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Navratri Food that you would love to eat!


Navratri Food that you would love to eat!

Well, the festival of nine days which is called Navratri has just begun. Navratri is one of the festivals which is widely celebrated across India. During this nine days, some of the Hindu devotees observe ritualistic Navratri fasts, where they abstain from eating meat (non-veg) and drinking alcohol.

Foods like roasted Makhana or Phool Makhana, sabudana kheer, sabudana, sendha namak, Kuttu atta ki puri, sabudana khichdi, basundi, aloo raita, allo ki kadhi, kuttu kea ate ki poori, sabudana kheer, aloo peanut sabzi etc are the Navratri special foods for vrat.

Here are some varieties of Navratri food for diet


Sabudana Kheer: It is a sweet pudding made up with sabudana and milk. Well, it is a popular Indian pudding which is made during religious fasting days. Kheer can be decorated by adding cardamom, saffron and some topped with chunky nuts.


Kuttu Atta ki Puri: Garam Garam pooris made with buckwheat flour (kuttu ka atta) and it is one of the flours that is used during fasting time like shivratri, ekadashi, Navratri. Puri can be made just with the buckwheat flour and served with the combination of allu tamator sabzi.

Roasted-Makhana-or-Phool-MakhanaRoasted Makhana or Phool Makhana: It is also known as fix nut or Euryale ferox. Well, this type of soft snacks generally used in fasting as it is light for stomach and nutritious too. Makana has natural taste as it includes calcium, phosphorous, carbohydrates, protein, iron, zinc.

BasundiBasundi: Unfortunately this sweet (Basundi) will be found in menu during wedding function in Gujarat. A sweetened and thickened milk with chopped nuts, flavoured with cardamom, saffron with the addition of dry fruits.

Aloo-Ki-KadhaiAloo ki Kadhi: A yummy recipe for the Navratri fasts. Kadhi is made of with the help potatoes, chillies and singhare ka atta. It can be enjoyed with rotis, parathas or cooked rice.



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