Pakora on Holi 2020 – Snack Recipe that Everyone Loves to Eat

Holi is incomplete without adding the color of food. So here we go to know with the easy to cook recipe of yummy Pakora at home for Holi 2020.

Pakora Recipe on Holi 2020:

bhang ke pakore

Pakora is an exciting snack as you can make it from any ingredient of your choice. The range can vary from onion to potato, and much more. So here we will tell you about the recipe of Pakora, in general, to make your Holi amazing.

Ingredients for Pakora:

See the list of ingredients below:

ItemQuantity
Green chili1 (chopped)
GingerThumb size piece
Tomato1
Gram flour200 grams
Chili powder1.5 teaspoons
Garam masala1.5 teaspoons
Coriander1-5 teaspoons
Potato2 medium
Aubergine1/2
Cauliflower1/2
Onion1 large
Lemon1/2
Vegetable oilFor frying

Making of Pakora on Holi:

Make the paste of pakora by adding chili, tomato, and ginger together. And set it aside. Then mix flour with powdered spices and add that powdered mixture to the mixed vegetables. Mox them all together so that everything combines well. Now slowly add water to it until it becomes a fine batter. After that, add a little lemon juice to it.

Frying Pakoras:

Preheat oil in a deep saucepan up to 180-degree Celcius. Take a spoon or use your hands to put the mixture into the oil in the form of small balls. Add as much as they fit in without sticking to each other. Fry for about 5 minutes until they turn golden brown and crispy as well. After frying, put them on a strainer or white paper so that excess oil drains away. Serve with Chatni.

Making Pakora on any occasion is easy. So why not make it a part of the Holi 2020 menu. And don’t forget to share with us your experience after your guests love it.

Hot Buttered Bhang Recipe on Holi 2020

Holi demands drinks of all types. They can range from traditional to modern. A combo of the traditional and modern drink’s recipe is also becoming popular for the Holi festival and one of them is Hot Buttered Bhang. Let’s know what it is.

Hot Buttered Bhang Recipe:

hot buttered bhang

Bhaang has a lot of variety for Indians. One of them is Hot Buttered Bhang. It is a cooked Bhang, which includes butter and vodka. Let’s learn to make it at home.

Ingredients of Hot Buttered Bhang:

To make this exceptional variety of Bhang, you will need the following ingredients.

ItemQuantity
Butter or Ghee1/8 pound
Marijuana leaves1/2 or 1/3 ounce
Vodka8 ounces
Cardamom seed powder1 or 2 pinches
HoneyTo taste

Making the Hot Buttered Bhang:

Melt the ghee or butter on medium flame in a frying pan. Break marijuana leaves and add them to the pan. When the mixture becomes sizzling hot, and vodka into it. Take care that the hot butter doesn’t splatter when you add vodka. So pour it slowly and swiftly. While the mixture is boiling, add cardamom seed powder. Stir it continuously and cook the mixture for about 30 seconds.

After that, strain the mixture. Use a spoon to mash and extract all the liquid out of it. You can boil the leftover again to extract more juice out of it. Add honey as per taste and enjoy it like hot chocolate.

Try making some snacks along with the Bhang on Holi. Find your favorite recipe here.

Serve to your guests, and they will love it.

Flavored Bhang Recipe on holi (Delicious and Tasty)

The festival of colors needs some refreshing drinks to maintain the hydration level of the body. Bhang is the favorite of all Indians, but people demand varieties in it too. You can also make Flavored Bhang with an easy recipe this Holi. Let’s learn how you can do it.

Flavored Bhang Recipe on Holi 2020:

flavored bhang

Adding flavors to the basic ingredients of Bhang makes it a Flavored Bhang. It is delicious, refreshing, and much more than a simple Bhang. Let’s know how you can make it at home this Holi 2020.

Ingredients of Flavored Bhang:

To make a yummy Flavored Bhang, you will be needing the following ingredients.

ItemQuantity
Water2 cups
Marijuana (fresh flowers and leaves)1 ounce
Warm milk4 cups
Chopped almonds2 tablespoons
Garam masala1/8 teaspoon
Ginger powder1/4 teaspoon
Sugar1 cup

Making the Flavored Bhang:

Give a rapid boil to water and pour it into a teapot. Clean marijuana by removing seeds and twigs from it. Put it into the teapot and cover the teapot. Leave it aside for about 7 minutes. Tie a heavy muslin cloth over a pot and pour the water in the teapot onto it.

Now put the drained water aside. Take the marijuana leftover onto your hands and squeeze to extract any remaining liquid. Whatever you got, add it to the water you saved earlier.

Whatever residue of marijuana remains, put it into a mortar. Add 2 teaspoons of warm milk and slowly grind marijuana. Squeeze the milk out of the ground paste and repeat the process for about 4 to 5 times. Collect all the squeezed milk into a bowl. The marijuana left will be a pulpy mass now.

Now add almonds and warm milk into the mortar and grind to make a fine paste. Extract the milk like done with marijuana earlier. Repeat a few times until the residue is like fibers and nut meal.

In the end, combine the 3 extracted liquids; the marijuana water, marijuana milk, and almond milk. Add rosewater, garam masala, dried ginger, sugar, and remaining milk to it. Chill Flavored Bhang for at least an hour before you serve.

So this was everyone’s favorite flavored Bhang. Make it a part of your Menu on Holi 2020, and you will be praised a lot.

Thandai Recipe on Holi 2020

Holi is an outdoor celebration under direct sunlight. So it demands something refreshing to drink. Thandai is the traditional Indian drink recipe that everyone loves to drink on Holi. Let’s learn to make it at home this Holi 2020.

Thandai Recipe:

thandai

A nutritious drink made of milk, sugar, water, and dry fruits is known as Thandai. Its meaning is to refresh the body within a sip. It is considered to be a significant part of Holi celebrations in most of India. Let’s learn to make this simple drink at home.

Ingredients for Thandai:

To make a refreshing Thandai, you will need the following ingredients.

ItemQuantity
Water1.5 liter
Sugar1.5 cups
Milk1 cup
Almonds1 tablespoon
Kharbooj/ tarbooj skinned seeds1 tablespoon
Saunf (aniseed)1/2 tablespoon
Khuskhus (poppy seeds)1/2 tablespoon
Cardamom powder1/2 teaspoon
Rosewater1/2 teaspoon
Peppercorns whole1 teaspoon
Dried or fresh rose petals1/4 cup

Making Thandai:

Take ½ liter of water, soak sugar in it, and put it aside. By the time, wash all dry ingredients thoroughly except cardamom if you are using its powder. Add all of them in 2 cups of water and keep it aside too.

After about 2 hours, grind the second soaked mixture to a fine paste. When the paste looks very fine, add the remaining water to it. Now tie a heavy muslin cloth or strainer to the edges of a deep vessel. But the fine paste onto it and drain it by pressing with hands. Repeat the process by adding some water each time to it. Repeat until the mixture becomes as dry as a husk.

Now add sugar solution, rosewater, and cardamom powder to the extracted solution. Mix it well and chill Thandai for at least 2 hours before serving.

Thandai is a must-have to make the Holi cool. So you must give it a try.

Sweet Rice on Holi 2020 – A Nutritious Sweet Recipe

Rice is a must on each Indian festival. It can also be made into a sweet dish. One of the delicious recipe made of rice on Holi is Sweet Rice. Let’s learn how to make it.

Sweet Rice Recipe on Holi 2020:

sweet rice

Rice cooked in milk, sugar, and dry fruits are known as Sweet Rice. They are full of nutrition and add the color of your choice to the Holi menu. Let’s learn how you can make it at home.

Ingredients of Sweet Rice:

To make sweet rice, you will be needing of following ingredients.

ItemQuantity
Basmati rice1 cup
Milk1 cup
Cardamom4
SaltA pinch
Sugar1.5 cups
Ghee2 tablespoons
Food color (red)A pinch
Cashewnuts10
Grated coconut1 cup

Making Sweet Rice:

Soak rice in water for almost an hour. After that, cook the rice in milk. Add salt and also water if required. Take another saucepan and make sugar syrup in it. You will need to put water and sugar in the pan to make sugar syrup.

When the syrup is ready, add cooked rice into it. With that, add food color, cardamom, and 1 tablespoon of ghee. Stir it on a low flame for about 10 minutes or when the water is absorbed.

Take another frying pan and put 1 tablespoon of ghee in it. Fry coconut and cashew nuts in it until they turn golden brown. After that, add them to Sweet Rice, and the dish is ready to be served.

If you are a health-conscious person, Sweet Rice is a must for your Holi 2020 menu. Must give it a try.