5 Delicious Food Items to Light Up Your Holi Feast

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​Thandai

​Chug down refreshing glasses of homemade classic, mango, or gulkand-infused thandai topped with nuts, cardamom, and rose petals.

​Anokhi Kheer

​Anokhi kheer is a unique sweet dish having white onions as one of its main ingredients. Surprised? It tastes best when garnished with pistachios, crushed nuts, chopped almonds, and saffron.

​Malpua

​Serve Malpua, made with Singhada flour, drenched in ghee, dipped in sugar to impress your loved ones.

​Desi-Flavoured Ice-Cream

​Try quirky flavours of ice cream – Masala Chai, Meetha Pan, Raj Bhog, Pani Puri, Nolen Gur, Green Chilli and many more. Wondering from where to get these?

​Gujiya

​Gujiya, a dessert popularly made on Holi is a crescent-shaped stuffed sweet dish filled with a dry fruit and khoya mixture. Make your Holi even sweeter with yummy Gujiyas.

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