Rabri Recipe and The Festival of Colors (Holi)

Holi is one of the major festivals of India and is the most vibrant and colorful of all the Indian fests. Holi symbolizes the dawn of the spring season. It is celebrated in many parts of South Asia, covering Nepal as well. The Holi celebration start with a Holika bonfire, which is held on the night before Holi. The coming morning is free for all carnival of colors. People are involved in merry making by applying colored powder at each others.

Rabri Yummzzz!!!
Rabri Yummzzz!!!

Everyone plays and chases each other with dry powder and colored water. Some also carry water colors guns and small colorful water filled balloons. The festival also includes ‘matki phod’ (breaking the pot) competition. People sing and dance on the regional or Bollywood songs. “Dhol” or drum adds to the party mood. Rabri and malpua is the best dessert combination served on the auspicious occasion of Holi. So let’s welcome the Festival of Colors with the Rabri.


10 Cups milk,

4 Tablespoons sugar,

4 Pieces green cardamom seeds,

4 Drops of kewra essence,

1 Pinch of green cardamom powder,

1 Pinch of pistachio powder.

Preparation Method:-

1. Take a deep pan and add milk. Bring it to boil.

2. Add the sugar and cardamom seeds. Leave it to simmer over a low heat for 2 hours until the milk is reduced to one quarter.

3. Remove from the heat and add the kewra essence. Kewra essence is concentrated oil made from pandanus flowers used in Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine.

4. Sprinkle with the cardamom and pistachio powders and serve hot or cold with malpua.

Enjoy Rabri on Holi...
Enjoy Rabri on Holi…

Enjoy the festival of colors with sumptuous dessert!!!

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  1. Thanks a lot for the appreciation, we are coming up with more and more goodies from different parts of the world. Stay tuned..

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