Vrat wali aloo Sabzi (Simple Potato curry with out garlic or onion) is simple and delicious and is ready is minutes. This curry / sabzi is consumed mostly during the days when one observing fast and restricts from consuming garlic or onion. This “Falahari” sabzi goes well with Kuttu ke poori (Buckwheat flour puffed bread).Continue reading “Fasting Special Potato Recipe”
Who says that vrat ka khana (Fasting food) is either boring or laden with Oil. “Kuttu ka dosa” or “Falahari Dosa” or “Vrat ka dosa” is a great option for those who want to avoid eating Kuttu in fried pooris (puffed indian bread) or pakoris.
Amaranth (commonly known as chaulai) flour Patty or Tikki is something, which you can make on those fasting days when you are in no mood for extended cooking. These can be made in jiffy and can easily satiate your taste buds.
Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 10 minutes Serving: 3-4
Sabudana khichdi Recipe(साबूदाना खिचड़ी) or sago khichdi is also a food which is mainly eaten on fasting days, and is hugely popular in northern part of India. Having said that nothing stops one to have this as snack on any day. One may call this as sabudana pilaf too. This khichdi / pilaf made from small sago pearls is part of quintessential cuisine if we speak of Navratri food items.Continue reading “Sabudana Khichdi Recipe”