Besides smearing bright hues; Holi is also about indulging in some mouth-watering dishes to celebrate the festive mood. And if you are hosting a Holi party, you better make sure you have some kickass tasty food and sweets that your guests can savor. Remember a Holi party is lit only when people can indulge in delicacies like gujiya, malpua, dahi bhalle and what not. So, ShaadiWish is here to give you a list of mouth-watering Holi dishes that you need to treat your guests with.

Make A List Of These Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Turn Your Holi Party Into A Lit Affair:

Gujiya

Is it even Holi if there is no gujiya? Mostly famous in the northern parts of the country, it is delighted by people pan-India. Fried or baked this dessert will remind you of your Holi memories from childhood. Gujiya is a Holi staple and a delectable sweet dish that is unmissable for a Holi party.

Thandai

When you think of Holi, thandai will surely cross your mind. Be it bhaang wali thandai, paan thandai or just the simple and classic thandai loaded with dry fruits, you need to include one in your Holi party. Prepared using milk and an assortment of spices, this beverage is sure to make your guests feel refreshed after a cathartic Holi party.

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party

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Dahi Bhalle

Don’t you want your diners to drool over the food you serve and come back again next year? This is one dish that is a Holi party must-have! The perfect blend of curd and spices, this dish is a favorite of every single person. Dahi bhalle is one of those mouth-watering Holi dishes that brings everyone so much joy that it would be criminal to not indulge in it for your party.

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party
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Puran Poli

Highly popular in Maharashtra and a staple there in Holi is puran poli. This dish is a burst of flavors and is something you cannot miss. This delectable dish is easy to make and is light as well as scrumptious. It’s a buttery flatbread resembling the ‘roti’ and is prepared with sweet stuffing served with ghee. Each bite of this mouth-watering Holi dish will entice you and your guests who take a bite.

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party

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Malpua

This delectable sweet dish tastes heavenly when served hot with a hint of cardamom and kesar. Don’t forget to add this sweet into your menu.

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Bhaang Pakoras

Bhang is an important and inseparable part of Holi. Bhang is infused with drinks like thandai and lassi and is also used to prepare bhang pakoras. You can however, keep this optional and serve onion pakoras instead if your guests aren’t too up for trying out this savory dish.

Rasmalai

When it’s deciding about serving holi dishes at your eatery, how can you forget the Rasmalai? This creamy delight with delicious chenna, this dessert is the epitome of sweet goodness. You can add your own twists to the delicacy with saffron strands or fruit essence and adorn your dessert table with this aromatic sweet dish.

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Kachori Chaat

There is no desi party without chaat or kachori! This favorite snack is a must-have in your Holi party, ‘cause why not? Make it Raj Kachori and add tons of chaat flavors to make it lip smacking, trust us, it will be the most crowded stall at the party.

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party
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Badaam Phirni

Phirni is a thicker version of Kheer and has a creamier texture. This versatile delicacy can be eaten on its own, while some even prefer it to be eaten with hot Malpua. Loaded with the goodness of almonds, this delectable sweet dish is one to look out for at a Holi party.

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party

Samosa

Just like kachori, samosas are yet another favorite snack to relish after you have played Holi for hours! You can also serve mini dal samosa or matar samosa with a variety of chutney as a delicious Holi snack. 

Mouth-Watering Holi Dishes To Lit Up Your Holi Party

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