Brighten up the colors this Holi with these traditional yet unique Holi Recipes. These delicacies make the occasion more enjoyable this time of the year.
There are a variety of traditional delicacies that are relished during this vibrant and colorful Holi Festival making the occasion even more enjoyable. I have hand picked these popular Holi Recipes to help you celebrate this joyous festival to the hilt. Try these simple recipes with love and make place in the hearts of your loved ones!! If you also have a Holi Recipe to share, do send it to me and I will recreate it and publish it on Cookilicious.
Jhajharia – For any festive occasion, try this long forgotten Indian dessert made with sweet corn and 3 other basic ingredients.
Sweet Potato Puran Poli – Puran Poli is a festive Indian dessert made using lentils & jaggery. Give it a fresh twist by adding sweet potatoes. Serve these sweet pancakes with ghee.
Mango Semolina Cupcakes – An eggless Indian dessert using mango & semolina. No flour used & its vegan too. These cupcakes are soft, moist and delicious. A festive dessert for all!
Rabri Ice Cream with Beetroot & Raspberry Sauce – A fusion Indian dessert. A rich pudding made with bread & milk served with this delicious beets sauce.
Coconut Macaroons – A dessert that is ready in 20 mins & is made using just 2 ingredients – coconut & condensed milk. Perfect holiday recipe loved by all.
Quaker® Simply Granola Oats, Honey & Almonds & Rice Pudding/Kheer – A fusion Indian dessert made during festivals/happy occasions. Granola makes it tastier.
Cashew & Condensed Milk Biscuits – A perfect make ahead holiday recipe. These egg-less biscuits are light, crispy & they melt in your mouth, An easy recipe!
Sweet Potato Nei Paniyaram – A South Indian breakfast or snack recipe. Paniyaram can be sweet or savory, sharing the sweet version made with idli batter, jaggery and sweet potatoes. Yumm.
Happy Holi to all of you! Hope you always have a reason to celebrate and your life is filled with colors. Celebrate this special festival with your loved ones. Tag your Holi food pics to #cookiliciousveg. If you do try this recipe, please do share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. This will keep me motivated to develop more interesting recipes. Click a pic and post it with the hashtag #cookiliciousveg — I would love to see your pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!