The Hindu religious festival Holi is all about color, but it’s also an excuse to eat foods that awaken the senses and keep your spirits high. While the variety of Holi dishes across the country is immense, The Culture Trip has put together a list of traditional food items that are synonymous with this celebration of colors.
Although traditional Holi delicacies vary from region to region and family to family, we’ve included a few important snacks and drinks to enjoy during your celebration. So get out, throw brightly colored powder everywhere, enjoy a bhaang-laced glass of thandai, and eat yourself silly.
As I prepare for Holi, I want to have a table-full of delicacies. Traditional recipes made for Holi makes the day memorable. So I picked the top 10 recipes for Holi which I’m going to make for my family and friends. I’m sure you too are looking for what to make on Holi, so just follow the recipes and give a personal touch to your celebrations.