Yes, it’s another year of celebrating Holi at home. Thanks to the pandemic and its new variants, it is not advisable to gather in groups and touch other people’s faces. Instead, the only thing we should be doing is staying home and following all COVID norms. With cases on the rise again, it would be highly dangerous to celebrate a festival with people other than those you live with. However, all is not lost. Holi is a joyous occasion, and what do Indians do when we’re happy? We eat! And we eat really good food! So, why don’t you cook up a storm in your kitchen? Here are some of the best Holi recipes which you should try this year.
It doesn’t feel like Holi until you stuff your face with delicious gujiya. Check out this easy recipe by chef Kunal Kapur which you can prepare over the weekend.
2. Dahi vada
This is the perfect addition to a festive meal. With a range of different flavours combined in a bowl, it’s no surprise that dahi vada is one of the most popular Holi recipes. Try this recipe by Nisha Madhulika.
Trying to resist those sweet cravings? Well, it’s pointless around a festival. Just look at the range of sweets you have to eat, like malpua. Watch this malpua recipe by Parul Gupta and try it on your own too.
4. Hara bhara kebab
When it comes to Indian food and presentation, no one does it better than chef Ranveer Brar. Check out his recipe for hara bhara kebab and present it to your family like a pro. One of the best Holi recipes out there, simply because the dish can look so colourful.
5. Papdi chaat
This is one of the easiest Holi recipes to try at home. And it’s also one of the biggest crowd pleasers! The crowd this year, of course, is your housemates. Check out this papdi chaat recipe by Cooking Shooking.
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