5 Must Have Snacks On Holi!

It’s just a day left for holi 🙂 Holi is the time to relish some delightful cocktails and special snacks and sweets made especially for this festival. We have here 5 foods without which Holi might seem to be incomplete 🙂

  1. Thandai

Cool, milky , rich with dry fruits – Thandai finds its place on the festival of colors due to certain scientific reasons. With the summers approaching, people usually pick for cool, chilled drinks. Bhaang is one important part of Holi which is served while mixing in thandai.

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  1. Gujiya

A special sweet to add a sweet tooth to the festivities is Gujiya. With a wide variety of Gujiya available, they give a unique and special taste to fill your mouth.

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  1. Dahi Vadas

Dahi vadas though have become the most served dish today which is available throughout the year was served especially during spring summer season as it was said to had a cooling effect for the body. But it doesn’t matter, enjoy this curdilicious delicacy of Dahi Vadas this Holi 😉

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  1. Kanjhi Vada

A special chaat made to ease digestion, Kanjhi Vada is a spicy tangy snack. It is made especially on holi giving a perfect sweet and sour taste to your mouth.

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  1. Shakkar paras and Namak paras

Easy to make at home, shakkar paras and namak paras are all time favorite and best treat to munch all day while playing Holi.

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Holi : Drench in Rajasthani Flavors

In Rajasthan, nothing completes the joyous sentiments of any festival better than its rich, lip-smacking delicacies. Take the advantage of the Holi festival, and treat yourself and your family with authentic flavors of Rajasthani delicacies at an award winning Handi Restaurant, Jaipur.

Rajasthani Thali

Rajasthan is a haven for gourmets. The princely state is popular for its royalty and vibrant culture, and the glimpses of which are portrayed in its cuisine as well. Its delicacies which are often described as an ‘epicurean’s delight’ are mainly  comprised of gatte ke sabzi, laal-maas, Daal bati churma, Ker-sangri, Papad ki sabzi and Rajasthani Kadhi.  The distinct cooking style reflects the prosperity and the wealth of Rajasthan. The food here involves use of milk, yoghurt and buttermilk to make gravy dishes and, seasoned with pure ghee to bring out its mouth watering aroma.

There is no other restaurant in Jaipur like the Handi that reflects the true essence of Rajasthan. The restaurant is known as a pioneer to an elated dining experience and for its authentic recipes which are prepared in true traditional style.  Not just food, even the ambiance and décor here are centered on the Rajasthani theme- something which is hard to find anywhere else. It offers delicious signature Rajasthani delicacies with a host of sumptuous desserts. The emphasis is on authenticity in every meal. Be it a local or tourist, everyone loves food here for its authenticity and variety. Experienced and talented chefs prepare dishes using some of the best ingredients to garner the authentic flavors to the dishes, and let its patrons experience the true joy of relishing Rajasthani food.

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For bookings & reservations:

HANDI RESTAURANT

OPP.GPO, M.I. ROAD
Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
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18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-4016200