Quick Delicacies to try this Holi
Thinking what to prepare for your guests this Holi? If yes, then you are definitely at the right place! In this blog, you will get ideas about making sweet and savory delicacies without spending much time in the kitchen.
Holi marks the beginning of spring and the end of winter. It signifies the victory of good over evil. There are many religious and traditional beliefs associated with this festival, but what makes it so unique, is the spirit which remains the same throughout the country.
Well, imagining celebrations without good food, especially in India is quite difficult. Here is the list of delicacies that you can try at your home in minimum time:-
Gujiya’s – How can holi be celebrated without gujiyas? Yes, those sweet fried delicacies dipped in sugar syrup having delicious fillings can’t be left behind! The worry is the oil which makes it heavy now ditch the conventional way and fry in Glen Rapid Fryer and enjoy the gujiyas with 80% fat free.
Malpua – This simple and delightful delicacy is prepared with all-purpose flour, milk, sugar. It is fried in ghee and then dipped in sugar syrup. It has delicate flavors and the ingredients can be adjusted as per likings.
Thandai – Welcome your guests to the refreshing aroma of traditional thandai with. Packed with the goodness of milk, dry fruits, herbs and spices, thandai has a cooling effect on your body. Use your Glen Active Blender and make it and serve later when the guests arrive.
Bharwa Gol gappe – You can directly buy the ready-made gol gappa’s from the market and prepare the filling at home. Drizzle with tangy chutney prepared in Glen Mixer Grinder.
Dahi Bhalla – This dish requires some advanced preparations, as you will have to soak the urad dal overnight. Grind it in Glen Mixer Grinder and then deep fry and soak into water. Take curd beat the same with Glen Hand Mixer and then put the soaked bhallas after draining the extra water into the beaten curd. Season it with coriander and green chilies and serve. Your guests will surely enjoy it.
Moong dal kachori – it is made with soaked moong dal sautéed with onion and mix of spices. You can serve it with green or tamarind chutney as per your liking.
Don’t forget to tell what you tried among the given delicacies!