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Vrat Ka Khana Recipe | Vrat Ka Nashta | Upvas Ka Khana | Navratri Ka Khana with detailed photo and video recipe. An easy and simple breakfast or snack recipe aimed particularly for fasting made with sabudana or sago pearls. Basically, the post has 3 simple recipes like idli, dosa, and appe which can be easily consumed for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. These fasting food recipes are prepared for vrat, but not limited to it, and hence can be prepared for any occasion or even for lunch boxes.
Vrat Ka Khana Recipe


Vrat Ka Khana Recipe | Vrat Ka Nashta | Upvas Ka Khana | Navratri Ka Khana with step-by-step photo and video recipe. There are many types of fasting food recipes in Indian cuisine prepared for particular festivals and religious occasions. However, sabudana or sago pearl is one such universal ingredient used to make khichdi or vada for vrat or fasting. However, it can also be used to make other types of vrat ka khana recipes with idli, dosa, and appe being one such recipe.

We generally believe that vrat ka khana is limited to religious or festival-specific fasting food. However, it is not just limited to it. As matter of fact, you may practice these foods for a healthy vegetarian lifestyle. Also, it helps to maintain the body temperature and hence helps to focus more on spiritual and inner peace. In addition, the ingredients used for fasting are considered nutrient and healthy and hence used as fasting recipes. Typically during fasting, 1 or 2 meals are skipped and hence body needs sufficient and balanced nutrients. The typical ingredients prohibited during fasting are lentils, rice, grains, and some aromatic spices. This does not mean those ingredients are less healthy, but just that it is not suitable for fasting purpose. Do try to include these 3 recipes in your diet and let me know if it makes any difference.

Vrat Ka Nashta Furthermore, some more related and additional tips, suggestions, and variants to the vrat ka nashta. Firstly, out of the 3 recipes I have posted in this video, my personal favorite is appe as it is more realistic than the traditional recipe. Note that sabudana is not the preferred ingredient for idli and dosa and hence it may not carry the same shape and taste. Secondly, while preparing any fasting recipes, I would strongly recommend using fresh and green ingredients. Avoid using processed ingredients as it is not ideal to prepare fasting recipes using them. Lastly, the spices used for any fasting recipes are limited and hence use them smartly and wisely. The basic spices used are ginger, cumin, and coriander.

Finally, I request you to check my other related Vrat Festival Recipes Collection with this post on vrat ka khana recipe. It mainly includes my other related recipes like Vrat Wale Aloo Recipe, Panchakajjaya Recipe 3 Ways, Instant Sabudana Dosa Recipe, sabudana khichdi, rava idli, sama ke chawal pulao, upvas dosa, sabudana thalipeeth, peanut sundal, panchamrit. Further to these, I would also like to add some more related recipe categories like,

About Vrat Ka Khana:

Fasting food or vrat ka khana is a type of food which are generally served or prepared during the religious or festival seasons as compared to the day-to-day meal. These are typically prepared with limited and chosen ingredients with rice, lentil, and grains strictly prohibited. Yet there are certain regular ingredients like potato, peanuts, and millet that can be used which are known for health benefits. Due to the nature of the fasting, only one or 2 meals are maximum allowed during the fasting, and hence using healthy and nutrient ingredients really helps to focus on the spiritual side of fasting.

However, these fasting foods or vrat ka khana are not limited to only fasting or religious occasions. These recipes are ideal if you are particularly looking for a healthier lifestyle option. Particularly if you plan to switch to vegetarian or vegan food options. With types of ingredients used for meat cooking, induces a lot of heat to the body and may not be suitable to focus on your goals. Also, it may be less healthy and maybe more fatty and salty in nature. Therefore, switching to these kinds of upwas ka nastha may be a healthier option.

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Vrat Ka Khana Recipe

Vrat Ka Khana Recipe | Vrat Ka Nashta | Upvas Ka Khana | Navratri Ka Khana

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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Soaking Time 10 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine north indian
Servings 4 Servings
Calories 166 kcal


Ingredients 

  • 1 cup sabudana
  • ½ cup peanut
  • ¼ cup rajgira atta
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 2 chilli (finely chopped)
  • 2 tbsp coriander (chopped)
  • 2 tbsp coconut (grated)
  • 1 potato (boiled & mashed)
  • ¾ cup curd
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 cup water
  • oil (for roasting)


Instructions 

  • firstly, in a pan take 1 cup sabudana and ½ cup peanut.
  • dry roast on medium flame until the peanut turns crunchy.
  • cool completely, and grind to a fine powder.
  • transfer the sabudana peanut powder to a large bowl.
  • add ¼ cup rajgira atta, 1 tsp cumin, 2 chilli, 2 tbsp coriander, and 2 tbsp coconut.
  • also add 1 potato, ¾ cup curd, and 1 tsp salt.
  • adding 1 cup water and mixing well forming a batter.
  • cover and rest for 10 minutes or until the sabudana is soaked well.
  • you can use the batter to make appe.
  • or you can steam in idli plate for 10 minutes.
  • you can also make chilla by roasting in pan.
  • finally, enjoy vrat ka nashta with chutney.


Nutrition

Calories: 166kcalCarbohydrates: 7gProtein: 10gFat: 12gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 4gMonounsaturated Fat: 5gSodium: 596mgPotassium: 271mgFiber: 3gSugar: 2gVitamin A: 279IUVitamin C: 38mgCalcium: 100mgIron: 2mg

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How to make Vrat Ka Khana with step-by-step photos:

  1. firstly, in a pan take 1 cup sabudana and ½ cup peanut.
  2. dry roast on medium flame until the peanut turns crunchy.
  3. cool completely, and grind to a fine powder.
  4. transfer the sabudana peanut powder to a large bowl.
  5. add ¼ cup rajgira atta, 1 tsp cumin, 2 chilli, 2 tbsp coriander, and 2 tbsp coconut.
  6. also add 1 potato, ¾ cup curd, and 1 tsp salt.
  7. adding 1 cup water and mixing well forming a batter.
  8. cover and rest for 10 minutes or until the sabudana is soaked well.
  9. you can use the batter to make appe.
  10. or you can steam in an idli plate for 10 minutes.
  11. you can also make chilla by roasting it in pan.
  12. finally, enjoy Vrat Ka Khana with chutney.
    Vrat Ka Nashta

Notes:

  • Firstly, make sure to cook on medium flame, or else the batter will not get cooked from the inside.
  • Also, you can add grated carrots, or any vegetables to make it nutritious.
  • Additionally, use rock salt (sendha namak) instead of regular salt as it is not allowed during fasting.
  • Finally, Vrat Ka Khana Recipe tastes great when prepared slightly spicy.

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