5 Best Navaratri Recipes

Oct 05, 2021 15:48 IST
Navaratri celebrations have begun and the excitement is in the air! This Navaratri make these 5 classic dishes and keep yourself full!
  • 5 Best Navaratri Recipes

    The festive season has arrived, and Hindus across India are preparing to celebrate Sharad Navaratri, one of the most important festivals of the year. Sharad Navaratri is a nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga. Nine avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped for nine days (and nights), with devotees practising traditional fasts, puja, and other practices. People fast for nine days to seek Goddess Durga's blessings. Devotees perform puja and eat light Sattvic meals made with kuttu atta, sweet potato, sabudana, and other ingredients. So, this Navaratri- here we bring five best recipes that you can make and keep yourself full.
  • Aloo Ki Kadhi

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    Enjoy the relaxing tastes of this light and delicious curry cooked with the ever-adaptable potato. To make your Navratri even more special, skip the monotonous aloo ka falahar and opt for some healthy aloo kadhi instead
  • Sabudana Khichdi

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    Sabudana is high in carbohydrates, which provides an energy boost during a fast. Sabudana, peanuts, and mild spices are used in this light dish. You could also make sabudana kheer or sabudana vada, both of which are delicious Navratri appetisers.
  • Aloo Rasedaar

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    Aloo rasedaar is an Indian gravy sabzi cooked with rock salt, or sendha namak, to adhere to the fasting traditions of Navratri, which forbids the use of regular salt. Pair this dish with some yummy kuttu puri and enjoy!
  • Kuttu Dosa

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    If you like dosas, try something different, this Navratri instead of the typical kuttu puris. A crisp dosa with a potato filling cooked with kuttu ka atta is an absolute delight to enjoy. Don't forget to serve it with a chutney of mint and coconut
  • Paneer Rolls

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    A delicious paneer meal that you can make and eat even during the Navratri fasting season. This delightful mid-day snack is made with grated paneer, potatoes, sendha namak, and spices.
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