7 easy-to-cook items for fasting and feasting

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1. Sabudana Khichdi:

A popular Navratri favorite, Sabudana Khichdi is made from sago pearls, potatoes, peanuts, and flavored with cumin and green chilies. It's a delightful and filling dish.

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2. Singhare Atta Poori:

Singhare atta (water chestnut flour) pooris are a delicious and hearty choice for breakfast or as a snack. Pair them with potato curry for a satisfying meal.

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3. Aloo Jeera:

Boiled and spiced potatoes, known as Aloo Jeera, are a versatile fasting food. They can be enjoyed as a side dish, or you can stuff them in your favorite fasting bread.

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4. Kuttu Ka Dosa:

Kuttu (buckwheat) dosa is a crisp and savory pancake made from buckwheat flour, which is perfect for breakfast or a light meal.

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5. Makhana (Fox Nut) Snack:

Roasted makhana or fox nuts make for a crunchy, healthy snack during Navratri. Season them with rock salt and spices for added flavor.

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6. Sweet Potato Chaat:

Sweet potatoes, roasted and seasoned with tangy spices, are a delightful snack or side dish. Drizzle honey for an extra touch of sweetness.

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7. Fruit Salad:

A refreshing and nutritious fruit salad is an ideal dessert or snack option during Navratri. Drizzle it with honey for added sweetness.

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