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Singhare Ka Halwa is a festive dessert made with water chestnut flour and lots of almonds. Singhare ke atte ka halwa is a popular vrat recipe and is usually prepared during fasts like Navratri, Ekadashi or Mahashivratri. Singhade ka atta or water chestnut flour is one of the flours that may be eaten during the fasting days as per the rules of the fasts.
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Sabudana Khichdi is a delicious recipe and is the ideal dish while fasting. Sabudana Khichdi is prepared during fasts like Navratri or mahashivratri or ekadashi. The dish is prepared with sago which is cooked with potatoes and crushed peanuts. This famous vrat recipe is also an easy snack.
You need to adjust the soaking time of sago as per the type of the sago pearls while making the sabudana khichdi.
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Banana chips are fried slices of bananas that serve as a great snack item. With some little preparations few hours ahead, you can make these chips easily at home if you are not watching your weight. These crispy, salty and spicy chips can be either fried or even baked according to your choice.
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Lauki ka halwa recipe is a popular dessert that is made of bottle gourd, sugar and milk. Though the name may sound a bit unusual, but this delicious sweet recipe tastes really good with the use of condensed milk and generous amount of dry fruits. The beautiful aroma of ghee and cardamom makes it delicious and a hot favorite during the Navaratri festival.
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Sabudana is a processed food and is rich in starch, so it should be combined with something that is nutritious and cooked. It is said that Sabudana kheer recipe can neutralize high body temperature and so it makes the best summer foods. This kheer is simple and is typically eaten during fasting periods and not something to be served at parties. So, here we will share with you how to make sabudana kheer – a festive treat!
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During Navratri or any other religious fasting, only Samvat rice (barnyard millet) or vrat ke chawal (as commonly known as) is allowed. These are not a kind of rice variety and basically are from the millet family. Sama rice is not only tasty but also a healthy option during fasting days.
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Phool makhana are considered a delicacy and are used to prepare both snack as well as dessert recipes. Kids just love eating raw and crunchy makhana. Makhana are very light and are good for eat during days of fasting.
The taste of the dessert or kheer is enhanced with the flavour of cardamoms, kesar (saffron) and dry fruits. The kheer can be served cold or hot based on personal choice but cold one tastes more delicious.
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Tomatoes make a colourful, zesty addition to any menu. Here’s a healthy and very delicious stuffed tomato recipe perfectly apt for the religious fasts. The recipe is completely vegetarian full of nutritious ingredients to provide you energy during the vrat.
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Badam Milk is a soothing and wholesome drink prepared with milk, almonds and saffron, perfect for the fasts. Badam milk shake is not only delicious; but this creamy nutty flavoured milk shake is also very healthy as it adds protein in your body. This drink can be served both; hot and cold. Cold badam milk is a great summer drink whereas the hot one also makes a great winter drink! It is a perfect drink for the fasts because it provides lot of energy to keep you going during fasts.
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Kesar lassi is a delicious, cool and soothing lassi recipe, perfect for those moments when you want to relax with a glass of cool and refreshing drink. Kesar or saffron lassi combines the goodness of dry fruit and curds making it an ideal drink.
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Kuttu Ki Puri is prepared with Buckwheat flour which is commonly known as kuttu ka atta. This dish is prepared during the fasts because many flours and cereals are not eaten during the fasts as per the rules. Kuttu atta is devoid of gluten so it cannot be kneaded with just water. To bind the flour, aloo (potato) or arbi is used to knead the atta. Adding mashed potato to the dough also makes the poori more crispy and delicious.
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