Navratri 2022: 5 Healthy Falahari Chaat During This Navratri Month
Navratri is being held from 26 Sep to 05 Oct, during this holy month. During this period you can enjoy some healthy falahari chaat during fasting. Here are the 5 best recipes!
Starting today (September 26), the festival will last nine days and end on October 5. Today is the first day (Kalash or Ghata Sthapana) of the Shardiya Navratri festival, which honors Goddess Durga and her nine incarnations.
Devotees worship the many forms of the goddess Durga over these days. People fast during Navratri to honor the festival.
In order to welcome the pilgrims during the festival, temples all throughout the nation are lit up.
During this period, devotees observe fasts and engage in falahari. As a result, we have some incredible falahari ideas for you. Fasting is now possible without giving up any of your favorite foods.
List of 5 Best Healthy Falahari Chaat During This Navratri Month
1. Fruits & Peanut Chaat
Apples, grapes, pomegranates, and other fruits can be used to make fruit chaat. Mix in a pinch of rock salt and black pepper with the fruits. Peanuts can be included as well in this fruit chaat.
2. Papdi Chaat
Making falahari papdi chaat at home is quite easy. Instead of using plain flour to make the papdi, use Rajgira, Kuttu, or Singhara flour to make it fast-friendly.
Now put some curd, homemade imli chutney, and dhaniya pudina chutney on top of this papdi as garnish. Add some pomegranate seeds, rock salt, and black pepper as the extra things.
3. Aloo chaat
You can prepare aloo chaat in falahari style for fast. All you need to do is season the golden-fried potatoes with rock salt, black pepper, and imli chutney. For your appetites this Navratri, indulge in aloo chaat.
4. Water Chestnut Samosa
Try utilizing the Singhara atta (water chestnut flour) used in this recipe instead of making samosas the traditional way. It would taste better and be more vrat-friendly.
5. Falahari Water Balls
Try making falahari water balls at home during Navratri. You require water chestnut flour and Samak rice flour as components.
Boil some potatoes and combine them with some masala powder, rock salt, and black pepper for the stuffing. Curd, imli chutney, and dhaniya pumina chutney can all be added for a little added flavor.