A popular tea time snack made with potatoes dipped in a batter made with kuttu ka atta (buckwheat flour)
Arbi Kofta is the perfect tea time snack for you to try out during the navratras. Prepared with kuttu ka aata and accompanied with the ever versatile mint-yogurt dip, these crisp bites will have everyone ...
A tangy tamarind chutney that can turn around any meal.
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! Potatoes mashed with salt, chillies, coriander leaves, lemon juice and deep fried. Served with a tangy green chutney.
A light and lovely curry made with potatoes, chillies and singhare ka atta. A great recipe for the Navratri fasts.
Potatoes mashed with singhare ka atta, green chillies, coriander leaves, rock salt and shallow fried.
Samvat ke chawal tempered and sauteed in ghee with potatoes to make a tasty Navratri dish. Perfect to satisfy your hunger pangs while fasting.
Crisp and crunchy pakodas made with cucumbers dipped in a batter made of singhare ka atta. A delicacy during Navratra fasting.
A crisp Kuttu Dosa Recipe. Potato filled dosa, the batter of which is made of buckwheat flour and colocasia.
Goddess Durga ornamented with kumkum, bangles, flowers, and jeweled attires; morning prayers accompanied by synchronized bells and the aroma of pure butter delicacies, it's time to step into the festivities of Navratri.
Before you allow yourself to indulge, here are some quick tips that will save you from binging on those heavy calorie delights.
Move over special 'saatvik' thali servings during the Navratri festival, when several people observe a nine-day fast. Indian cuisine still tops the list during this time, but restaurants are giving foodies delectable options in Chinese ...