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6 Upvas Recipes To Try This Navratri Season

6 Upvas Recipes To Try This Navratri Season
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This Navratri season has come at quite a weird time. With everything going on the world, when everyone is at home at all times and when you don't know what day it even is, it is hard to keep track of the festivals happening. Beginning from 25th march, this goes on until 9 days, ending on the 2nd of April. Here are a few recipes that you can make this Navratri season with most ingredients already available in your kitchen.

1. Dudhi Na Muthiya| Homemade Lauki Muthiya

This Gujarati dish is a "fast" food specialty. It is made with Lauki, also called bottle gourd and is super easy to make. Bottle Gourd is known to contain 96% water which makes this dish healthy as it doesn't require too much oil. Try this Gujarati recipe at home and make your day a little greater.

2. Raw Banana Fry

A substitute for a fish fry, this vegan/vegetarian dish is made with bananas that can be eaten during Upvas season. If you were wondering what to do with the leftover bananas. This dish is probably a good idea.

3. Fruit Salad

It only takes 5-10 mins to prepare this dish and but forever in your hearts. You can eat this dish during fasting and even after it because it's tough to let this fruit salad go.

4. Sabudana Kheer

Sabudana might be the most common ingredient that is used in almost all Upvas dishes. Did you know you can also make kheer with it? It only takes 5-6 ingredients to make and everything is mostly available in your kitchen. So if you're looking for something sweet to eat, this is the best option.

5. Sabudana Khichdi

This is probably the most basic dish you can make during Upvas. Learn how to make this easy recipe step by step with Archana Tai. Preparation time: only 5 mins. Eating time: less than 5 mins.

6. Sabudana Uttapam

Sabudana with a South Indian twist? Count me in. This Sabudana uttapam is made from Sabudana atta and is super easy to make. So if you're craving uttapam but are also fasting, this is what you can have for breakfast and not break-the-fast.

While going out of the house may not be an option right now, these basic recipes are something that can be easily made at home for Upvas season.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

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