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10 Holi recipes to help you celebrate with fervour

While the Holi festivities will exhaust you thoroughly, recharge yourself and celebrate with these Holi treats.

Holi is here and it's time to bring out the pichkaris and the gulal. While the festivities will exhaust you thoroughly, recharge yourself and celebrate with these Holi treats.

Gujiya: Holi has always been associated with gujiyas. These deep fried pockets of soft, sweetened solidified milk are popular as Holi staples all across the country. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Thinkstock Images)

Thandai: Thandai — as the name suggests — is a cold milk drink made using almonds, fennel seeds and rose petals, with various other additions. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Mathri: Mathri is a North Indian cracker loved to be munched on by millions and can be customised by choice of desi spices. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Thinkstock Images)

Kesari malai peda: Is any festival complete without the peda? Moreover, Kesari malai peda is oozing with the flavour of kesar. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Cheese gujiya: Switch from sweet to savoury when you feel like snacking on these gujiyas filled with peas, corn, toasted nuts and cheese. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Cooking shooking)

Kanji vada: Kanji vada is a tasty drink that will come in handy when you have gorged on too many sweets in the festive spirit as it aids digestion. It is the liquid extract of food - like rice and mustard. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Malpua: Malpua is like Indian pancake — soft, fluffy yet crispy — coated with sugar syrup and usually accompanied by rabri. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Thinkstock Images)

Moong dal kachori: Kachoris stuffed with moong dal are crustier and have a longer shelf life than other kachoris. They can be stored in air-tight containers. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Mocktails: Bhang and thandai aren't the only savers when it comes to the heat and hustle bustle of Holi. You can try these refreshers to cool down and regain some energy in between your colour-attack sessions. Click here for the full recipe . (Source: Cooking shooking via YouTube)