Chaitra Navratri, this year, begins from April 13, 2021. Devotees across the country are celebrating the festival with much enthusiasm. However, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the celebrations are expected to remain low-key. Many of us are being extra cautious about stepping out of our houses and attending any kind of social gathering. In fact, work from home has become the norm for many, which makes preparing special delicacies during festivals a task. With Navratri kicking in, most of us must be finding it difficult to find a balance between work and the kitchen. Well, fret not, we have got you covered. Here we have some simple recipes lined up, which won't take much of the time to prepare; besides, these delicacies will also tickle the taste buds to the core. Let's take a look.
Navratri 2021-Special: 5 Quick And Easy Vrat-Friendly Recipes:
Kuttu ki poori:
This delicacy takes only around 15-20 minutes of your time. It is made with buckwheat flour and looks like small roti. The preparation can be made even during your breakfast break and can be eaten with any sabzi of your choice, including aloo or chole. Click here for recipe.
Made with sabudana, peanuts and spices, it is a favourite of many. Not only is it tasty, but also satiates the foodie in you. In less than 25 minutes, one can get a vessel full of this nutritious treat. Click here for recipe.
Sweet potatoes can never go wrong during fasting. All one needs to do is chop and garnish them with chaat masala, coriander and chillies. A sprinkle of lime juice will add a tangy flavour to it. Could there be any quicker recipe during these work from home days? Click here for recipe.
Banana dry fruit lassi:
Let's not underestimate the power of this nutrient-rich drink that also fills the stomach instantly. One does not have to invest much time to make this delicious drink. Just blend yogurt, bananas, honey, and walnuts and store it in the refrigerator. Serve it chilled. Click here for recipe.
Uttapams are the time-savers. During Navratri, millet uttapams are a preferred choice. The healthy snack is made with sama ke chawal and finely chopped tomatoes. It can be served with yogurt dip.
Get the ingredients and opt for these recipes turn-by-turn during the festive season. And do let us know which one you liked the most.
Happy Navratri 2021, everyone!