Holi Is A Auspicious Festival Of India, Celebrated On Immense Stratum. Head To Toe Of India Filled With Colors And Colors Are Not Only On The Faces And Hands But Also In The Kitchens. Kitchens Are Full Of Colorful Sweets, Drinks And Snacks. After Soaking With Colors Whole Day, In Evening People Get Ready To Meet There Friends And Colleagues On Road & Home And Enjoys Delicious Street Food Together. In Different Areas Of India There Is Variety And Taste Of Food.
Aloo Tikki

Street Food That Fuels India’s Holi Festival

  • Gujhia Famous In North India Which Is Made Up Of Flour And Filled With Milk Products 
  • Juicy Gujhia Is Famous In Lucknow Region- Gujhia Dipped In Sugar Water.
  • Dahi Bada Or Dahibhalla- Madeup Of Urad And Moong Dal, Served With Curd And Chutney Famous In North India
  • Dahi Lassi- Famous Refringent Drink In Bihar. Made Up Of Curd.
  • Thandai With Ladoo- Famous Lagger Drink Of Holi Celebraion. Thandai Is Made-up Of Milk, Kesar And Dry Fruits. At Some Places Marijuana Leaves Also Added To Dope As They Think That Marijuana Is Lord Shiva's Favourite.
  • Coconut Barfi Is Famous In Gujarat.
  • Peda In Famous In Mathura Region.
  • Different Types Of Pakodas Made-up Of Gram Flour, Onion, Potato, Cauliflower And Cheese Etc.
  • Kanji Bada- Pakodi, Made-up Of Moong Dal, Dipped In Salty And Sour Water.
  • Dal Bati And Churma- Famous In Rajasthan. Madeup Of Urad Dal, Wheat Flour.
  • Homemade Papad- Different Kinds Of Papad Made With Sabudana, Potato, Rice And Pulses.
  • Sabudana Bada Is Famous In Maharashtra.
  • A Special Bangali Samosa Named 'Phulkopir Shingara' Famous In West Bengal On Holi.
  • Aloo Tikki- Made-up Of Potatos And Served With Chutnies Famous In North India.
  • Beet Thinai Paniyaram Is A Sweet Dish Famous In South India On Holi.
  • Puranpoli Is Also Famous In South India And Maharashtra On Holi.
  • Dabeli Is Famous In Gujarat.
  • Other Street Food Are Bhel Puri, Namak Para, Jaljeera


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