The festival of forgiveness, forgetfulness, and fun, Holi is the most colorful festival which is celebrated widely in India. This festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the victory of ‘good’ over ‘bad’. I still remember some glimpse of my childhood celebrating this massive festival of color, rubbing Gulal which is a traditional name for colored powder and people cheering ‘Bura na mano Holi hai’ which means, Don’t mind, it’s Holi (literal meaning). Nowadays all the festivals have gone commercial in terms of celebration but In some parts of India, this festival is still celebrated traditionally with Thandai (traditional Indian drink), fried dumplings and sweets.
It is not a typical life hack but I guess this post can be a great help for the people planning party this weekend and thinking what to serve. So here I am with a Recipe to help you!! Middle Eastern cuisine is quite a diverse one. Honestly many expats just like me are completely unaware of the dishes and its name… No seriously…. common guys!! I am from Mumbai, grown up eating Vada Pavs, Frankies and all the junk food you can think off. A few years ago when I moved to Dubai, I was introduced to Lebanese cuisine, at first, I just could not understand how am I suppose to eat this? But apparently I learned, developed a taste for it and now I am Game!!