Category: Fasting Menu

Dry Fruit Basundi | Traditional Basundi

Dry Fruit Basundi | Traditional Basundi is a very popular and delicious dessert made in Gujarat and Maharashtra. It has the most creamy texture due to slow cooking milk for hours. A variety of dry fruits are added to give the creamy dessert a lovely texture. This is one of the easies ... Read More

Farali Pattice Recipe | Farali Patties recipe

Farali Pattice Recipe | Farali Patties recipe

Farali Pattice Recipe | Farali Patties recipe is a popular snack from Gujrat specially made during fasts (vrats). It is an easy preparation made with everyday basic ingredients and very little time. You can also make them even when you aren’t fasting, they are so delicious too! ... Read More

Singhare Ki Puri | Vrat ki Puri

Singhare Ki Puri | Vrat ki Puri

Singhare Ki Puri | Vrat ki Puri is made during fasts or vrats in North India using just gluten-free flour and some other basic ingredients and spices. These puris (flatbreads) turn out so yummy and absolutely melt in the mouth soft. We can use water-chestnut flour (singhara atta) or ... Read More

Vrat ke Pakode | Phalhari Pakode ki recipe | Glutenfree Fritters

I am a Northern Indian and having spent many winters up there, I love everything that the winters have to offer in terms of the local fresh produce! I particularly enjoy roasted or sautéed Singhara (water chestnut or water caltrop). The flavour is very earthy and not many spices are needed ... Read More

Roasted Masala Makhane | Roasted Foxnuts

You’d love to chomp on something healthy for a change, wouldn’t you! I know I would…..and I do☺️ These peppery, spicy, very crunchy & absolutely addictive Roasted Masala Makhane (Foxnuts)are our go to snack on most days!  

I can’t seem to get enou ... Read More

Rassedaar Aloo Tamatar | Indian Potato & Tomato Curry

Considering how much I love Potatoes, I have a very few recipes about them on the blog! Dubkimaar Aloo or Rassedaar Aloo Tamatar is very common in my home…specially for Sunday brunch with some crispy, flaky, layered Parathas😋 NomNom!!

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Kurkuri Arbi

‘Arbi’ in Hindi or Colocasia in English is something many people do not enjoy. It could be because of it’s slightly slimy texture or because it has no flavour of it’s own….or could be because many people have not tried these Kurkuri Arbi! 😊 

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Navratri Recipes 1

Happy Navratri everyone! May Maa Durga bless each of you and your loved ones. Many of us are fasting for the next 9 days and I bring to you a collection of easy and delicious recipes to enjoy! 

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Rasgulla

Rasgulla happens to be one of my personal favourites when I am thinking of Indian desserts👌 They are so light…spongy & not at all heavy on the palate.

But, making them can be tricky…right from using the right kind of milk to mashing it to perfection! Then making sure t ... Read More

Til aur Moongfali ki Chikki

The Kite Flying Season is here! The Harvest Festival or Makar Sankranti as known in most parts of India…or Lodhi in Punjab! It brings us such joy to celebrate this festival…😊 And it marks the beginning of Spring in India! 

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