Top 6 Recipes That You Should Try This HoliCH MiniMarch 1, 2018Occasion0 Comments 0 Finally, it’s that time of the year when we all are set to groove on Mr.Bachchan’s ‘Rang Barse’ and get drenched in the colored water. Ya, now you get it. Wishing you all a very Happy Holi. We are sure that most of you must have planned something grand for the day. But, what about the food? As we all know this, in our country food is soul of any celebrations. And when it comes to Holi, there are a number of delicacies which are specially prepared on this day. So, here in this article, we have shared some recipes that you should try this Holi.1. GujiyaImage Source: shemrock Who can imagine Holi festival without this delightful dish? Still, it is not easy to make Gujiya, especially without the help of your elders. But, if you know the perfect recipe then, you will find this recipe easy. All you need is the right filling and perfect dough. So, this Holi, try this recipe at home and win accolades from your friends and family.2. ThandaiImage Source: wpWell, this recipe cannot go without a special mention of the Bhang Thandai. A Holi celebration is incomplete without this drink which is packed with the goodness of dry fruits, milk, and various spices. So, try out this recipe and escalate the spirit of Holi. Also read: 5 Fun Ways To Celebrate An Unforgettable Holi This Year!3. Kachori and Aloo ki SabzeeImage Source: ndtvimgThis is one of the best dishes that you should definitely try on this festival. This recipe is considered as India’s most famous and favorite breakfast recipe. This year instead of buying kachori from market try making this simple recipe at home which is made with flour, moong dal, and spices.4. PakoraImage Source: co As we all know this, Bhang has its cultural significance during the Holi festival. Bhang is generally mixed in Peda, Thandai, and Peda. But you are in a mood to have some fun during the celebrations then, try including the Bhang leaves in the pakoras.Also read: Savor Your Tastebuds With These Delicious Namak Pare This Holi!5. MalpuaImage Source: swatisani As we all know this, Bhang has its cultural significance during the Holi festival. Bhang is generally mixed in Peda, Thandai, and Peda. But you are in a mood to have some fun during the celebrations then, try including the Bhang leaves in the pakoras.6. Lavang LatikaImage Source: ytimgIt is a delicious recipe which is a kind of stuffed pastry. In this recipe, the clove is used to bind the pastry. And is prepared by stuffing khoya and dipping the pastry in sugar syrup. So, try out this recipe at home and enjoy. So, these were the few recipes that you should try this Holi.