Kanji (drink)

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Kanji is a fermented drink made in India for the festival of Holi.[1]

Kanji is made with water, black carrots, beetroot, mustard seeds and heeng. it may be served with boondi sprinkled on top.

During Holi, kanji is often added to urad dal dumplings or vada; the latter is then called kanji vada.

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  1. ^ "Go for 'desi coolers' this Holi". Times of India. 7 March 2012. Retrieved 6 June 2012.