Tag: vrat ka khana

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

Sookhe Kaale Chane Puri Aur Sooji Ka Halwa/ Sooji ka Halwa/ Mata ka Bhog/ Spicy Bengal Gram Recipe/ Kanjak Bhog Recipe/ Kanya Pooja ka Bhog/ Ashtami ka Bhog/ North Indian Ashtami Bhog recipe/ Navratri Menu

Navratri fasting comes to an end on Ashtami (eighth day). This day is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm all over the country. Food and offerings are made to ‘Maa Durga’ (Goddess Durga). ... Read More

Phalhari Kadhai Paneer / Vrat ki Kadhai Paneer / No Onion No Garlic Recipe / Cottage Cheese

The best part about Navratri is that I know I will finish cooking very quickly! That’s because we don’t eat onion and garlic during these 9 days…as most Indians, I too have ‘Mata ji ki Pooja’ and ̵ ... Read More

Rajgira Halwa / Amaranth Fudge / Glutenfree Fudge/ Navratri Vrat Recipe / Fasting Menu for Navratri Festival

Navratri is just around the corner….and I am excited! It’s going to be so colourful…and bright! This is just the beginning of festive season!! Besides, I will be sharing a few recipes here meant for fasting. They will be delicious and easy to make….the kind I specia ... Read More

Sabudane ki Khichadi

Sabudane Ki Khichadi nutritious and delicious breakfast makes for a great start to our day! I make it a point to serve something that’s filling and keeps you going for the first half of the day! Some days it’s Parathas with some pickle/ curd, on others it can b ... Read More

Crispy Sabudana Wadas in Appe Pan / Crispy Sago & Potato Croquettes in Aebelskiver Pan.

Its Spring time…which marks the beginning of Chaitri Navratris…when we Hindus worship Goddess Durga for 9 days while we fast. The 9th day signifies the end of the Navratris & it’s celebrated as Read More
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