Indian festivals have a strong connection with food. Since Holi is just around the corner, we are excited not just about the idea of playing with colours but relishing some delicious food. Why don’t we celebrate a healthier Holi this time? Scroll down to know more!
‘Holi Hai’! It's that time of the year when we forget all our worries and enjoy our heart out. From splashing colours on each other while letting go our bad thoughts to celebrating, Holi is one the most joyous festivals celebrated in India. And when we talk of a festival, we can’t avoid talking about food. Every festival has a special food trail associated with it and Holi is no exception.
From gujiya to malpua, from dahi vade to thandai, there are some delights that we always wait to relish at the time of Holi. But if you notice, all these dishes are either fried or loaded with sugar. If you are a health freak and worrying about what to have in Holi this year, we have sorted everything out for you. For you, we have brought the recipes of traditional dishes but with a healthier twist. Believe me, once you taste these, you will forget how the fried versions tasted like. Excited? Here you go!
We all have had fried gujiya but this time, try some baked gujiyas and have a healthy and guilt-free Holi. Here’s how you can make it at home.
Image: Baked Gujiya
Malpuas that too sugar-free? Yes, you read that right. Instead of sugar, you have to use jaggery and you are good to go.
Try these healthy recipes and let us know which one you liked the most!