Holi recipes

Savour the festival of colours: Best Holi Recipes to Try in 2024 with Umanac Products

Holi is the most celebrated festival in India, where people come together with great zeal and enthusiasm to celebrate and strengthen bonds with their family and friends. Just as colours symbolise joy and happiness during Holi, the foods prepared and shared also reflect this symbolism.

Many traditional recipes have significant cultural significance and are an important component of the festival's customs. These traditional recipes, passed down through generations, let people connect with their cultural roots and serve as reminders of their heritage.

Holi is traditionally celebrated during the spring season in India, marking the start of spring and the harvest season. As a result, many Holi dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients that are abundant at the time, such as fruits, vegetables, and grains, to celebrate nature's bounty and the start of a new agricultural cycle.

What better way to embrace the celebrations of Holi than to try a variety of delectable recipes that will tantalise your taste buds? And with Umanac Products by your side, your culinary experience will be nothing short of spectacular.

Here’s a list of some sweets and snacks that you can make for this Indian festival with the authentic touch of Umanac natural food products.

Gujiya: Indulge in the rich heritage of Holi with homemade Gujiyas made with Umanac Organic Cow Ghee. These delectable sweet dumplings are packed with khoya, dry fruits, and aromatic spices, and these golden packages of delight will undoubtedly become the centrepiece of your holiday spread. Fry them to perfection and drizzle with organic honey for a hint of sweetness that will leave everyone wanting more.


Thandai: Holi recipes are just incomplete without Thandai, a refreshing milk-based drink infused with nuts, saffron, and aromatic spices like cardamom and fennel. One of the best ways to beat the heat is to add Organic moringa powder, which will make it even more delicious and a healthy drink at the same time. Serve chilled and garnish with rose petals for a festive touch that will uplift your festive mood.


Puran Poli: Treat your sweet craving to Puran Poli, a traditional Indian flatbread loaded with Umanc honey with herbs, and spices and a delicious blend of lentils, jaggery, and spices. This melt-in-your-mouth treat is excellent for bringing happiness during Holi and sating your hunger.

Dahi Vada: Hardly anyone can forget these Dahi Vada during Holi, one of the irresistible snacks that is entirely going to hit at your festival gatherings. Savour the deliciously creamy Dahi Vada—soft lentil dumplings dipped in spiced yoghurt and garnished with hot masalas and tart tamarind chutney.

Gajar ka Halwa: Celebrate Holi's vivid colours with Gajar ka Halwa, a delectable dessert made with grated carrots cooked in Umanac A2 Desi Gir Cow Ghee, milk, and sugar, then flavoured with cardamom and almonds. This aromatic delicacy is an excellent way to end your holiday feast on a sweet note.

Gajar ka halwa

Raj Kachori: Raj Kachori's royal flavours will definitely elevate your Holi celebrations. This large crispy puri stuffed with a variety of savoury delicacies such as potatoes, sprouts, and chutneys is a perfect culinary feast.

Raj Kachori

Foods play a multifaceted role in the celebration of Holi, serving as a means to bring everyone together. Holi foods provide an array of flavours and textures for individuals to relish, ranging from pungent appetisers like samosas and pakoras to sweet delights like gujiyas and jalebis.

With the addition of Umanac products, you can create culinary marvels that not only please the palate but also nourish the body. So gather your loved ones, enjoy the festive atmosphere of any Indian festival and indulge in these delectable treats that will make your celebrations unforgettable.

Happy Holi, and happy cooking!

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