Holi 2019: What all you can prepare for a memorable Holi Lunch?
Holi 2019 is finally here and the weather is just perfect to gear up for the most vibrant festival of India. This year the festival of colors would be celebrated on March 21, 2019. Drenching each other in water or dodging the attacks of water guns and balloons, Holi is definitely a festival high on energy. From Mathris, Malpuas to Gujiyas, Holi is a license to indulge in some mouth-watering dishes. Well, Holi lunch is one of the most important highlights of the festival. So if you are planning to call over your near and dears for Holi Lunch, here are a few things that you can prepare to woo them.
Holi is incomplete without Thandai
Drinks are a very important part of Lunch and Holi lunch just can’t happen without Thandai. You can opt for different Thandai depending on your preference. You can try Iced – Tea Thandai which is made with the goodness of Assam tea, almonds, Khus Khus, and Fennel seeds and cardamom. But if you are a fan of conventional Thandai, then you can go for Almond milk Thandai made with nutty goodness of almonds. Lastly, if you want to start off from any light drink, then you can go for Jaljeera.
Starters for the Occasion
Dahi Bhalla is one Holi ritual we can never get enough off. Dahi Bhalla and Dal Kachori are the main highlights of Holi Lunch. Your guests will definitely love it. Apart from it, if you want to try something adventurous, then you can also try Bhaang Ki Pakodi. It is a very popular snack which is prepared on the occasion of Holi.
For this, you can choose accordingly to your wish. If you want to keep the main course vegetarian, then you can choose Dal Makhani, Benarasi Dum Aloo or you can go for simple Chole Kulche. For non-veg lovers, you go for Chicken Sukka and Rogan Josh is another scrumptious option.
When it Holi nothing can beat the pleasure of eating Ghujiya, especially maa ke haath ki bani hui. Holi celebration is incomplete without Ghujiya.
The entire team of One World News wishes you a very Happy Holi. Play a safe Holi and have loads of Fun.