The much-awaited Navratri festival began on 2nd April 2022, and people have been celebrating these nine days in their own ways. Some observe fasts on the first and the last day of the festival. In contrast, some of us keep fasts for all nine days. As we continue with the celebrations, most of us try to find new kinds of Navratri foods to make throughout these days. So, to add some things to your vrat-friendly menu, today, we bring you some South Indian items that can be a part of your list! With just some tweaks in the meals, these South Indian recipes can be made Navratri special. Check out the recipes below:
Here Are 5 South Indian Recipes To Make In Navratri
Idli has to be one of our favourite breakfasts of all time, and it comes highly recommended. These puffy rice cakes, slathered in sambhar or chutney, are always a delectable treat. All you need to make these idlis is a smooth batter consisting of one cup samak rice and one-fourth cup sabudana.
Dosa is yet another South Indian favourite we love devouring. This time, make a delicious dosa with samak. This easy recipe will be ready in no time. Plus, it can be quickly be made with ingredients that are readily available in the market.
Peanut Sundal is a south Indian-style peanut chaat with mustard, curry leaves, and grated coconut; this snack will whisk you away to the gorgeous beaches of Tamil Nadu. This dish is a famous tea time snack that is also served as Navratri Prasad.
This spicy South Indian rice recipe is designed especially for Navratri's 'Naivedyam.' This dish is a must-try for everyone because of the ideal combination of curd, rice, and South Indian flavours.
To create this tasty dish, all you need is samak rice, water, coconut, salt, and sugar. It hardly takes 20 minutes to make some delicious appams! You can pair this with a potato curry to turn it into a full meal.
Try out these simple recipes today, and let us know which one was your favourite!