Jul 04, 2017
A country as diverse as ours has an extensive variety of cuisines to choose from and festivals to celebrate. During some of these festivals and auspicious days, a lot of Indians keep a fast, commonly known as vrat. Of course, the biggest question during a fast is what kind of food can you actually eat! So here are some upvaas recipes that are easy to make and can be had during any and every kind of fast –
Sabudana, also known as tapioca pearls, are widely used for making vrat ka khaana. Sabudana Khichdi is made in various ways and has a lot of different recipes but the simplest way of making one is with minimal spices and peanuts.
Sweet Potatoes, also known as shakarkandi is loved by North Indians. This can be had during a fast and can be made into a delicious chaat on other days.
WATCH – Quick And Easy Sweet Potato
This is one of the easiest puddings to make and can be ready to eat in just 10 minutes. It’s also known as Kelyacha Halwa in Marathi
WATCH – Kelyacha Halwa (Banana Pudding)
Dudhi ka Halwa
Dudhi, also known as Bottle Gourd, is widely used in Indian cooking. But, did you know that you can make a halwa out of it that can be consumed during a fast!
WATCH – Dudhi Ka Halwa (Bottle Gourd Pudding)
Prashadacha Sheera is made using semolina (rawa) which is usually made during festivals and pujas. It’s rich in taste yet healthy since it has a lot of dry fruits, milk, ghee and even fresh cut fruits. The best part is that you can make it in several different ways.
WATCH – Prashadacha Sheera