India is a land of differing cultures that have evolved over an interval of Centuries. Time has brought us together and intermixed our differences into a connecting thread. Many festivals are celebrated in India across the country but with their own traditional shades of flavors. Here you can get all the Vrat recipes and get the process to make the recipes. Just try for the following recipes on this festivals Lauki Burfi/Bottle Gourd Burfi, Sabudana Khichdi, Sago Upma, Pumpkin Barfi, Sabudana Namkeen, Shivratri Vrat, Jackfruit Seeds Halwa, Paneer Dahi Vada, Makhana Chikki, Mewa ki Kheer, Tapioca Patties, Aloo Ka Halwa, Coconut sweet, Kuttu Atta Poori, Doodhi ka halwa Bottle Gourd Halwa, etc.
Kuttu Atta (Buckwheat flour) is commonly used in fasts. Today we will make Kuttu Atta Poori for Navratri Vrat.
Kuttu Atta cannot be kneaded with just simple water. Potato or Arbi is used to knead the flour. You also get crispy Pooris when the flour is kneaded with Potato or Arbi.
Dhaniya Panjiri Prasad is eaten when one is on fast and is allowed to eat fruits. Normally, Panjiri is made from wheat flour so it is not taken as prasad but Panjiri is the first thing people eat to break fasts.
Dhania Panjiri is specially eaten on Janmashthami to break one's fast. You can make and eat Dhaniya(coriander) Panjiri whenever you feel like, it is very tasty and nutritious.
Saboodana Vada is very delicous and very popular in India during fasting. Let's make the Saboodana Vada.
Namkeen prepared with melon seeds is different is taste and can be prepared instantly. This can also be prepared for fast (vrats).
You can make various recipes with Samvat Rice (Vrat ke Chawal). Today we will prepare Kheer with Samvat Rice. It is easy to cook and gives you enough nutrition and energy at the time of fast (vrat).
Singhada Katli (Water chestnut sweet ) is usually prepared and eaten when fasting on the occasion of Shivratri or vrat .This sweet is very delicious. Let's make the Water Chestnut Sweet.