Despite its widespread popularity across the country, this snack has its roots in North India. It is made of lentils and flour-based vadas, which are deep-fried, savory dumplings. Cumin powder, chat masala, and chili powder are sprinkled on top of these dumplings after they have been soaked in thick yogurt or Dahi. Dahi Vada is a popular chaat dish that everyone enjoys. A street food that is both sweet and spicy that is a great addition to any holiday menu!
One of the most well-liked Holi-themed sweets is malpua, which look like pancakes. Bananas, flour, milk, sugar, and cardamom make up the batter, which is then fried in ghee (clarified butter) and dipped in sugar syrup. Although it may appear to be extremely unhealthy, it is typically served only during festivals like Diwali and Holi. Typically, these malpuas are accompanied by rabdi, a thick, sweetened milk. This ultimate sweet dish is given a unique twist by each region.