Vrta recipes: A perfect accompaniment to your regular pakodas or bhajjis and even with your vrat-friendly snacks. A spicy, sweet and tangy one packed with chatpati Imli pulp.
A delightful paneer recipe that you can cook and have even during the fasting season of Navratri. Made with grated paneer, potatoes, sendha namak and spices, this is a delicious mid-day snack. Pair it with mint or coriander chutney and serve as snacks to your guests during festivals. You can have it any time during the day.
Vrat recipes: Paneer rolld filled with spices and raisins and made with sendha namak, these paneer rolls are perfect snacking food during the vrat season.
Aloo rasedaar is an Indian gravy sabzi whoch is specifically made with rock salt or sendha namak to match with the customs of the fasting season of Navratri, where normal salt is avoided. It is a delicious aloo recipe that you can pair with Kuttu ki puri or chapatis.
(Also read: Vratwale Aloo Rasedaar In Hindi)
Vrat recipes: This aloo ki sabzi recipe made with rock salt or sendha namak has goodness of spices and yogurt, making it a popular lunch option.
Crispy, hot and as good as regular pooris, Kuttu or buckwheat flour is the perfect alternative during the fasting season of Navratri. It is easy and just takes about 15-20 minutes to cook and can be paired with any Sabzi like Aloo or Chole. Cook fur lunch and have a hearty meal.
(Also read: Kuttu Ki Poori In Hindi)
Vrat recipes: Specially made during fasting days, Kuttu ki poori is tasty and healthy apart from being gluten free.
Enjoy these delightful recipes this festive season and make sure you spread the joy and cheer across friends and family!