Holi is not only festival of colours, but also of merry making and forgetting all your troubles and rivalry. This time Daawat (Invitation) was not only from my end, but from all my friends. Let's indulge in authentic and traditional recipes prepared for the colourful festival. Thank you all for such lovely and enthusiastic participation as always.
Let's start the Daawat from my place. This was my first Holi after marriage in India. I had wonderful time playing holi, dancing and treating my family with delicious food. My Daawat includes cool, refreshing Fruit Salad, Spicy and yummy Lilva Kachori and rich and unique Mixed Dal Kofta Curry
Kamala of Kamala's Corner celebrated the colourful festival of Holi by preparing Sweet Samosa and Curd Vadai
Viki of Viki's Kitchen shares her sweet train journey experience by preparing sweet parathas known as Shama also showcases whole lot of authentic Maharashtrian dishes which includes, Katachi Amti, Karanji and Puran Poli for the Holi. The Platter is full of Spicy, Tangy,, Sweet and Yummy dishes just like the name of her Blog.
My dear friend Priti of Indian Khana celebrates her first Holi after her marriage by cooking Vada, Dahi Vada, Palak Paneer with Parathas for the entire family.
Gujia, Dahi vada, Poori, and Kaala Chana before she goes to play her dry holi.
Sukanya of Sukanya's Musings shares some fond memories with these dishes, she prepares delicious Puffed Rice Uppuma (Pori Upuma), this dish has unique name called Sushila in Maharashtra. She had also Sweet Banana Fritters with lovely colourful Rainbow for this colourful festival.And the list of other exotic dishes prepared by her our Katachi Amti and Puran Pori.
Poornima Nair of Tasty treats, treats us with tasty Elaichi Shrikhand and rich Puran Pori.
Gopi Shah presents Healthy N Tasty Ghughra / Gujjia with a twist. To know the twist check out her blog.
Aquadaze had Served with Love, rich and delicious Kheer/ Payasam
EC of SimpleIndianFood, has authentic Malpua served for Holi.
Asha of Foodie's Hope, has cooked Dil Se unique Dill Dabeli Masala Paratha
Khane Ke Shaukeen, Sonal contributes lovely Dahi Wada and mouth watering Bhargav Kachori.
Bhawna, From Her Palate, serves us with rich Gujia and Crunchy Chivda.
Queen of her Kitchen, Supriya prepares this colourful Puran Poli for the festival.
Swapna of Cooking with Swapna had prepared this crunchy and tasty Thattai for the event.
Smitha of Saffron Appron comes up with simple, yet colourful and tasty Vegetable Pulao for the event.
Uma of Essence of Andhra presents this pretty and pink colourful Coconut ladoos, for the colourful festival.
Malini shares with us from her Khazana of her Khana, Misti Singhara (Sweet Samosa), which happens to be her favourite dish.
Ekta Gupta of My Recipes Flavours, had prepared rich and delicious Gujiya.
Priya shares Easy N Tasty recipes of Rava ladoos to celebrate the festive occasion.
Lakshmi of Kitchen Chronicles comes up with these gorgeous Kesari and Boondi Ladoo
Ashima of Tummy Times presents rich Rabdi for the festival
Once again thank you friends for your wonderful participation and delicious entries. I hope I have covered all the entries. If I have missed any entries, kindly intimate me about the same by leaving a comment in this post.