Holi 2018 is finally here and obviously, we can’t keep calm! Apart from two days of ultimate fun with colors and water, the festival also offers us some kinds of delicious food and cuisine, we can say endless food and fun just awaited for this carnival Holi.

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Whatever we eat on the Holi is not just rich and delicious; in fact, food of the festival is just memory for us which can give us some nostalgic flavor.

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On this carnival, Holi is regarded as the binge-eating foods that sometimes we can feel guilty because the food and dishes the festival Holi can offer? Holi fever has reached its peak now and on the day of this festival we all just parties around anywhere and everywhere and sweet shops fill up with mouth-watering delicacies and food.

We are drooling over pictures of food obviously which we see on our newsfeed of the social media.

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1). Malpuas

These fried sweet pancakes are said to be the favorite of the many Indian states are typically served during Holi. Malpuas are accompanied by sweet rabdi and this dish is topped with chopped nuts like pistachios, almonds, cashews and so on.

Sometimes, we also served malpuas with Kathal ki sabzi, mutton curry or aallo dum.

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2). Dahi Bhalla

Chaat is one of the most popular Indian street foods, other than we can see several and different variations of the Indian chaat, which is also regarded as the dahi bhalla chaat is regularly served during this festival.

This is the dahi bhalla papdi chaat which is consists of the crunchy, fried papdi and soft bhalla in a pool of sweetened curd, coriander and mint chutney with some tamarind chutney.

3). Samosa

Samosas and kachoris are also regarded as the special cuisine which can be served on the festival of color. Samosas are filled with spicy potato and peas filling which are served with chutney.

4). Gujiya

Holi celebrations are incomplete without the gujiya, which is regarded as one of the most favorite dishes of the festival of its celebration and people just love this recipe anyway.

5). Thandai

Thandai is a summer cooler which typically offers during this carnival of the color celebration and it is served all throughout the season in each house of India. While, in the festive season anyway, it’s laced with intoxicants of all kinds with bhaang which is said to be something very popular in the festival.

Thandai has cooling watermelon seeds, with some fragrances’ of rose water served in the color of kesar or saffron.

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