Arbi cutlet to Banana chocolate cake: Celebrate Karva Chauth with lip-smacking dishes

First Published 3, Nov 2020, 7:52 PM

Are you panicking this Karva Chauth about what to make for your beloved husband? Here's your solution, read on.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Karva Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women for their husband's well being. Karva Chauth is marked by puja and fasting, which gets broken by seeing the moon when it shines for the first time in the evening, followed by their husband's face. After the fast is broken, women eat something. But the question is what to prepare? Here are three famous chefs who shared their extravagant recipes for you.<br />
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Karva Chauth is a Hindu festival celebrated by married women for their husband's well being. Karva Chauth is marked by puja and fasting, which gets broken by seeing the moon when it shines for the first time in the evening, followed by their husband's face. After the fast is broken, women eat something. But the question is what to prepare? Here are three famous chefs who shared their extravagant recipes for you.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Arbi cutlet by Chef Jashan Arora</strong><br />
<strong>Ingredients:</strong> You will need cola cassia (Arbi), 1 teaspoon (red chili powder, jeera powder, mango powder, chaat masala, lemon juice) respectively, rock salt as per taste, fresh coriander for garnishing.</p>

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Method:</strong><br />
Wash and rinse your Arbi first. Then give it a boil in your pressure cooker. Once released the pressure, peel off your Arbi and smash it with your palm. Heat your tawa and drizzle some oil in it. Now fry your Arbi till it's golden brown crisp on each side. Mix your spices in a bowl. Now, toss your cutlets in the seasoning and squeeze the lemon juice in it. Garnish it with coriander and serve it hot with any spicy or sweet chutney.<br />
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Arbi cutlet by Chef Jashan Arora
Ingredients: You will need cola cassia (Arbi), 1 teaspoon (red chili powder, jeera powder, mango powder, chaat masala, lemon juice) respectively, rock salt as per taste, fresh coriander for garnishing.

Method:
Wash and rinse your Arbi first. Then give it a boil in your pressure cooker. Once released the pressure, peel off your Arbi and smash it with your palm. Heat your tawa and drizzle some oil in it. Now fry your Arbi till it's golden brown crisp on each side. Mix your spices in a bowl. Now, toss your cutlets in the seasoning and squeeze the lemon juice in it. Garnish it with coriander and serve it hot with any spicy or sweet chutney.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Jaipuri Pheni Kheer by Chef Mohit Tak</strong><br />
<strong>Ingredients:</strong> 100 gms of Pheni Roll, Full Cream Milk 1 ltr, Jaggery 50 gms, Nuts 50gms each (cashew, almonds, dates, pistachios), saffron a pinch, Cardamom 4-5 pieces, Desi Ghee 100ml</p>

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Method:&nbsp;</strong><br />
Boil your milk for 5 mins in a heavy pan. Saute the nuts until they are crisp. Chop the dates and add it to your milk. Now, add the saffron and let it cool down. Now add the phenis and nuts in the saffron milk and cook it for 5 mins. On the other side, melt your jaggery and then add it to your milk. Serve warm after garnishing with some chopped dates, sauteed nuts, and few strands of saffron.&nbsp;<br />
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Jaipuri Pheni Kheer by Chef Mohit Tak
Ingredients: 100 gms of Pheni Roll, Full Cream Milk 1 ltr, Jaggery 50 gms, Nuts 50gms each (cashew, almonds, dates, pistachios), saffron a pinch, Cardamom 4-5 pieces, Desi Ghee 100ml

Method: 
Boil your milk for 5 mins in a heavy pan. Saute the nuts until they are crisp. Chop the dates and add it to your milk. Now, add the saffron and let it cool down. Now add the phenis and nuts in the saffron milk and cook it for 5 mins. On the other side, melt your jaggery and then add it to your milk. Serve warm after garnishing with some chopped dates, sauteed nuts, and few strands of saffron. 
 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Banana Chocolate cake by Pastry Chef Rahul Chahar</strong><br />
<strong>Ingredients:</strong> Ripe Banana 250 gms, Brown Sugar 250 gms, Egg, Refined Oil 250 ml, Corn Flour 40 gms, Flour 175 gms, Baking Soda 1 teaspoon, Cocoa Powder 2 tablespoon, Chocochip as per your liking, Cream Cheese for frosting</p>

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Method:</strong><br />
Before starting:<br />
Preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Grease your cake mould with little oil or butter. Mash your ripe bananas and mix it with brown sugar in a mixing bowl. Now, add eggs to the mixture. Now, add flour, baking soda, cocoa powder, choco chips, and fold in together. Now shift the mix in your baking mould and garnish it with chopped walnuts. Bake it for 30 minutes. Now, demould your cake and decorate it with cream cheese frosting (optional).</p>

Banana Chocolate cake by Pastry Chef Rahul Chahar
Ingredients: Ripe Banana 250 gms, Brown Sugar 250 gms, Egg, Refined Oil 250 ml, Corn Flour 40 gms, Flour 175 gms, Baking Soda 1 teaspoon, Cocoa Powder 2 tablespoon, Chocochip as per your liking, Cream Cheese for frosting

Method:
Before starting:
Preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Grease your cake mould with little oil or butter. Mash your ripe bananas and mix it with brown sugar in a mixing bowl. Now, add eggs to the mixture. Now, add flour, baking soda, cocoa powder, choco chips, and fold in together. Now shift the mix in your baking mould and garnish it with chopped walnuts. Bake it for 30 minutes. Now, demould your cake and decorate it with cream cheese frosting (optional).