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.

Bhang Ke Vade on Holi 2020 – Drink Recipe, not a Pakora

A Pakora is known as Vada in south India. It is a prominent part of traditional Indian food. So when the name of a dish has Vada or Vade in it, we assume it will be a snack. But not in each case. Because we are going to tell you about a Vada, which is a drink. Yeah, really, that is the Bhang Ke Vade recipe for Holi. Let’s know about this child of the Vada family.

Bhang Ke Vade Recipe on Holi 2020:

bhang ke vade

Vada is a south Indian snack with as many variations as you can imagine. One of them is Bhang Ke Vade. Don’t assume that it will look like Vada. Because it is a drink all the way from Rajhastan. Let’s see how you can make it at home this Holi 2020.

Ingredients of Bhang Ke Vade:

Add the following ingredients in the measurement written below to have a perfect Bhang Ka Vada.

ItemQuantity
Water1.5 liters
Sugar1.5 cups
Milk1 cup
Almonds1 tablespoon
Kharbooj/Tarbooj skinned seeds1 tablespoon
Khuskhus (poppy seeds)1/2 tablespoon
Saunf (aniseed)1/2 tablespoon
Cardamom powder1/2 tablespoon
Rosewater1/2 tablespoon
Whole peppercorns1 teaspoon
Dried or fresh rose petals1/4 cup

Making Bhang Ke Vade

Soak sugar in a half-liter of water and keep it aside. Wash all the dry ingredients, excluding cardamom powder carefully. Soak all in 2 cups of water and keep it aside too. When at least 2 hours pass for both, grind all the soaked ingredients except sugar to make a very fine paste. Then add the remaining water into it.

Tie a piece of strong muslin cloth over a deep vessel to be used as a strainer. Put the mixture into it and press with both of your hands. So that all the liquid drains out. Repeat the process and add a little of the remaining water each time you do it. Keep on repeating the process until the mixture becomes dry and like a husk.

Now add sugar, rose water, cardamom powder, and milk into the extracted liquid. Chill it for at least an hour then serve.

Try some other Rajasthani recipes too.

This was an easy recipe for a refreshing drink on Holi 2020. Add this to your menu, and everyone will love it.