Holi Celebration: Traditional Food

Holi Celebration: Traditional Food

Holi is a festival of colors celebrated all around india in different forms but with the same intensity of joy, togetherness and love.

here are a few recipes from my website that are usually made in my home during holi festival. sharing with all of you. please click on the pictures to visit the recipe post.

Papdi Chaat Recipe

papdi chaat recipe with step by step photos – i still remember having papdi chaat for the first time in a punjabi restaurant in mumbai (can’t remember the restaurant’s name). it was one of the best papdi chaat i had in mumbai.
when living in delhi, i had papdi chaats often, but cannot forget the one i had in mumbai. being a true blue mumbaite, i have always made sev puri, pani puri, dahi sev batata puri at home, but never papdi chaat.
not that papdi chaat is difficult or time consuming. just that it did not come to me that i can make it at home. so for the first time i made papdi chaat at home and it was exactly like the one i had in the mumbai restaurant. i made it the same day when i made sev puri.

Traditional Food on Holi Celebrationsd

Traditional Food on Holi Celebrationsd

in papdi chaat, besides the papdis (fried flour crispies), a melt in the mouth fusion of boiled chickpeas, potatoes and pakoris (fried black gram fritters) and curd (yogurt) is added.

Pakoras

i had made lovely mirch, potato and brinjal pakoras for my friends and they all loved it. you can use different veggies like cauliflower, capsicum, cabbage, raw banana, aubergines, potato, sweet potato, bitter gourd, green chili and of course onions.along with the vegetable pakoras i have also made bread pakoras. pakoras are loved by indians and even my friends from other countries love it.

l Food on Holi Celebrations

l Food on Holi Celebrations

 

 

 

 

 

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