Karanji is a dish that makes the festival complete. The ingredient necessary for the outer cover includes Maida flour and salt. It has stuffing which vary according to different states. Some stuff it with coconut, while some with mawa and dry fruits. The inner filling is then covered with the floured sheet and is cut using a cutter in a semicircle shape. It is then deep fried till it becomes brown. It is consumed in festivals especially during Holi and Diwali. It is crispy and delicious in every bite.
The word Rasmalai itself reminds us of something which is sweet and filled with creamy, juicy stuff. Rasmalai is one of the favourite desserts of the people. This delicacy is consumed during occasions and festivals and can be prepared in your home for this Holi too. The ingredients include solid milk extracts, and small round balls of it are made. This has to be kept immersed into the thick milky syrup which has cardamom, flavors, almonds, saffron. These cheese balls become soft and fluffy after some time and is served with some garnishing.
Jalebi is such a delicacy that can never be rejected by anyone! It is readily available in sweet shops. People also make it in streets, serving hot which is enjoyed a lot during thecold and rainy season. The ingredients include Maida flour, yoghurt, sugar, food-color, and ghee This batter is then put into the hot oil in a circular shape and fried till it become slight brown in color. Meanwhile, a sugar syrup is prepared, and this fried stuff is placed into the liquid and kept for some time until it absorbs the sweetness. Some people make it in orange color while some make it in yellow. Some make it little hard and crispy, and some make it very soft. People from every age group enjoy eating this mouth-watering dessert.
4 Bhang Ke Pakore
If it is Holi, then Bhang has to be the complementary drink for the people. People drink Bhang and enjoy the festive environment. Traditional stories take us back to the times when Lord Shiv used to drink this Bhang. Now along with the drink, one can also prepare Bhang kePakore, in which we make the pakora with the common ingredient and add Bhang into it. These balls are fried in oil and removed out after they become light brown in color. One can also prepare Chutney with Bhang.
Thandai is a drink which is made especially during Holi. The ingredients include spices and milk. It is the favourite drink of all the people and they enjoy it during festivals. This drink is used to welcome guests and make their day special. Chilled Thandai makes the best serve.
6 Paani Puri
Paani Puri is one of the favourite dishes of all. People crave to eat this whenever given a chance. This festive time, we can all make this dish at our homes rather than eating it outside. The Puri is afried ball which is hollow from inside. Stuffing’s include masala, channa, meetha chutney, and spicy water.
7 Apple Kheer
Kheer marks the happiness of festivals. To make something new, we can try making Apple Kheer which is delicious and is loved by many. The ingredients include milk, apple, Rice, Cashew nuts, and black grapes. This Kheer is rich in taste as well as nutritious.
As the name suggests, they are the milk solids in circular form filled with Ras. The ingredients for Ras include milk and sugar. It is soft and melts in the mouth. It can be made in the house easily. Festivals are lightened up by making such special sweets and spreading the sweetness among all.
9 Malai Kulfi
Kulfi is evergreen is the hearts of the people. It reminds them of their childhood days, and they like to experience it again given a chance. Festivals are the time when people relax in their home and spend quality time their friends and family while having the delightful delicacies. Malai Kulfi is an ice cream,and it’s ingredients include milk, sugar, cardamom which is mouth-watering.
10 Mango Burfi
Mango burfi marks the joy of festivals. It is delicious, and it is a treat for all people who love mango. The ingredients include mango, sugar, milk and dry fruits. Holi is the time people start to prepare such delicacies.
11 Pista Paan
For all the Paan and Pista lovers, this is a treat for you in this festival. The ingredients include Pista and other dry fruits added with the gulkand flavor. Pista sheet is rolled over these ingredients in a Paan shape and some garnishing is done for serving.
12 Chum Chum
Chum Chum originates from Bengal and is prepared on every occasion there. It marks their tradition. This sweet has ingredients like Paneer, milk, sugar, and dry fruits. It is soft and melts in the mouth. It can be made in the house easily. Festivals are lightened up by making such special sweets and spreading the sweetness among all.
Peda originates from a famous place Mathura. Whenever people visit there, they bring Peda for their friends and families. In this festival, we all can prepare this Peda at our home itself by the simple recipe it has. The ingredients include milk solids, sugar, ghee, and cardamon. These Peda’s are brown in color and tastes different from other Pedas.
14 Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun, listening to this name itself brings water in our mouth. This sweet dish covers sugar syrup and Jamun which taste delectable and tempting to eat more. The ingredients of this appetizer include Sugar, Milk solids, and cardamom. It is soft and melts in the mouth. It can be made in the house easily. Festivals are lightened up by making such special sweets and spreading the sweetness among all.
15 Kaju Pista Roll
KajuPista Roll is an easy to make sweet and is one of the favourites of all. People become happy by seeing this delicacy. The Ingredients include Kaju, Pista, Sugar, Milk Solids, and Cardamon. Kaju or the cashew nut is mashed and made into sheet form. Then it is filled with the Pista and other ingredients and made a roll. Festivals are lightened up by making such special sweets and spreading the sweetness among all.
16 Shahi Tukda
This delicacy is a traditional sweet from Hyderabad. It is a bread pudding which complements the happy environment. People prepare this at home which is also easy to make. They share it with their families and friends. The ingredients include Bread, sugar, and condensed milk.
17 Kaju Katli
KajuKatli is one of the mouth-watering sweet dishes of all. Cashew nut is powdered, and other ingredients are mixed into it. It is cut in diamond shape and decorated with some garnishing. Festivals are lightened up by making such special sweets and spreading the sweetness among all.
18 Coconut Peda
Coconut Peda is one of the favourites among the people who like coconut the most. It marks the festival with a sweet touch. The ingredients include Coconut, Milk solids, and Sugar.Festivals like Holi and Diwali are marked with these delicacies. It is crispy and delicious in every bite.
19 Coconut Ladoo
Coconut marks the festival with a sweet touch. The ingredients include Coconut, Milk solids, and Sugar. Festivals like Holi and Diwali are marked with these delicacies. It is crispy and delicious in every bite. It is one of the mouth-watering sweet dishes of all.
20 Carrot Ladoo
Dishes from Carrot usually marks the festivals. Carrot Ladoo is soft and delicious in every bite. It is one of the mouth-watering sweet dishes of all. The ingredients include Carrot, Kesar, Milk solids, and Sugar.