An easy pumpkin crumble recipe made with singhara atta (waterchestnut flour), so you can substitute all purpose flour during Navratras with something exotic.
A preparation of milk, sugar and parsai. Parsai is a rice like ingredient, permissible to consume during the Navratra fasts (vrat).
A popular tea time snack made with potatoes dipped in a batter made with kuttu ka atta (buckwheat flour)
A perfect Navratri dish! Parsai ke chawal tempered and sauteed in ghee with potatoes.
Potatoes mashed with singhare ka atta, green chillies, coriander leaves, rock salt and shallow fried.
This potato sabzi is eaten during fasts. Normal salt is replaced with sendha namak or rock salt.
Samvat ke chawal tempered and sauteed in ghee with potatoes to make a tasty Navratri dish. Perfect to satisfy your hunger pangs while fasting.
A terribly easy and maseladaar recipe. Kale channe cooked in a pool of masalas. It is usually served as a prasad after pujas or during navratri. Goes best with hot puris.
Three kinds of dals, a cup of rice and a host of masalas come together to create this traditional recipe.
Kesari is a delectable Indian dessert made with sooji, saffron, nuts and the richness of ghee.
The second day of Navratra is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini.According to Hindu scriptures, she is depicted as a simple ascetic goddess who is far from the material pleasures of the world.
Cookies, vegetarian 'mock duck', Parsi 'malai kulfi' and much more -- chefs have put together interesting recipes for those observing the nine-day Navratri fast.They have also brought "mouth-watering twists" to the traditional menu promising to ...
Navratri is the perfect time for an inward cleansing and discipline, both physical and mental. The nine day festival holds great significance.
Here's a tailor-made menu for Day 3 of Navratri, including the calorie count for each meal.
The first day of your Navratri meals, keep it light today. Eat lots of fruits besides this meal plan and make sure you stick to seasonal fruits.
Navratri fasting and detox? It is not such a strange concept as it may seem. The nine nights Navratri is traditionally a time to fast, and pray. Here are expert ways to use this ...
Fasting for Navratras and still want to eat out? Worry not, for you can gorge on scrumptious dishes - from falafels and pizzas to sabudana cutlets and 'mock duck' - with restaurants in the NCR ...
'Mom, I swear that aloo tikki was staring at me.' I tried explaining my mother as she slapped my hand away from the serving tray. I kid you not, my mother does not fall for ...
Navratri 2016: Eat small meals and do not starve yourself. This will help maintain blood glucose levels and prevent you from feeling low
Why is it that a set of food items are strictly prohibited during the festival? What difference does rock salt consumption has over the regular table salt?