15+ Holi Snacks Recipe – Best Holi Snacks and Chaat Recipes

post modified on March 2

Written by Puja

Check out some of the best and most popular Holi snacks recipe that is everyone’s favorite while celebrating this festival of colors. In this Blog Post, I share popular snacks and mouthwatering chaat recipes for the celebration of color.

You can even check out my 15+ Holi Special Sweets Recipe for this year.

holi snacks recipe

Holi is a festival that is incomplete without delicious and mouth-watering Holi recipes. Holi, the festival of colors, is celebrated with great enthusiasm across India, and food plays a crucial role in the festivities.

Holi is the perfect occasion to indulge in some delectable snacks and chaat recipes. These dishes are easy to prepare, can be served in large quantities, and are perfect for sharing with family and friends. Moreover, the colorful and vibrant presentation of these dishes adds to the festive spirit of Holi.

Chaat is a popular street food in India, and it has become a staple in Holi celebrations. The combination of tangy, spicy, and sweet flavors in chaat recipes is what makes them so irresistible. So make sure you try one of these mouthwatering holi chaat recipes this year. Will be adding more chaat recipes in this holi chaat and snacks collection next year. So keep reading.

Snack recipes are another essential part of Holi celebrations. They are perfect for snacking on while enjoying the festivities and can be made with a variety of ingredients, including potatoes, lentils, vegetables, and nuts. Some popular snack recipes that are a hit during Holi include Samosas, Kachoris, Mathris, and Gujiyas.

The best part about Holi snack and chaat recipes is that they are versatile and can be customized to suit individual tastes and preferences. They can be made with a range of ingredients and can be spiced up or toned down depending on the level of spice tolerance.

In addition to being delicious, Holi snack and chaat recipes are also a great way to showcase one’s culinary skills and creativity. They can be presented in beautiful and colorful ways, making them not only tasty but visually appealing as well.

In conclusion, Holi snacks and chaat recipes are an essential part of the festival, and they bring people together in a spirit of joy and celebration. So, whether you are hosting a Holi party or just want to enjoy some delicious snacks with your loved ones, Holi snacks, and chaat recipes are the perfect way to add some festive cheer to your celebrations.

Hope you find this post helpful. If yes then do pick your favorite Holi snacks recipe and holi chaat recipe and make some for you and your family and make this Holi, a special one.

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Collection of Best Holi Snacks Recipe and Holi Chaat Recipes:

Dahi Wada

Dahi vada, also known as dahi bhalla or dahi bara is a dish in which vada is dipped in creamy yogurt and sprinkled with some everyday spice powders. It’s one of the most popular street foods in India. So for a fun appetizer or party treat, try my heirloom and classic dahi vada recipe with step-by-step photos.
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dahi wada

Papdi Chaat Recipe

Papdi Chaat Recipe is a mouth-watering North Indian street chaat recipe. It can be found easily on roadside food carts all over India. It is very delicious to eat and is considered a great alternative to a meal by many.
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papdi chaat recipe

How to Make Bhelpuri Chaat at Home

The recipe of Bhelpuri is a combination of puffed rice, three different chutneys, sev, veggies, some Indian spices, etc. This recipe is super easy to make at home especially if you are ready with your prep work. In this post, I will tell you about the easiest method of making Bhelpuri with all those tips and tricks. (step-by-step-recipe)
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bhelpuri recipe

Aloo Chaat Recipe

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Aloo Chat recipe

Aloo Samosa – How to Make Samosa Recipe

This weeks recipe is about how to make samosa, a famous Street Snack recipe made of potato stuffing.
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Aloo Samosa

Pav Bhaji Recipe

Pav Bhaji Recipe is popular street food from Mumbai. Bhaji is a combination of mix match vegetables and some Indian spices served along with toasted Pav.
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pav bhaji recipe

White Matar Chaat Recipe

Matar Chaat is a popular street food from Northern India. Matar Masala Curry is used as a base curry for this chaat topped with onions, tomato, sev, tamarind juice etc.
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matar chaat recipe

Pani Puri Recipe

Pani Puri Recipe is a tangy, spicy North Indian Street food that gets its name because of the Puri and the tangy water used in it. Anyone who is been to Northern India is unlikely to have missed this unique cuisine.
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paani puri recipe

Paneer Pakoda Recipe

Paneer Pakoda Recipe is a very tasty appetizer and a perfect teatime snack. This recipe is very simple and easy to make. It’s a perfect and easy starter idea when you have some guests for lunch or dinner.
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Paneer pakoda

Babycorn Pakoda

Babycorn pakoda is a delicious snack made with crispy, fried baby corn and various spices. It’s perfect for parties, potlucks, or any time you’re in the mood for something tasty!
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Baby corn pakoda

Onion Pakoda

Onion pakoda are onion fritters prepared with gram flour or besan batter, thinly sliced onions, and a few spices.
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onion pakoda

Aloo bonda – Step by Step Video

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Aloo Bonda

Garlic Bread Pakora

Garlic Bread Pakora is an extremely popular Indian tea-time snack and breakfast recipe that is quite simple to prepare. 
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bread pakoda

Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe

Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora is a very commonly found street food in North India. Stuffed aloo bread pakora can be served along with green coriander chutney and tomato sauce.
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aloo stuffed bread pakora

Papdi Recipe

Papdi Recipe is a deep-fried crispy and flaky cracker or poori made with whole wheat flour and spices. This Papdi is generally used for most of the Indian chaat recipes, but it can also be served as an after-school snack or tea-time snack.
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Soyachunks Pops Recipe – Step by Step Video

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soyachunks pops recipe

Soya Chunks Cutlet Recipe – Step by Step Video

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Soyachunks Cutlets

Bihai Nimki Recipe

Nimki is a crispy, crunchy, and flaky tea time snack that can be served with tea or, coffee and makes for a nice evening snack.
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