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      Try These Easy And Healthy Navratri Recipes For 9 Days

    • The most awaited nine days of the year are here! Navratri is a Hindu festival celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm. The festival celebrates the victory of good over evil which is synced with Hindu mythology. 

      The word Navratri means, Nine Nights!  During these nine days, devotees celebrate the nine divine forms of Goddess Durga. 

      Navratri also marks several subtle seasonal changes. Moreover, it is also the beginning of the festive season, followed by Dusshera, Diwali, Christmas, and many more. 

      During Navratri, devotees fast for nine days to seek the blessings of Maa Durga. However, some keep fasts in jodas (couple): on the first two days or the last two days. 

      The fast has several variations too. For example, some people take only water, some consume fruits, and some eat one meal daily. While festive feasts are all fun, the limited food items used for vrat or fasting make it a little challenging. Adding a variety of tastes and nutritious flavours is an excellent way to make festivals more enjoyable and healthy. 

      So it is time to give up cribbing about the same boring options and try new healthy dishes this Navratri. Here we have listed 9 healthy recipes to make Navratri more happening and healthy. 

      The Nine Healthy Recipes 

      1. Sabudana Khichdi Recipe 

      2. Makhana Kheer Recipe 

      3. Shrikhand Recipe

      4. Jeera Aloo Recipe

      5. Fruit Raita Recipe 

      6. Sabudana Kheer Recipe

      7. Rajgira Ladoo Recipe 

      8. Sabudana Tikki Recipe

      9. Badam ka Halwa Recipe

      1. Sabudana Khichdi Recipe 

      Sabudana Khichdi is one of the most famous fasting dishes. It is made with sabudana pearls, boiled potatoes, roasted peanuts and a few species. It is primarily consumed during fasts like Navaratri, Ekadashi and Mahashivratri. 

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      2. Makhana Kheer Recipe

      Since makhanas are loaded with calcium and anti-inflammatory properties, they are considered a superfood in traditional Indian cuisine. The best part is that makhanas can be included in sweet and savoury dishes, and they always surprise us with their versatility!

      Makhane ki kheer is a traditional Indian dessert for the festive season and celebratory occasions. It is prepared with makhanas (fox nuts), milk and sugar. It is delicious and super easy to make.

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      3. Shrikhand Recipe 

      Shrikhand is an Indian delicacy that has been passed from generation to generation. It is a festive treat served on special occasions, primarily grand ones. As per the beliefs, Gujrati and Maharashtrians first initiated making Shrikhand. 

      Several varieties of shrikhand are available in the market with delicious flavours. However, homemade shrikhand is the best and always stands out. It is delicious and nutritious.   

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      4. Jeera Aloo Recipe 

      Jeera Aloo is a typical dish made in every Indian kitchen during fasting. It is made by combining potatoes, peanuts, cumin seeds and many other spices that can be consumed during a fast. You can have it with puri, roti or paratha made of flours that are permitted in fasting.

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      5. Fruit Raita Recipe 

      Raita is a traditional side dish made with yoghurt. Most people add raw grated vegetables with some spices. However, during the nine days of Navratri, fruit raita can be a go-to side dish when people observe fast.

      Giving a different touch to the raita can be both a taste enhancer and healthy. It will not only give you a cooling effect but will also curb acidity during the fasts. 

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      6. Sabudana Kheer Recipe 

      A sweet delicacy to relish during Navratri fasting!

      Sabundana Kheer is the most well-known dish during the fasts. It is a simple yet quick and delicious dish to make at home in a short time. It is easily digestible food made from scratch and rich in carbs.

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      7. Rajgiri Ladoo Recipe 

      Rajgiri is quite popular in North India, especially during Navratri. It is perfect fasting grain and is mainly used to make ladoos. Moreover, amino acids in rajgiri make it easy to digest and suitable during Navratri fasting.  

      You can prepare a large batch of rajgiri ladoos and store them for consumption. However, make sure to keep them in an airtight container. It will prevent them from getting soggy. 

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      8. Sabudana Tikki Recipe 

      Sabudana is not a grain or cereal, making Sabudana Tikki an ideal fasting ingredient. It is loaded with carbs and little protein and is light on the stomach. Moreover, combining sabudana with peanuts makes it crunchy and delicious. It is an easy tea-time recipe and can be made in several ways. 

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      9. Badam Ka Halwa

      Almonds come under the category of superfoods. They have anti-inflammatory properties and help you eliminate many skin-related diseases. Moreover, during fasting, consumption of badam halwa will keep you full and energised for a more extended period.

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      The Final Say 

      Family and food make the festive season more happening and fun! The fasting during these nine days will detox your body for the upcoming Diwali festival. The above recipes will keep you full for extended periods and energised throughout the day. 
      Therefore, try them and let us know which one turned out to be the best! Happy And Healthy Fasting!

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  • 61 days ago

    Shrikhand can be make with low fat curd.???

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  • 61 days ago

    Thank you so much for navratri special recipes and your priceless efforts.

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  • 61 days ago

    I tried the badam ka Halwa and it turned out to be the best! Thank you for the recipe!

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  • 54 days ago

    Thank you for wonderful recipes

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  • 54 days ago

    Health and delicious 9 days of Navratri. Great work toneop

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  • 54 days ago

    Good recipes

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  • 54 days ago

    What a attractive profile and easy navratri food making receipe i am so happy thank you toneop

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