a special kind of bread, which are made of rice paste and then dried, so quite hard and crispy and are made into sheets that are then broken into pieces. These rottis, when soaked by the chicken curry, absorb it and turn quite soft. A real taste and texture sensation!
Every house in Rajasthan makes these around Holi. We grew up drinking this drink even a month after Holi!
Bhaang is the flavour of Holi. If you can't get enough of it as a drink, here’s a way to eat it too!
This is a Holi specialty from Rajasthan. I'm from Jodhpur and Bhaang is so famous and sought after that government authorized shops sell it during the festival season.
A savoury snack among Rajasthanis. This is best had with your daily evening cup of tea.
My mom used to makes this as a treat when I got good marks in tests at school.
This is one of the most famous sweet dishes in Rajasthan. This sweet dish is made on every occasion especially weddings.
This is our favourite sweet dish during the winter months. The almonds give warmth to the body as well as strength to fight the extreme cold.
Easy to make coconut laddoos. I love the way they crumble.
A fancy dish of soaked rice, milk and nuts.
This is a high fibre chapati from north Karnataka. Great with dal, raita, curries or just on its own. Jowar is easily available all over the country.