5 Dishes that make Holi Special

The “Festival of Colors” is here, apart from colors, pichkaris, rangoli and unlimited fun, another thing that makes Holi a much-awaited festival is the wide variety of dishes that are especially prepared for this occasion. We bring to you the trademark dishes that have become synonymous with Holi 

1. Gujiyas – The definition of Holi for many, these sugar syrup dripped delicacies filled with khoya and dry fruits mixture are impossible to resist. For the calorie conscious folks, here is a tip, bake these after brushing it with some oil and eat your heart out without any regrets

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2. Malpuas –  A Holi celebration is incomplete without this traditional sweet of north India. Malpua is a pancake like Indian dessert, fried in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup. For guilt-free eating, try Ragi Malpua made with ragi flour, whole wheat and oats, it is significantly low on calories

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3. Thandai with Bhaang– The staple food of Holi, this intoxicating drink is the primary catalyst behind Holi being a no-holds barrier festival. It is generally served cold, hence, it is prepared beforehand and stored. Enjoy Holi in the spirit of “Bura Na Mano Holi”

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4. Dahi Vada/Dahi Bhalla – The dish that gives much-needed respite from the spate of ghee/sugar soaked and heavy on the stomach dishes. Vadas soaked in dahi with the topping of imli chatni are prepared in every Holi celebrating household across the country.

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5. Phirnis – Phirnis and Holi go hand in hand. The smell of the kasoras dipped in water is a Bliss. With varied options like the one with roses, berries and fruits, nuts and plain, you will keep craving for more.  

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HOLI HAI !

Celebrate this Holi with unlimited food, dance, and non-stop Music by some of the best DJs in town at RANGHOLIC, 2016 at Atmosphere 6 on 24th March. Book on the Brisky app. Download Brisky from http://bit.ly/briskyblog