Top Holi Dishes You Must Try

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2. Masala Mathri

Masala Mathri

Spicy and savory, these crackers are manufactured with an easy dough and then generously seasoned with a number of spices including carom seeds. Malasa mathri certainly are a tasty snack that's easy to store and transport throughout the festival.

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3. Phirni

Phirni

Also known as kheer in some parts of the region, this dish can be a main meal or a dessert. It depends whether or not it has been sweetened. Phirni is essentially a rice pudding made with rice, broken wheat or tapioca, which has been cooked with milk and sugar.

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4. Barfi

Barfi

Barfi are small treats that are made with condensed milk, sugar and ground nuts or flour. They are cooked until solidified, usually giving a dense sweet layer. This sweet Holi food is cut into pieces and can be decorated with sliced nuts or fruit.

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8. Kachori

Kachori

These small pastry balls are stuffed with a savoury spicy mixture. Kachori are a perfect finger food and are often accompanied by a tamarind chutney for dipping. The most common filling includes horse beans, gram flour, red chili powder and black pepper, while there are plenty of regional variations too.Top Holi Dishes You Must Try. 

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9. Pakora

Pakora

These fried fritters originated in India, but they are now common across the region. They are made with a light batter similar to onion bhajis. Along with onion they may  be combined with meat, spinach, potato, cheese or other vegetables.

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11. Thandai

Thandai

This Holi food is mainly found in Rajasthan and the north of India. Thandai is a very popular drink made with almonds, saffron, milk, sugar and a variety of herbs. It’s also possible to find a version made with bhaang for the extra effect.

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