6 Food That You Can Eat During Navratri Vrat!
Navratri 2018 is already here, and so, is the excitement which lasts for 9 long days. The festival of Navratri is celebrated differently in different parts of India but one thing that binds us all together is fasting for the divine goddess Durga. While some look forward to give their body a much-needed weight loss, others make a peace with their cravings for that lip-smacking vrat food, right?
During Navratris most people give up non-vegetarian including onion and garlic from their meals. Instead, people switch to special Navratri food ingredients like Sabudaana, Sendha Namak, Kuttu ka Atta, Singhare ka Atta, dairy products and certain vegetables. While dishes like Sabudana Khichdi, aloo chaat and cutlets are prepared in every home, try these different food recipes to pamper your taste buds this Navratri!
Samak & Sabudana Idli with Coconut Chutney
This Navratri season, South Indian food lovers won’t have to kill their desire of having those delicious Idlis with their favourite Coconut Chutney as they can make the same by just changing some of the ingredients. Make a batter using Samak Rice and Sabudana and leave it overnight. Mix senda namak and prepare idlis in the usual way. Serve hot with coconut chutney!
Chironji ki Daal
Are you someone whose meal is just incomplete without daal? This Navratri give Chironji ki Daal a try which is very easy to prepare!
No meal is complete without a sweet dish. And while you can’t really have that mouth-watering Suji ka Halwa or Sevaniya Kheer, this colourful halwa will be your new favourite in no time. Complete this recipe with roasted coconut, fragrant cinnamon and crunchy almonds for great taste.
Aloo or Arbi Kadhi
Set your fasting goals right as you prepare this delicious sour and spicy curry with aloo or arbi.
Who doesn’t love kebabs? Moreover, experiments? Surely an interesting combo, do try these amazing banana kebabs to sooth down your nerves and spicy food cravings.
Yet another superhit dish for your sweet tooth, this easy to make recipe is low on fats as well. So, how about adding some nuts, Makhanas, milk and sugar together to make this enjoyable Makhana Kheer?
Read it for the first time, right? A delightful snack is just incomplete without those hot and crispy pakodas. So, dig into this all new recipe by slicing fresh cucumbers fried with singhare ka atta. Serve hot with mint chutney for a heavenly taste!
So, are you ready to ditch those old and regular fast dishes and indulge in some serious food goals while you fast during Navratri? You can even invite your friends and family and celebrate this festive season together over a cup of tea and these easy to prepare delicious recipes! also check out latest navratri dresses.