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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Tuck into Gourmet Combo Meal With Malpua this Holi

ImageHoli-one of the most awaited festival of the year is here. Along with mad rush of colors, pichakaris, big bashes, unlimited fun, Holi  brings a wonderful excuse to have family-friends get-together, splash colors of joy and enjoy delicious delicacies and sweets.  We say, instead of spending time on preparing meals at home, dine at the Handi Restaurant, Jaipur and enjoy the festivity to the fullest.

ImageThis holi, indulge in heavenly delicious and filling combo meals at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur. Amid lively environment, soothing music and warm hospitality, you won’t regret trying out our flavorful combo meals prepared by skilled chefs to make your Holi celebrations truly satisfying.

Combo Meal of Laal Maas and Bajra Roti –

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Combo Meal of Chicken Tikka Masala with Butter Naan –

ImageTo make your fabulous dining experience more satisfying and wholesome, savor high on taste – Malpua.

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Hope you enjoy dining at Handi Restaurant, Jaipur as much as we enjoy serving you.
Delightful Happy Holi to all gastronomes !!

For bookings & reservations:

HANDI RESTAURANT

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Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan – India
Tel:+91-141-2372275,2364839
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18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur-302021, Rajasthan – India
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Butter Chicken Boneless aka Murgh Makhni

Traditionally known as Murgh Makhani, a platter of Butter chicken is suitable for any occasion and easily finds its way to every food menu that boasts of authentic Indian delights.

A popular North Indian cuisine, Butter chicken is actually chicken marinated overnight in yoghurt, along with various Indian spices (like coriander, turmeric, garam masala, lime, cumin, methi, garlic and ginger), and cooked in tomato puree. Though it seems otherwise, making the chicken dish is not at all a difficult task, provided you have the right recipe with you. Butter Chicken is Handi’s autographed delicacy.

In the following lines, we have explained a very easy recipe for Indian butter chicken boneless, just for you. Let us tell you how to make this delicious chicken dish, and then surprise your guests with this relishing cuisine at this Holi get together.

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Handi’s Delicacy – Butter Chicken Boneless aka Murgh Makhni

 How to make Butter Chicken Boneless?

Ingredients

For Marinating

  • 800 gm Chicken (Boneless)
  • 1 tbsp Sour Yoghurt
  • 1tbsp Vinegar/Lemon Juice
  • 1 tsp Coriander Powder
  • 1tsp Cumin Powder
  • 1 tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 2 tsp Ginger
  • 2 tsp Garlic
  • 2 tsp Onion Paste
  • Salt to Taste

For Gravy

  • 4 large tbsp Butter
  • 2 tsp Fresh Cream
  • 4 Tomatoes (finely chopped)
  • 1 Ginger (finely chopped)
  • 1 tsp Cumin
  • 1 tsp Coriander
  • 1 tsp Black Pepper
  • 1 tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 4-5 Green Chilies (finely chopped)
  • 2 tsp ground Cashew Nuts (optional)
  • Salt and Sugar to taste
  • Fresh Coriander Leaves (for garnish)

Instructions 

  • Cut the chicken into small pieces. Mix well all the ingredients for the marinade and thoroughly apply a mixture to the chicken pieces and set aside in the refrigerator.
  • Let the marinated pieces stand for a few hours. For best results, marinate the chicken overnight.
  • Heat 2 tsp of butter in a pan. Put the marinated chicken in the pan and cook on a low flame, for about half an hour. Make sure that the chicken doesn’t get charred, but is completely cooked.
  • Next, heat 2 tsp of butter in another pan. Add cumin, coriander, red chili and black pepper powder to the butter and stir fry the mixture for a few seconds, on a low flame. You can also add 2 tsp of cashew nut paste to enhance the taste.
  • Add chopped tomatoes, sugar and salt to the mixture and cook (uncovered), on a medium flame, for 5-7 minutes (or till the tomato pieces thickens to form a puree).
  • Carefully beat 2 tbsp of cream in a bowl and add it to the tomato puree and mix it well.
  • Lower the flame and add the cooked chicken, salt, chopped ginger and green chilies to the gravy and mix well.
  • Cook the mixture for another 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes, pour the simmering mixture onto a ceramic bowl and add a teaspoonful of butter on top.
  • Garnish the chicken with freshly cut coriander leaves and some cream.

Its mouthwatering taste can be enjoyed with Naan, Rotis or steamed rice, which makes it a hot favorite among chicken lovers around the world. The dish tastes mild, so you can modify the quantity of spices.