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What is Holi?

Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the “Festival of Love“, the “Festival of Colours” and the “Festival of Spring”.ith the throwing of colored powder and water balloons, Holi has become known as India’s most vivid, joyous festival.

What Is the Story of the Holi Festival?

It’s said that the Holi Festival was originally a ceremony for married women to spread prosperity and goodwill on their new families. Since then, the festival has evolved to encompass much more. Now, one of the main focuses of the Holi Festival is a celebration of the victory of good over evil.

Another story tied to the Holi Festival is that of Radha and Krishna. As the eighth incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu, Krishna is seen by many as the supreme god. Krishna is said to have blue skin because as legend has it, he drank poisonous milk from a demon when he was a baby. Krishna fell in love with the goddess Radha, but feared she would not love him because of his blue skin – but Radha allowed Krishna to dye her skin with color, making them a true couple. On Holi, Festival participants apply color to each other’s skin in honor of Krishna and Radha

Treat Your Guests With  Jaggery Malpuas This Holi:

How To Make Jaggery Malpuas?

  • In a big bowl, add refined flour or maida and semolina. 
  • Grate palm jaggery and add to the bowl. 
  • Also, add fennel seeds and cardamom powder. 
  • Add milk to the bowl and start to stir slowly in one direction. Keep stirring till you have no lumps in the batter. 
  • Next, add water to the batter and mix again to get a smooth consistency. 
  • Whisk the batter for 5 minutes and then let it rest for 30 minutes. 
  • On a hot tawa, add some oil or ghee. 
  • Pour the batter using a ladle and let it cook on one side. 
  • Gently press the malpua start to puff up, flip to the other side and cook till golden and crisp. 
  • Transfer the malpuas to a kitchen towel to remove excess oil. 
  • In a pan, add water, palm jaggery, cardamom powder, and saffron. Let it cook for a few minutes and once you get a syrup-like consistency, take off the flame. 
  • Dip the malpuas in the jaggery syrup and let them rest for about 10 minutes. 
  • Take the malpuas out and garnish them with dry fruits. Serve with rabri.

Holi Recipe Using Nut Powder And Jaggery – Gujiya 

Holi is just around the corner and the festival of colors is incomplete without a plateful of mouth-watering gujiyas. The traditional dessert of Holi is not only popular in North India but also in Maharashtra. The combination of desi ghee, khoya, and grated coconut make this dessert immensely flavourful and aromatic. However, many people resist eating gujiyas, thanks to the high calories. If you stay away from this mouth-watering delicacy because of its high calories, you can give a twist to this famous delicacy by using healthy dough and fillings. With the help of KENT gujiya Maker, you can also give a healthy twist to the dough and try different types of gujiya recipes.

Different Options for Healthy Gujiyas

Here are some healthy gujiya recipes that you can try which are tasty and at the same time don’t increase your calorie count.

Wheat Gujiya

Health-conscious people completely avoid refined flour as it is harmful to your health. However, you can also opt for wheat dough instead of refined flour to give a healthy twist to the delicacy. When it comes to the filling, you can use unsweetened khoya or coconut to give the dish a healthy twist. With the help of KENT Noodle and Pasta Maker, you can easily knead the dough and get perfectly shaped gujiyas without any manual effort.

Baked Gujiya

Baked Gujiya Recipe for Holi

Though the true flavour of gujiya comes out when you fry it, for health reasons this Holi opt for baked gujiyas. Deep-fried snacks are high in calories and you may end up gaining a few pounds. So, instead of frying the gujiyas, you can bake them to give a healthy twist. You can opt for a healthy filling made of dry fruits or sooji. When it comes to the taste, baked gujiyas always taste better than the fried ones. So, you can enjoy a healthy version of your favorite dessert without any guilt.

Instant Jalebi with Instant Rabri

This delicious, unique, and luxurious ice cream is perfect for the festive season. You can use store-bought or homemade jalebis. If you don’t have an ice cream machine, simply pour the mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until set.

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