Holi 2022: 5 Paan-Flavoured Delights To Amp Up Your Holi Celebrations
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“Bura na mano, Holi hai!”- this is what you’ll get to hear in just a few days in most Indian streets. Yes, the ‘Festival of Colours’ is here and we know you are all geared up to smear the faces of your loved ones with colours, dodge water balloons at each other and relish some delectable treats. One of the most-awaited festivals of India, Holi is celebrated across the country with much fervour. The ‘Festival of Colours’ is all things fun and is surely delightful for foodies. The bright and vibrant colours, the delectable treats, ever-cherishable memories and the never-ending fun are what we all look forward to on Holi. Apart from everything else, we foodies look forward to the foods and drinks the most. Like any other Indian festival, Holi also has an array of signature delicacies and they are all things delicious. But this doesn’t end with only foods and drinks. The celebrations aren’t over without some mouth fresheners and paan is one of them. As Holi is just a few days away, we are here with some paan-flavoured treats for you to savour.

1. Paan Peda

As we Indians can’t celebrate festivals without mithai, it’s fair to begin the list with a mithai. Pedas flavoured with paan and mawa and garnished with mukhwas are perfect to savoour during Holi celebrations. Try the recipe below and let us know how they turn out.

2. Paan Cookies

Add some paan-flavoured cookies to your Holi party platter and we are sure your guests will be gobsmacked for real. The punchy and flavourful cookies are an absolute crowd-pleaser and will leave your guests asking for more.

3. Paan Bites

Indulge in these bite-sized paan-flavoured delights that are perfect to gorge on in between the celebrations. The bites are flavoured with coconut, fennel seeds, gulkand and nuts and will surely make you drool.

4. Paan Kulfi

Paan-flavoured kulfi is one of the best things to savour during tiring Holi celebrations. The punch of paan, fennel and gulkand is enough to make you drool. Moreover, these kulfis have no added sugar and a melt-in-mouth texture too.

5. Paan Shots

We all need a refreshing and flavourful drink to beat the heat and rejuvenate ourselves for the Holi celebrations. And what’s better than some flavourful and aromatic paan shots? Flavoured with paan and vanilla ice cream, these paan shots are all things flavourful and refreshing.