Aloo pakoriis an amazing snack you can include in your Navratri 2019 thali.
Navratri and kuttu ki purigoes hand in hand. The crispy and tasty puri made with buckwheat flour goes well with almost anything. You can team them with another vrat favourite like aloo rasedar. Try this delicious recipe by Chef Niru Gupta, and lick your plates clean.
You can even include a soothing and delicious tamatar ki launji in your Navratri thali. Made with simple ingredients, minimal time and least effort, this amazing tomato stew is for all people who like their food tangy and flavourful. You can team this with a nice hot helping of sabudana khichdi. Perfect the art of this vrat classic with this delicious recipe, and let us know how it went.
Navratri and kuttu ki puri goes hand in hand.
Navratri Dessert (Sweets)
Now is the time for Navratri special desserts! And the best part is that there is no bar for milk and sugar, you can have as many milk based desserts as you want. Try our favourite vrat wali kheer. A lip-smacking preparation made of milk, sugar and parsai ki chawal. For those who are not looking for a heavy dessert, conclude your meal on a slightly lighter note with this amazing singhara atta barfi, a delectable sweet made with singhare ka atta (water chestnut flour), khoya and green cardamoms.
(Also Read: Navratri 2018: How To Cook These Six Fruits Into Delicious Desserts During Fasts!)
Try our favourite vrat wali kheer. A lip-smacking preparation made of milk, sugar and parsai ki chawal.
Here's your fully prepared Navratri thali! Make sure you make most of the fasting ingredients. Trust us, if prepared well, they can be a quite a treat!