Celebration of colours, the Hindu Holi Festival also brings along some delicious food and mouth watering dishes. Delicacies are one of the integral parts of any Indian festival, and Holi ranks on the top for good food. One of the most popular dessert of Holi is 'Gujhia', which is a must for every North Indian home during the season. There are 'papris' and 'dahi vade' that makes mouth water. The intoxicating 'bhang-ke-vade' should be kept away from children and should be taken in moderation. However, one should allow some and make exceptions for the day for the spirit of Holi.
Holi is also famous for the sweets that are offered to the visitors that come to apply colors and enjoy the sweets offered by the host. Holi has always been known for the big bashes and parties that are thrown to enjoy the celebrations and precedings.
Here some recepies for some sweets and tasty food. Holi recipes will teach you some easy to cook methods of creating some great dishes for the festival. Hope you enjoy eating them as well as serving them during the Holi Festival.
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