Navratri Fasting Recipes: Soon India will dive into festivities and celebrations as Navratri is about to start. The nine days are filled with so much joy and enthusiasm. Hindu Devotees will be worshipping the 9 forms of Goddess Durga for 9 consecutive days. Fasting is an important part of Navratri. People fast for a whole day and take food after worshipping the Goddess Durga in the evening. However, some people eat during the fasting period too. Here in this article, we will be compiling the best fasting recipes you should try in Navratri in 2023.
Navratri is all about worshipping and fasting. The devotees believe in not consuming food for a whole day. Later on in the evening, they prefer to have a meal after worshipping. Here we have shared some easy and popular fasting recipes you must try during Navratri 2023.
Sabudana Khichdi: Talking about fasting recipes the very first recipe that comes to our mind is Sabudana Khichdi. It is a type of pulao made up of Tapioca pearls. This dish can be made very easily with the help of minimal spices and veggies.
Kuttu Ka Dhokla: Originated in Gujrat Kuttu Dhokla is another form of the popular dish Dhokla. Made up of Sama Flour, yoghurt and water and later on when it turns into a cake it is served with Pudiney ki chutney.
Sabudana Tikki: Another form of Aloo Tikki, the Sabudana tikki is quite popular during fasting not in Navratri but in other festivals too. This Tikki is made up of boiled potatoes, tapioca pearls and spices. Mixing all the ingredients dough is formed which is roasted from both sides until it turns brown and crispy and later on served with Pudiney ki chutney.
Singhare Ke Aate Ka Halwa: Made up of flour of Water chestnut(Singhara) this dessert recipe is very popular in India during fasting on various occasions. This recipe is made by roasting Singharas flour with sugar, and ghee until it takes a texture of slurry. It is served with a garnishing of dry fruits like cashews, almonds etc.
Phool Makhana: Phool Makhana is a tasty and healthy snack option to cook during the fasting season in Navratri. It is made up of lotus seeds by roasting them with black salt until they turn crispy. One can add peanuts to enhance the overall taste.
Makhana Aloo Tikki: Another delicious form of Aloo Tikki, You can try the Makhana Aloo Tikki as a quick snack during fasting in Navratri. One can make it very easily by mixing roasted Makhanas into boiled potatoes and making the dough by mixing spices and roasting in a pan until they turn brown.
Written By: Ishan Singh