Recipe: Make dry fruit thandai on Holi, the taste will be such that you will enjoy it!



Enjoying thandai made from dry fruits on the occasion of Holi has its own pleasure. If you get dry fruit thandai on occasion, it becomes even more special. Thandai is very popular in North India. If you also want to taste thandai rich in dry fruits, then we are going to tell you the recipe to make it, which is quite easy. So let us know how you can make it.


Full cream milk – 1.5 liters

Sugar – 1/2 cup

Soaked almonds – 20

Cashews – 20

Pistachios – 20

Melon seeds – 3 tbsp

Saffron – 7-8 strands

Poppy seeds – 3 tbsp

Green cardamom – 7-8

Cinnamon Stick - 1 piece

Black pepper - 5-6

Dry rose petals - 20


- First of all, take a heavy bottom pan and pour milk in it. Heat it on medium flame.

-While the milk is heating, peel the almonds and grind them with cashews, poppy seeds, pistachios, and melon seeds.

-If necessary, add a little milk while grinding the dry fruits to make a smooth paste.

When milk starts boiling in the pan, add saffron threads and sugar in it. mix well.

Then cook the milk on low flame for 5-6 minutes while stirring occasionally.

-Meanwhile, take dry rose petals, cinnamon sticks, black pepper, and green cardamom. Grind them into fine powder and keep them aside.

Now add dry fruit paste to milk and mix well with a spoon.

-Lower the flame and let the milk boil for at least 5 minutes.

-During this time keep stirring the milk occasionally.

-Finally, add the powdered mixture of rose petals and spices to the milk. Mix well and let it cook for another minute.

-Turn off the flame and let the thandai cool to room temperature.

Once the milk cools down, keep it in the refrigerator for half an hour.

-Your dry fruit thandai is ready. Before serving, garnish it with some dry rose petals.