5 Easy and Delicious Fasting recipes to try!
Do you keep fast during some Indian festivals like Navratri, Shivratri, Janmashtami and few more?
Why not opt for easy and healthy options while you fast! Switch to baked or roasted versions than to regular fried ones or rather than making pooris or parathas make cheelas.
Here are 5 recipes from my Vrat collection that are
All of these are easy Varat or fast recipes and taste great!
Click on the names for the recipes.
These Non-fried Pan roasted Aloo Paneer Ki Tikki is so easy to make and is loved by people of ages in the family. If your kids are not fasting, you don’t need to make anything extra for them. Served with Vrat ki chutney, they taste superb
Stuffed Kuttu and Paneer Ke Cheele
Kuttu means Buckwheat, a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb and sorrel making it a suitable substitute for grains for people who are sensitive to wheat or other grains that contain gluten. During Navratri Fast people consume buckwheat flour as it is considered very good for health.Buckwheat flour is a high fiber, high protein alternative to white flour. It is also higher in many essential vitamins and minerals than white flour.
Non-Fried Aloo Sabudana TikkiOne of the most famous Navratri recipes is Sabudana Vadas. Vadas are generally deep fried. I made them in a pan and they are just made using less oil so I term them as tikkis and not Vadas.They are very easy to make, full of energy and easy to digest. Sabudana is soaked and then drained and then mixed with boiled potatoes to make Vadas.
Even if you are not fasting, you can make them for snack in your kids lunch box or even for evening snack. let us proceed toward the recipe
- Kacche Kele Ke Dahi
VadeRaw(green)bananas are good for health and have fewer carbohydrates than potatoes. For anyone trying to avoid food with high sugar content, green bananas are an option whereas yellow bananas are not. This Special preparation is a healthy, easy and delicious choice for you to make as these vadas are made in appe pan
Samo Rice/ Samak Rice/Moriyo/ Millet is rich in digestible fibers, minerals, and vitamins and offers excellent nourishment. Because of its fiber content, it will make you feel fuller for a longer period of time, thus reducing the food intake and helping in portion control and loss of weight.
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Healthy and Delicious Recipes!