The festival of Chaitra Navratri is just around the corner! This year, the festival will begin on 2nd April 2022 and will end on 11th April 2022. This festival is dedicated to worshipping nine incarnations of Goddess Durga and is celebrated over a period of nine days. Each day is devoted to a different form of Durga. During this time, many people keep fasts and are allowed to have only specific kinds of ingredients and foods. These fasts, at times, can also take a toll on one’s health as one might have to stay hungry for a long period of time. So, this year, we bring you some Navratri-special recipes to make sure that you are loaded with energy. Check out the recipes below:
Here Are 5 Navratri-Special Recipes To Load You With Energy
Sweet potatoes are high in nutrients, including minerals, vitamins, and fibre, which help us maintain our energy levels during the fasting period. You can quickly make this recipe and devour it any time you want to.
Sabudana khichdi is one popular recipe that everyone eats during Navratri days. This vrat-friendly khichdi makes use of many various ingredients that make it healthful. Plus, sabudana is loaded with carbohydrates that fulfil your hunger.
This simple dosa dish with a stuffing of potatoes and spices is a nourishing, and tasty vrat-friendly dinner made using a blend of samak ke chawal and singhare ka aata. Try it out today!
It’s summertime, and what could be better than having some lassi? But to give it a healthy twist, add some bananas to it this time! All you need to do is blend some crushed bananas with your regular lassi and have it chilled. A delicious, nutritious glass will be ready in no time.
5. Paneer Bhurji
Paneer is again one such ingredient that is high in proteins. With this no-onion, no-garlic dish, you can give your favourite ordinary paneer bhurji a Navratri twist! All you have to do is swap out the salt for rock salt, and you’ve got yourself a delicious meal to enjoy. Pair it with kuttu puris!
This year, try out these recipes and let us know which one you enjoyed the most.
Happy Navratri 2022!