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7+Types Of Thandai You Can Have This Holi

“Thandai” is the traditional drink of the festival of colours Holi. The classic Thandai is made of fennel seeds, milk, saffron, magajtari seeds, rose petals, almonds, pepper, cardamom pods, and sugar. But now it is significantly changed over time. The thandai, like other items associated with the festival of colours, now appears in a variety of colours and styles. Serve this cool, delectable combination in big clay glasses, garnished with fruits and nuts. Thandai can be made in a number of different ways.

Here are some wonderful thandai dishes for your Holi celebration!

Almond Milk Thandai

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If you’re celebrating with friends, you’ll need something a little more energising to keep your spirits up while without gaining weight. If this is the case, regular milk should be used instead of almond milk. This would increase the energy as well as the flavour. This nutritious thandai dish is easy to make and contains dried fruits, nuts, and aromatic spices.

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Ice Tea Thandai

This Iced Tea Thandai will instantly provide you and your gang relax from all that tumult. Definitely, a thumbs up for this ultimate chilled concoction. With the delightful sweetness of Assam tea, almonds, khus khus, fennel seeds, and cardamom, this revitalizing and aromatic beverage is an instant mood-lifter.

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Rose Thandai

If you enjoy the flavour of royal roses, you must try rose thandai this year. It’s healthy since all of the ingredients are healthy, such as low-fat or skimmed milk, dry fruits, fresh rose petals, or gulkand.

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Paan Thandai

How about a paan-enhanced thandai? Isn’t it intriguing? This Holi, try this paan thandai to make your family and friends drool. Cashews, almonds, cardamom, fennel seeds, and rose petals will leave them speechless.

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Bhang Thandai

Serve your bhang ki thandai in tall glasses, thoroughly chilled, and with caution, as the effect can vary widely depending on the potency of the cannabis used. It should be out of reach of the children and it is strictly only for adults.

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Guava Thandai

In the next delectable thandai recipe, the guava fruit is used. Pink guava is the quickest and easiest way to give this thandai a lovely blush pink colour and a delightful flavour. In your traditional thandai jar, add fresh pink guava pulp. Simply purée some guavas and sift out the seeds using a strainer. A handful of chopped almonds, chia seeds, and aromatic spices are combined to form the perfect thandai glass. If you serve it cooled, your visitors will enjoy it.

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Mango Thandai

Mango Thandai is made with mangoes. If you love mangoes and can’t wait to eat them, they’ll be available around this time of year. They won’t taste as good as the seasonal ones, but you can certainly add them to get the flavour. Simply combine fresh mangoes and skimmed milk in a blender, then stir in the thandai mix and put lots of nuts as the toppings. As mangoes have a tangy flavour, you can also add sugar or natural sweeteners to make them sweet.

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Tea Thandai

For all the chai/ tea lovers we have a terrific tea thandai recipe. This isn’t going to taste like tea at all! This is a tea-flavored ice tea thandai that looks and tastes nothing like traditional milk tea. Similar to how refreshing and peaceful iced tea may be during the hot summer months, iced tea thandai can likewise aid to cool down the body heat. Using cardamom, dry fruits, and tea leaves, bring milk to a boil. It’s time to prepare the best tea thandai you’ve ever had!

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Phirni Thandai

Have you ever thought about pairing a drink with a dessert? Now is the time, if you haven’t already. We’ll show you how to make the tastiest and most unusual holi cuisine with thandai phirni. Phirni is milk and rice-based delicacy that is popular in India. To make this, start by making thandai in the usual way. Bring to a boil, then stir in the broken or blended rice. Allow boiling, stirring occasionally, until the phirni texture is achieved. Add dried fruits and saffron strands to make it more attractive.

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