A modern take on one of the favourite Holi sweets. Chef Savio from JW Marriott tweaks the traditional holi recipe (gujiya) and gives it a complete makeover. Sweet dumplings made of maida filled with a ...
Holi celebrations are incomplete without this traditional sweet. Khoya, mava, coconut and pistachio stuffed in maida pockets, fried and dipped in sugar syrup. Coconut gives this festive classic an interesting twist. This type of gujiya ...
The classic holi dessert with a twist of chocolate and hazelnut.
Along with splashes of colour, the air on Holi is filled with the enticing aroma of Gujjias. Follow this easy recipe to add some sweetness to your festivities.
Satisfyingly crisp and crunchy, make this much loved Indian snack at home. Aloo papads are popularly made during the festival of Holi.
A super nourishing drink bursting with fragrant flavours of almonds, cardamoms and kewda.
Barfi made with home-made khoya, almonds and pistas.
Chutney made from bhaang seeds, mint leaves and green chillies.
Bhaang is a popular intoxicating drink prepared during the festival of Holi. Originally made with cannabis leaves but this recipe makes use of whole spices, poppy seeds, water melon seeds and rose petals.
Crunchy onion and potato pakoras dipped in a chickpea flour batter induced with a hint of bhaang (cannabis leaves).
This year, Holi will be celebrated on the 13th of March, and like every year little children have already ready with fancy water guns while the markets are filled with a range of colours.
Holi Festival Recipes 2017 - Get the most cooked and delicious holi special recipes like gujiya, kachori, thandai, malpua and more.
Celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalgunam, Holi is a spring festival and is significant for the harvest season that kick-starts around this time.
The festival of colours is here! It's time to start the celebrations by getting all the basics ready. Here are six tips on how to make natural Holi colours at home.
Gujiyas, malpuas, bhang and thandai. The festival of colours is never complete without an elaborate platter of mouth-watering sweets and intoxicants. So here are some popular Holi recipes as the festival comes around Thursday:Gujiya These ...
Planning to host a grand Holi party?If yes, then have a look at these top 5 must haves on the menu for this festival.1) GujiyaHow can anyone imagine a Holi bash without some sugar syrup ...
When you're done playing and the festivities are over, it is quite a task to get all that colour off your skin and hair. Here are 5 easy tips to take care of your skin ...
Happy Holi 2017! No Holi celebration is complete without indulging in sinful gujiyas. Golden fried dumplings stuffed with khoya or coconut and a mix of spices, and then dunked in sugar syrup.
Holi is right round the corner, and what better way to start the celebrations than make delicious gujiyas at home? Here are our 5 favourite gujiya recipes.
Here are three wonderful and natural scrubsthat will help you remove the remnants of the nasty Holi colours as well as nourish your skin.