Top 20 Foods To Make At Home For Holi

top 20 foods to make at home for holi

Holi is one of India’s most cherished and recognized festivals & observed in almost every corner of the nation; It is also known as the “festival of love” because, on this day, people get together to forgive their grievances & negative emotions against one another;The grand Indian celebration lasts one day and one night, beginning in the evening of Purnima, or the Full Moon Day in the month of Falgun.

1. Thandai

Holi is not complete without the Thandai. It is made with milk and seasoned with nuts, seeds, and spices.

Thandai 1

2. Gujia

An authentic Indian sweet, fried Gujia, is filled with an admixture of mawa (khoya), nuts, and coconut; It is a delightful treat made during Holi;


3. Gulab Jamun 

Gulab Jamun is the most famous Indian dessert. Gulab Jamun is deep-fried donuts shaped like balls and soaked in sweet rose seasoned saccharinity;These divine, melt-in-the-mouth Gulab Jamuns are a perfect spare to your day!

Gulab Jamun

4. Gulab Jamun Shrikhand Bowls

This easy Indian combination sweet is sure to be a party surprise. Bowls of Gulab Jamun Shrikhand;Zingy, delicate shrikhand combined with sweet Gulab Jamun is a divine combination.

Gulab Jamun Shrikhand Bowls

5. Suji Ka Halwa

Suji Ka Halwa, also known as Sheera, is an Indian semolina pudding made with essential constituents – semolina, sugar, and ghee. The pudding tastes simply divine and takes just twenty minutes to prepare.

Suji Ka Halwa

6. Coconut Pumpkin Halwa

Coconut Pumpkin Halwa, also called Kaddu ka Halwa, is a pumpkin sweet made with pumpkin, sugar, ghee, coconut, and nuts. It can be cooked in a pressure cooker and takes less than 40 minutes!

Coconut Pumpkin Halwa

7. Kalakand 

Kalakand is one of the most loved Indian sweets during Holi. You all love this easy instant kalakand form to make this melt-in-the-mouth sweet in less than 30 minutes!


8. Shrikhand, Kesar Elaichi

Shrikhand is a tasty and flavored Indian sweet. Soft, silky yogurt is mixed with sugar and cardamom and garnished with saffron and pistachios to make this wonderful Kesar Elaichi Shrikhand.

Shrikhand Kesar Elaichi.

9. Carrot Kheer

Carrot Kheer, also called carrot payasam, is made with carrots, milk, cashews, and dates, with the added aroma of cardamom and saffron. A tasty and satisfying dessert with no added sugar. You or your children would not mind requesting alternate and third servings!

Carrot Kheer

10. Meethe Chawal

It is a traditional Punjabi delicacy that is boiled and savored during the festival such as Holi and Diwali; The essential components for Meethe Chawal are basmati rice and sugar syrup. The carefully chosen mix of Indian spices such as green cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and Kesar make it tasty and aromatic. The dried fruits enhance the flavor and provide a visually appealing visual appeal.

Meethe Chawal

11. Dahi Vada

Fluff, soft, zesty, and sweet dahi vada mix all of your favorite flavors and textures into one delicious snack;They are handmade fried lentil dumpling pattie that is dipped in creamy whipped yogurt and topped with both spicy and sweet chutneys;

Dahi Vada 1

12. Ragda Chaat

Ragda Chaat served on a white plate outgunned with sev. Ragda Chaat, called Matar Chaat, is a roadside snack made with dried white peas. It’s outgunned with onions, tomatoes, chutneys, and spices to make a succulent snack.

Ragda Chaat

13. Namak Pare

Brickle namak para in a coliseum served with chai. Namak para is a deep-fried Indian delicacy that’s delicious, crisp, and addictive—made with all-purpose flour (maida), semolina, and many spices similar to ajwain, swab, and pepper for a light flavor. It’s one of the most popular snacks among kids.

Namak Pare

14. Khandvi

Khandvi is a mixture of gram flour and buttermilk. Cooking this smooth batter of the gram flour and buttermilk for 10 -15 minutes; Then, soft and delicious Khandvi rolls are with gram flour and tempered with mustard seeds;


15. Kala Chana Chaat

Kala Chana Chaat is a healthy black chickpea salad made with black chickpeas, onions, tomatoes, avocados, and spices. This refreshing salad has fresh and spicy flavors.

Kala Chana Chaat

16. Vada Pav

Vada Pav is the famous street food of Mumbai and a favorite for any gathering. A fried potato cutlet, or vada, is filled in between mini-burger buns called pav, along with sweet chutney, gunpowder, or chutney.

Vada Pav

17. Samosa Poppers

Samosa jalapeno poppers with tamarind chutney; A twist to the favorite appetizer-Samosa; This is a healthy and gluten-free interpretation made in the air range for the samosa suckers.

Samosa Poppers

18. Magas 

Magas is a Gujarati fudge made of gram flour, ghee, cardamom, sugar, and nuts;Make this delicious sweet;


19. Paneer Patty

Paneer Patties are a simple cottage snack made with a few components such as cheese, mashed potatoes, cornflour, and spices. It’s a tasty teatime or evening snack with a serving of green chutney or tomato ketchup.

Paneer Patty

20. Rava Ladoo

Rava Ladoo, also called Suji Ladoo, is a famous sweet from India made during the gleeful season. These melt-in-the-mouth Rava Ladoo need just a few ingredients-roasted semolina, ghee, milk, and sugar;

Rava Lado