This Republic Day, it is time to celebrate your devotion to the country with delicious tricolour foods to start the D-Day with as much joy as patriotism.
Wondering what to cook on this auspicious day?? We have come up with a few delicious dishes you will love to make on Republic day. The food spreads joy and brings people closer. Food is the best way to make a lasting image for depicting the tricolours of the Indian flag. Also, this is an ideal way to commemorate this day.
Here are a few Tricolour treats you should try out this Republic day;
Sandwiches are the best snacks, and everybody loves them. You can make a three-layer sandwich with tricolour fillings inside. Cheese, butter and chutneys of your choice can be put into them. You can use veggies of your liking to make some delicious sandwiches.
You can get pasta in different colours easily in the supermarket around you. It is a healthy option cause everyone enjoys it at home, and kids especially love it.
You can celebrate Republic day a special tricolour cake. If you have guests over on this occasion, you can impress them with your special cake. A delightful tricolour cake that speaks greatly of your patriotism.
You can make tricoloured rice using different vegetable purees. Add the puree to the cooked rice and mix them well before setting them on top of each other to make it look like a flag. You can add vegetables of your choice to make them healthier and tastier. It will be a perfect meal for Republic day to have along with your family and friends.
Who doesn‘t love Kulfi? It is cold, sweet and tasty. You can make Kulfis in three colours and freeze them together to make them look like the Indian flag. You can use Pista for green, Kesar for orange and basic malai for white. You can soften them separately and later set them on top of each other.
Tricolour Fruit Chaat
You can enjoy the evenings of Republic day with a new and chat-pata twist. You can use tricolour fruits to make a chaat of your liking that is bite-sized. Everyone in your family will like it as it is both healthy and tasty.
You can use a variety of fruits such as mango, banana, kiwi, papaya, pear, apple and many more.
Porridge is an easy dish to make, and you can make it in different flavours and colours. You can make three separate batches of carrot halwa, palak halwa and suji halwa, and you can set them in a ramekin on top of each other and freeze it.
Nobody says no to rasgullas; it is an excellent treat for all age groups. For Republic Day, you can make rasgullas in three colours. You can use saffron for orange and natural colour for green. It will be a perfect dessert for Republic Day.