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Vrat Ka Khana /Indian Fasting Recipes


Potato Vada
Usually people don't use red chili powder during vrat, but if you use it, you can also add chili powder to make it more spicy.
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Aloo Chat
Aloo chat, is very famous in Dehli region, it's very spicy and tangy. But if you like it less spicy just skip off the chopped green chilies.
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Sabudana Vada
Tapioca, sabudana is widely used in Western countries generally to make pudding.This dish you can find most commonly in Southern part of India.
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Sabudana Khichari
This dish you can find most commonly in Southern part of India.You can also add fried peanut if you like.
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Dahi Vade
You can make this dish sweet or savory by adding sugar or salt to the curd.
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Potato Halwa
Potato, mostly used for savory preparations like mashed potatoes, patties, sabzi, parantha etc. But this is one good sweet concoction of potato.
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Tapioca Pudding [Sabudana Kheer]
Sabudana kheer is very famous in India. It is mostly serve during festive season.This is also widely cooked in Western countries. It's a sweet concoction of tapioca, a starchy grain.
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Fasting and Festivals are the integral part of Indian traditions.Fasting is also known as Vrat in Indian household.

The food-eating limits during fasting varies from some-eating, one-time meal to no eating at all. The period of fasting also varies from- partial to prolong for 24 hours. Certain Indians, those related to Jains religion are known to keep fast for weeks at a stretch. Though people in India may keep a fast for varied reasons, the most important ones pertain to religious and spiritual aspects. There are mentions about fasting in many Indian religious scriptures. In the most Hindu sacred books like the Bhagwad Gita and others, fasting helps create an attunement with the absolute by establishing a harmonious relationship between the body and the soul.

Whether for religious or spiritual reasons, or as a mean to good health, fasting has been an inextricable part of all traditions through the ages. Fasts are commonly undertaken for socio-religious purposes, and may be observed for the sake of custom or punya [good karma].

Hindu ladies fasts for whole day, for their soulmates or spouse, on the day of Karva-chauth, the day of Lord Ganesha, for their blessings and long life for their spouse.

Vrat Ka Khana/Indian Fasting Recipes
Potato Vada
Aloo Chat
Sabudana Vada
Sabudana Khichari
Dahi Vade
Potato Halwa
Tapioca Pudding [Sabudana Kheer]
Dahi Waale Aloo
Kashiphal Ki Sabzi
Potato Patties
Jeera Aloo
Kuttu Ka Paratha
Singhare Ki Puri
Peanut Curry
Sweet Potato Kheer
Hare Matar Ki Chat
Baingan Bharta
Aloo-Tamatar Ki Sabzi
Arbi Ki Sookhi Sabzi
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