Holi Special Recipes | Holi Sweets | Holi Snacks, with stepwise pics and 100+ Recipes. The Holi is the festival of colours or the Spring festival is celebrated all over India with happiness, love and joy, irrespective of status or age groups. It is a time of enjoying spring colours and saying farewell to winter. Besides playing with colours this is a special occasion to savour and exchanging gifts. This Easy Holi Recipes/ Holi Special Dish is a collection of 100+ delicacies that includes all sweet, snacks, kheers, side dishes for main courses like roti or chapati and even chaat items. Each and every recipe is shared with step by step pictures, detailed procedure and tips. Please click the link/pictures in this collage to read through the recipe.
This year Holi festival is on 29 March 2021, the Rangwali Holi (colour celebration). Choti Holi or Holika Dahan is on 28 March.
Wish you all a Happy Colourful Holi
Interesting facts about the Holi Festival
Holi celebrates the arrival of spring and the end of winter. Also, the blossoming of love, and for many it’s a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget, forgive, and repair broken relationships. It also represents the triumph of good over evil.
- People spend the day smearing coloured powder all over each other’s faces, throwing coloured water at each other, having parties, and dancing under water sprinklers.
- Holi celebrations start on the night before Holi with Holika Dahan, where people perform rituals in front of a bonfire, praying for their inner evil to be destroyed, just as Holika was killed in the fire.
- The carnival of colours begins the next morning, where people come out on the streets to play with colours, and drench each other in coloured water through water guns or balloons.
Holika was a demoness in Hindu Vedic scriptures, who was burnt to death with the help of the God Vishnu. She was the sister of King Hiranyakashipu and aunt of Prahlad. The story of Holika Dahan (Holika’s death) signifies the triumph of good over evil.
Food to try on the day of Holi
The spirit of the festival is carried on by the Holi Ki Special Dishes in the late afternoon and evenings.
Some Best Holi Recipes/Holi Special Food
- Dahi Bhalla
- Coconut Milk Murukku
- Bhang Pakora
Holi Special Recipes | Holi Sweets Recipes
Collection of recipes for Holi Festival. Click pics in this page to navigate to the detailed recipe
Easy to make and healthy Indian veg. snacks recipes. Perfect for children coming hungry from school. Includes evening snacks recipes like Samosa, choco chip cookies… These items are crowd pleasers and it is a favourite for all kids to elders.
Holi Sweets Recipes
Sweets are also called as Mittai and it is a must for all festivals in every home as the word sweet itself spreads joy. I have listed sweets which includes ladoo, poli etc made with cashew, besan flour, coconut etc.
Ladoo/Laddu is a most versatile recipe that it can be done by anyone without any flop. If you go wrong anywhere in the recipe, there are numerous tricks to troubleshoot it. I have shared some tricks in the recipe itself. Do have look at it. Commonly besan flour, dry coconut, sooji, peanuts etc are used for making these ladoos and it is widely prepared for almost all festivals and weddings.
Payasam also was known as Khir / Kheer can be done in so many innumerable ways using so many ingredients like rice, fruits, vermicelli, sooji, wheat etc. It is famous not only in India but often made in other countries like Nepal, Pakistan and SriLanka too. Payasam is the only dish that we can play with the ingredients, deviate the recipe and create a lot of new innovative dishes.
Thank you so much for these amazing recipe this one sound pretty amazing and simple to cook, would love to try it out and see how well it tasted surely going to share this with my friend and family as well for their future reference.