Menu for Navratri Fast- Meal Plan 1

Menu for Navratri Fast- Meal Plan 1

HAPPY NAVRATRI EVERYONE!!
Navaratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. The word Navaratri means ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit, Nava meaning nine and Ratri meaning nights. is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga . The word Navaratri means ‘nine nights’ navameaning nine and ratri meaning nights.
During these Nine days, People usually keep fasts for 9 days or they try to avoid some food items like meat, onion, garlic, Alcohol etc. I believe all these traditions in our culture were originally made because they have science behind it.
Well, I am keeping fast for 9 days for scientific as well as religious reasons. Are you fasting too? then check out how I planed my menu for the upcoming days. Save the link to refer anytime in future too.

Start your day with a energy full breakfast. Portion controlled diet never causes any harm so I am sharing my portion wise meal plan with you.
BREAKFAST
1 cup tea with 2 Aloo Sabudana Tikki with Falahari Chutney

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Aloo Sabudana Tikki

Recipe of Falahari Chutney
1 bunch of Coriander leaves
1-2 green chilies
1/2 tsp cumin powder
Sindhav Salt ( or if you eat regular salt)- to taste
1 tomato ( add amchur if don’t eat tomato)
lemon juice according to taste
Grind together everything and serve with your favorite snack.

MID-MORNING
One small Apple

LUNCH
1 Bowl Samak Rice pulav with Cucumber Raita or Dahi ke Aloo or Chutney

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SAMAK RICE PULAV

EVENING SNACK
Roasted Makhana Namkeen
Recipe
Heat Desi Ghee in a nonstick pan, Add 1 cup of Makhanas Sindhav salt and pepper and mix well. Serve hot with Tea.

DINNER
2 Stuffed Paneer and carrot Kuttu kacheela

cheela with Coriander Chutney!

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Stuffed Paneer and Carrot Kuttu Ka Cheela

DESSERT
1 small Bowl of Raw Papaya Kheer

Recipe here

RAW PAPAYA KHEER

So here was my first meal plan.and I will try to bring more interesting meal plan within the upcoming days. Till then Stay tuned and happy Fasting!

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Thanks for vsiting and reading this post,
Love,
Swati.
JAI MATA DI !!



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