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Celebrate Holi with Patak’s

Holi is a time to show your love and there’s no better way to someone’s heart than through their stomach! Our Lime Paneer Tikka Kebabs are sure to do the trick. Full of the zesty flavour of our Lime Pickle and the aromatic spice of our Tandoori Spice Paste, made with ginger, tamarind and garlic, they are a tasty and traditional crowd pleaser.

This is a celebration that’s all about colour and our Hara Bhara Kebabs make for a vibrant addition to any Holi table. Made with spinach and potato mixed with ginger, chilli, garlic and our Mild Curry Paste, these tasty patties will fly off the table.

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Gobi 65 is a South Indian delicacy originating from Chennai. This dish is loaded with flavour from our Tikka Masala Spice Paste, mustard seeds and curry leaves – and is the perfect addition to any celebratory spread!

We always have some tasty Dal Ki Kachori on hand for when guests visit. These fried dumplings are stuffed with lentils and spiced with coriander, paprika and ginger from our Mild Curry Paste. They might not look like much, but they are mouth-wateringly good. Trust us, one is never enough!

Possibly Kolkata’s most famous street food, Kaathi Rolls are delicious. They’re usually served wrapped in old newspaper – and it really doesn’t get more authentic than that! Our choice of Kaathi Roll is filled with paneer that’s been spiced with our Tikka Masala Spice Paste. Feel free to add whatever fillings you like; other popular choices include chicken, lamb kebab, egg and potato.

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Our Punjabi Samosa Chaat is the ultimate Indian nibble: quick, easy to make and bursting with flavour. This dish is made from chopped crispy samosas, drizzled with mint and coriander chutney and sweet yoghurt, before being adorned with jewel-like pomegranates and onion. Fruity, creamy and mildly spicy, your guests will keep going back for more.

Of course, no celebration is complete without some sweet treats. During Holi, street stalls in India overflow with sweet coconut dumplings called Gujia and thirst-quenching Thandai, a fruity milk based drink. But in our home, we always make Meena Pathak’s famous Kesari Phirnee – a delicate saffron-infused rice pudding dessert from the Gujarat region.

So, gather those close to your heart and celebrate the colour, flavour and culture of this lovely festival. From our kitchen to yours, Happy Holi!

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