Here is a collection of tried and tested best Navratri Fast Recipes which you can make for Navratri Vrat or for Prasadam as observed in South India.
Navratri is a festival in honor of Goddess Durga is celebrated for nine nights all over India in various forms. It culminates with Dusshera marked as the day when lord Ram killed the Ravana. People of Indian origin celebrate it with Navratri songs, dance and traditional ways of Puja.
Many people observe fast or make Prasad for goddess Durga. Navratra Vrat Recipes have carried on traditionally in every household.
Once again it’s time for Navratri, we all have been looking forward to the festival time of the year, I’m also sure you are looking forward to the Navratri food recipes being made once again at home.
Right from Durga Puja Pandals to Garba dances, the energy is everywhere to get absorbed in. People decorate their houses, start buying for the festival season and make special Navratri Recipes.
While making this collection of Navratri Falahari Recipes for fasting I’ve made sure to include recipes from all over India. You can find all you need from this collection of recipes for Navratri fast.
All these recipes are tried & tested and range from Vrat Ki Sabzi, Raita, Small Bites, Sweets, Savories & Shakes so you can try new recipes everyday. Some are traditional Navratri upvas recipes while some just let you enjoy the fasting season with a twist. Let me know which one is your favourite Navratri special recipe.
Navratri Vrat Recipes (Navratri Fasting Recipes)
Aloo Sabudana – Aloo Sabudana is a falahari snack made for vrat. It is made using sago pearls which can be eaten during vrat.
Sabudana Khichdi – Sabudana Khichdi is a traditional Indian breakfast recipe which is made using sago or tapioca pearls. Follow my tips to make the Sabudana Khichdi non sticky.
Sweet Potato Kheer – Made from Sweet Potato, Milk and sugar, Sweet Potato Kheer Recipe is a delicious Indian sweet or dessert which is perfect to serve for festivals or any special occasion. It is also gluten-free and can be served for Falahar for Vrat.
Makhana Kheer – Makhana Kheer is an Indian pudding made using fox nuts, milk, sugar and dry fruits. It is a delicious dessert which can be served on any occasion especially for vrat or fasting days.
Carrot Halwa – Gajar Ka Halwa or Carrot Halwa is a traditional Indian sweet or dessert made with fresh red carrots, milk and sugar. It’s a winter delicacy and is made using the juicy red carrots. My mom makes the best ever carrot halwa and today I am sharing her simple and easy recipe to make this.
Pumpkin Halwa – Kaddu Ka Halwa Recipe or Pumpkin Halwa is a unique vegetable-based dessert like Lauki ka Halwa which turns stupendously toothsome.
Aloo ka Halwa – Farali Aloo ka Halwa or Potato Halwa is a delicious Indian sweet which is made using potato as the base ingredients. This dish is perfect to have for Vrat or Falahar as well as the ingredients used to make it are allowed as falahar. A very easy dish to prepare, this sweet goodness is sure to satiate your taste buds and fill your tummies with contentment. Here is how to make Aalu ka Halwa.
Vrat ki Chutney –
Sabudana Kheer –
Rajgira Paratha –
Lauki ki Kheer –
Apple Kheer –
For Navmi Poojan
Kala Chana –
Sooji Ka Halwa –
Poori – Poori is a fried puffed Indian bread which is made using whole wheat flour. My recipe with tell you tips and tricks to make the perfect golden soft poori at home. Here is how to make Puri Recipe.
For South Indian Prasadam
Rajma Sundal –