13 Vrat Dishes You Must Try This Navratri

For those of you who are fasting this Navratri, and think that the only way is eating fruits, here’s a list of 13 fasting recipes that will not only rescue you but will also make sure your taste buds don’t complain:

1. Kuttu ke Pakode


Made from Kuttu or buckwheat flour,  and mashed potatoes is the perfect way to snack during fasting. Find the recipe here.


2. Dahi Arbi


This recipe made from arbi, also known as colocasia or taro roots is a thin yoghurt based recipe. You can try the recipe here.


3. Rajgire ke Poori


These yummy pooris are made from a very common fasting ingredient – Rajgire ka Atta – that is also known as Amarnath. Here’s the recipe for you.


4. Sabudana Vada


Sabudana or Sago is the most loved and favourite fasting ingredient and these vadas made from these are even yummier. Here’s the recipe.


5. Sabudana Khichdi


This khichdi made from sabudana is light, healthy, filling and can be had by people on a diet too. Make your own here.


6. Sabudana Thalipeeth


The sago version of the traditional thalipeeth is a favourite among people observing fast during Navratri. Here’s the recipe for you.


7.Fruit Salad


If you’re looking for something light and sweet to snack on, then look no further, because this fruit salad is the the best thing. Find the recipe here.


8. Singhare Atta ka Halwa


This delicious halwa is made from the flour of dried water chestnuts (singhara atta). Here’sthe recipe for you.


9. Sabudana Laddu


This laddu recipe made from sago is perfect for fasting, and basically any other time because it’s laddu obviously. Learn how to make it here.


10. Lauki ka Halwa


Lauki or doodhi becomes interesting in this recipe when it gets turned in to halwa. Find the recipe here.


11. Makhane ki Kheer


Makhana also known as fox nut, is a very commonly used ingredient for fasts and can be snacked on even when it’s plain salted. But we like the sweetened kheer version of it better. The recipe? Here.


12. Dry Fruits Laddu


This heaven is made from nuts and raisins and is basically the best laddu ever. Here’s the recipe.


13. Shikanji


Light, refreshing, sweet and salty; this drink made from lemon is everything you want it to be and is extremely easy to make.

So go ahead, and enjoy your Navratri with friends and family and of course, these amazing vrat recipes.

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