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Shakarkand Ki Chat | Sweet Potato Chat North Indian Street Food | Navratri Meal Plan Day 1

Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. Usually served during winters, seasoned with chat masala, lemon, tamarind chutney. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi). The only difference is, in fasting days we add rock salt, lemon juice, vrat ki chutneys, and cumin seed powder. Shakarkand ki chat is a very delicious and healthy snack during fasting days.Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi).

Sweet potato is a starchy and sweet tasting root vegetable. It is a good source of vitamins, fiber, and minerals. Read more about shakarkand here. Traditionally sweet potato or shakarkand is grilled on charcoal resulting very nice smoky aroma with a sweeter taste. But you can also bake, roast, boil. There are a variety of recipes to make with sweet potato.

You may also like other street food

Urad Dal Poori or Bedmi poori
Bherwa Mirch Pakora
Moong Dal Chat
Chana Dal Vada
Moong Dal Tikki Chole

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To make shakarkand chat, simply boil the sweet potato and mix everything in a mixing bowl. Adjust spice level as per requirement. So let see how to make shakarkand chat ready in few minutes.Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi).

Shakarkand Ki Chat | Fasting Recipe

Ingredient                                                                       2 Serving

2 Medium size shakarkand or sweet potato
2 Tblsp tamarind chutney (vrat ki chutney)
Rock salt as per taste
2 Tblsp green chutney (vrat ki chutney)
1/2 Tsp cumin seed powder
1 Tblsp lemon juice
3 Tblsp Pomegranate seed

Method

  1. First of all, boil shakarkand in a pressure cooker with 1 cup of the water. 2 whistle is enough to cook them. Let the pressure releases on its own.
  2. Let them cool down completely. They are very soft when hot. At room temperature, they will harden and easy to handle.
  3. Peel and chop the boiled shakarkand.
  4. Take a mixing bowl and add chopped boil shakarkand, both chutneys, cumin seed powder, salt as per taste, and lemon juice.
  5. Mix properly and serve immediately. Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is ready to serve on fasting days.

I made this shakarkand ki chat as per my Navratri meal plan. This recipe going to be the part of Navratri recipes collection which you can refer as required. Shakarkand ki chat is served as a snack on Navratri meal plan day 1.

D1 Kuttu Ki TikkiVrat Ki Chutney shikanji vrat ki sabudana khichdi 1 Apple Vrat Ki Chat/Shakarkand ki chat

Note

  1. Adding chutneys is purely choice. You can eliminate as required.
  2. After boiling wait till shakarkand is at room temperature. Otherwise, shakarkand loosen and become soft.
  3. Chutney should be thick. I added everything while shakarkand was hot. That is the reason they look very very soft.

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Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi).
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Shakarkand Ki Chat | Sweet Potato Chat North Indian Street Food | Navratri Meal Plan Day 1

Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi).
Prep Time20 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 2 Serving
Author: Bhawana

Ingredients

  • 2 Medium size shakarkand or sweet potato
  • 2 Tblsp tamarind chutney (vrat ki chutney)
  • Rock salt as per taste
  • 2 Tblsp green chutney (vrat ki chutney)
  • 1/2 Tsp cumin seed powder
  • 1 Tblsp lemon juice
  • 3 Tblsp Pomegranate seed

Instructions

  • First of all, boil shakarkand in a pressure cooker with 1 cup of the water. 2 whistle is enough to cook them. Let the pressure releases on its own.
  • Let them cool down completely. They are very soft when hot. At room temperature, they will harden and easy to handle.
  • Peel and chop the boiled shakarkand.
  • Take a mixing bowl and add chopped boil shakarkand, both chutneys, cumin seed powder, salt as per taste, and lemon juice.
  • Mix properly and serve immediately. Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is ready to serve on fasting days.

Notes

  1. Adding chutneys is purely choice. You can eliminate as required.
  2. After boiling wait till shakarkand is at room temperature. Otherwise, shakarkand loosen and become soft.
  3. Chutney should be thick. I added everything while shakarkand was hot. That is the reason they look very very soft.

Navratri Meal Plan

This year Navratri begins from 10oct,2018 and ends on 18oct,2018. Each day is devoted to different forms of Goddess Durga and consider a different color for each day. Navratri festival is celebrated keeping fast for one day or all nine days. Vrat ka khana or falahari khana is served during fasting.

There is a limitation of food items, only a few grains, flours, vegetables and spices are allowed to eat. Check my previous post “Navratri Fasting Recipe Collection” to know more about what are the foods allowed during fasting days.Navratri festival is celebrated keeping fast for one day or all nine days. Vrat ka khana or falahari khana is served during fasting.

Some people follow a very strict diet in terms of eating only one time. My father followed these very strictly. But if you are working or having kids to take care of, then small meals are great to consume in every 3-4 hours.  I am here with the five-course menu which is very easy to prepare, filling and make you energetic for the whole time.

Please consult with your elders while preparing a meal. I have already mentioned allowed food and some are customized based on family preferences.

Navratri Meal Plan | Vrat Ka Khana

Breakfast Snack Lunch Snack Dinner
D1 Kuttu Ki Tikki

Vrat Ki Chutney

shikanji vrat ki sabudana khichdi 1 Apple Vrat Ki Chat/Shakarkand ki chat
D2 strawberry milkshake tea with vrat ki namkeen farali kothimbir vadi masala chaas kuttu ka cheela
D3 vrat ki chat makhana kheer vrat ka dosa orange farali french fries with vrat ki chutney
D4 samo kheer peanut laddu vrat ki papdi chat cut fruits bowl farali paratha with curd
D5 sabudana vada watermelon juice sama rice paratha

peach chutney

coconut ladoo Kuttu ki poori with vrat wale aloo
D6 sweet lassi date burfi plain rajgira paratha with vrat ki dahi aloo sabji one bowl grapes Kuttu ka dahi vada

Happy Navratri friends. I will be adding more recipes to the list. Also sharing one recipe from the menu every day for 7 days.  Feel free to pick or shuffle as per your convenience. Do check out Navratri recipe collection.

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Navratri Fasting Recipe Collection | Navratri Vrat Ka Khana | Navratri Fasting Procedure And Rules

Navratri or Navarathri is one of the important Hindu Festival. Vrat ka khana or Navratri fasting recipe also goes very well in another fasting like Janmashtami, Shivratri, Ekasdshi.

Goddess Durga is worshipped during this time in her 9 different forms.  Read more about Navratri here. During fasting, we follow some general guidelines. With minor changes, almost similar rules are applicable for other fasting days as well.Navratri or Navarathri is one of the important Hindu Festival.Vrat ka khana or Navratri fasting recipe are allowed in other fasting as well like Janmashtmi, Shivratri, Ekasdshi.

What is the Navratri Festival?

Navratri mean, Nav- nine, ratri- nights. It is a festival of nine days where goddess Durga is worshipped in all her different forms including Lakshmi and Saraswati. The 10th day is Vijayadashmi or Dussehra. This year Navratri begins from 10oct,2018 and ends on 18oct,2018. Each day is devoted to different forms of Goddess Durga and consider a different color for each day.

During this festival, devotees observe fast and worship the goddess. The nine manifested forms of Goddess Durga (Gauri) are Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidhatri. These nine forms of Durga, are worshipped as “Navadurga” in Navratri festival.

How Navratri is celebrated?

Durga Pooja, Ramlila, Garba, and Golu are very famous customs, celebrated in different parts of India during nine days. The traditional method of the celebration includes fasting for a day, or partially for every nine days and worshipping goddess Durga. There are restrictions over food what to eat during Navratri fasting days which I am covering in next heading.

Food allowed in Navratri Fasting | Vrat or upvas Ka Khana

Allowed Flours and Grains

Arrowroot flour(same as Hindi name), sabudana (tapioca pearl), sabudana atta (tapioca flour), kuttu ka atta (buckwheat flour), rajgira atta (amaranth flour), singhade ka atta(chestnut flour), samo rice (barnyard millet), samo rice atta (barnyard millet flour).

Allowed Fruits And Vegetables

All kind of fruits can be consumed. In vegetable lauki (bottle gourd), kaddu (pumpkin), aloo (potato), arbi (colocasia), shakarkand (sweet potato), carrot.

Milk Products And Dry Fruits

Milk, curd, paneer, homemade butter, ghee, condensed milk. All the dry fruits are allowed to eat. Specially lotus seed, almond, cashew, pista, peanut, magaj ke beej (melon seeds), raisins. Lotus seed and peanut are commonly used.

Allowed Spices

Sendha namak (rock salt), sugar, honey, gur (jaggery), cumin seed,  peppercorn

Allowed Garnishing

Green chili, green coriander, ginger, and lemon juice.

Disclaimer

Here I listed recipes which are suitable for fasting or vrat or upwas and can be customized as per each household preference of ingredients. However, I request you to consult with your family just in case if any ingredient should be avoided or included. These are general guidelines documented as per my knowledge and the way my mother did.

Navratri Fasting Recipes | Vrat Ka Khana | Upwas Ka Khana

 

Peach chutney is sweet, slightly hot and savory condiment which goes very well with fritters, sandwiches, Indian flatbread (paratha) and many more. This taste great with the goodness of peach.          Peach Chutney Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.         Sama Rice Paratha Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.

Vrat Ki Aloo Chat/Vrat ke Aloo

Amarnath flour paratha or Rajgira paratha is commonly used during Navratri fasting days in most Indian Kitchen. This is a gluten-free and vegan flatbread. Adding boiled mashed potato while making a dough with the flour, helps to make paratha or flatbread. This is very quick and easiest paratha recipe to make on fasting days or upvas. Such paratha recipe is also known as farali paratha or falahari paratha (phalahari paratha).

Plain Rajgira Paratha

Peanut ladoo is another easy to make and simple ladoo recipe with just two ingredients. It is made with grated jaggery and dry roasted peanut. Oil in the peanut and moisture in the jaggery is good enough to bind these easy peanut ladoo. Being refined sugar-free these peanut ladoo with jaggery are very healthy and nutritious.

Peanut Ladoo

Dulce de leche coconut ladoo are chewy and caramel flavored delicious sweet. This irresistibly tasty ladoo are prepared with just 3 ingredients.Coconut ladoo or nariyal ladoo are often prepared for festive times like Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra, Diwali, and Holi.

Dulce De Leche Coconut Ladoo

Vrat ki chutney or falahari chutney are prepared without using onion and garlic. Today I am sharing three phalahari chutney or satvik chutney recipes with easily available ingredients, named vrat ki hari chutney, vrat ki peanut chutney and vrat ki coconut chutney which are served during fasting days or upvaas.

Vrat Ki Chutney

Farali paratha or kuttu ka paratha is a traditional Indian flatbread eaten during Navratri fasting days. Kuttu, also known as buckwheat flour, is commonly used by the majority of people in India during fasting days, especially in Navratri. Bherwa kuttu ka paratha is prepared with spicy potato carrot filling in kuttu flour.

Kuttu Ka Paratha

Samak rice dosa or farali dosa is an easy and low calories food during fasting. Barnyard millet or Samak rice is allowed to consume during Navratri fasting days. Samak rice dosa is made with Samak rice and sabudana also known as vrat ka dosa. This a gluten-free, crispy, thin and healthy dosa which requires no fermentation.

Vrat Ka Dosa

Kuttu ka cheela is a traditional Indian fasting recipe which is not only quick and easy to make but also a vegan and gluten-free cheela recipe. Kuttu, also known as buckwheat flour, is commonly used by the majority of people in India during fasting days, especially in Navratri.

Kuttu Ka Cheela

Makhana kheer is rich, creamy and delicious. Makhana is also known as lotus seed, dry roast them and boil in milk till you get desired consistency is all you need to make this kheer.

Makhana Kheer

Khajur burfi or dates rolls are filled with dry fruits which are soft in texture and chewy in nature.Dates n nuts rolls can be made for any festive occasions like Diwali Holi Eid or any time during the year

Khajur Burfi/Dates Roll

Coconut laddu is the easiest laddu recipe with just 2 ingredients. Dry coconut powder or desiccated coconut with condensed milk is just enough to make these laddus. For flavor add cardamom powder and for nutty texture add desired dry fruits.

Coconut Ladoo

Kuttu ki Tikki or buckwheat cutlet is a healthy, easy to cook and filling cutlet recipe. It is gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. These cutlets are nutritious, filling and makes a great snack choice for all even on no-fasting days.

Kuttu Ki Tikki/Cutlet

Sabudana khichdi is the most favorite and popular recipe for any fasting days. But this is a staple dish to make especially in Navratri fasting. This khichdi is vegan and gluten-free Indian snack. Sabudana khichdi is also is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast item.

Vrat Ki Sabudana Khichdi

Phool makhana is a very healthy snack, it is roasted in ghee with salt.It is consumed as a healthy snack but mostly eaten during fasting days especially in Navratri.

Phoolmakhana Numkeen

Carrot raita or gajar ka raita is prepared by mixing grated carrot in curd with some spices. It is great to have with stuff parathas instead of simple curd.

Gajar ka Raita

Gajar ka halwa or carrot halwa is a very famous dessert in North India during the winter season also known as Gajrela in some parts of north India. Cooking grated carrot, milk, and sugar on medium heat, a bit of cardamom powder and chopped dry fruits make this halwa so delicious and lip-smacking dessert.

Gajar Halwa

Lauki ka halwa is an Indian sweet made during festivals and in the winter season.Preparation of lauki ka halwa is similar to gajar ka halwa. Grated bottle gourd in milk, flavored with cardamom and a handful of dry fruits makes it rich and a filling dish in Navratri fasting time.

Lauki Ka Halwa

Rajgira paratha is prepared during Navratri fasting days. It is one of the common ingredient used during vrat or fasting days. Rajgira is also known as Amarnath flour.

Rajgira Paratha

This strawberry milkshake is a very quick and easy recipe for making a milkshake without using sugar. Just by blending milk, strawberry and maple syrup, you get a creamy smooth and healthy milkshake in no time.

Strawberry Milkshake

Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.

Vrat Ka Sabudana Vada

Shikanji or Shikanjvi is a traditional summer drink in India. It is also knowns as nimbupani with just basic ingredients like lemon, sugar, and black salt. This elevates energy level on hot days.

Shikanji/Nimbu Paani

Sama rice kheer is usually prepared during fasting days, especially in Navratri. Mixing milk, sama rice, and sugar, cooked on medium heat and flavored with either cardamom or saffron, this sama rice kheer is tasty and very healthy.

Sama Rice Kheer

Lassi is a very popular curd based traditional Indian summer drink especially from Punjab. Blending together curd, sugar, saffron or cardamom and garnish with some dry fruits, serve this chilled drink with few ice cubes. Lassi is very refreshing drink and served after the meal.

Sweet Lassi

Watermelon juice is very simple and quick to prepare at home. Blending fresh watermelon, adding a bit of black salt and roasted cumin powder and your refreshing summer cooler watermelon juice is ready to beat the heat.

Watermelon Juice

Masala chaas or buttermilk is an Indian summer drink prepared with curd, water, few spices, and herbs. This does not only help in digestion but also keeps you hydrated and cool in summer. Masala chaas or buttermilk is considered to be a great summer cooler.

Masala Chaas

Lauki Ka Raita

Apple Raita

Aloo Raita

Shakarkand ki chat or sweet potato chat is a popular North Indian street food which is tangy and spicy at the same time. This is also a common ingredient to consume during fasting days (Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi).

Shakarkand ki chat

Farali kothimbir vadi is a crispy steamed snack made with green coriander and amaranth flour. It is a famous Gujarati snack which steamed and then fried.

Farali Kothimbir Vadi

Farali french fries or vrat ke french fries are crunchy, crispy, and deep fried snack to make on fasting days. Perfect to have with tea and kids after school snack as well.

Farali Frech Fries

Vrat ki papdi chat is a crunchy and deep fried snack which is eaten during fasting or vrat. This is a vegan and gluten-free snack too.Vrat ki papdi chat is a tangy, savory snack with tamarind chutney, green chutney, and curd.

Vrat Ki Papdi Chat

Kuttu Papdi Chat

Kuttu ki poori or buckwheat puri is a staple food during fasting like Navratri, Ekadashi. Crispy and flavorful kuttu pooris are commonly made in vrat or upwas in North India. Kuttu ki poori is great with vrat vale aloo sabji or any vrat ki sabji or just with simple curd.

Kuttu Ki Poori &

Vrat Ke Aloo Ki Sabji

Kuttu ka dahi Bhalla or vrat ka dahi vada made with buckwheat flour and then combined with beaten curd/yogurt, vrat ki chutney, cumin seed powder, and green coriander.

Vrat Ka Dahi Bhalla or

Vrat Ke Dahi Vada

Note

Avoid turmeric powder, replace plain salt with sendha namak or rock salt and anything that’s you don’t use during fasting in recipes. Use the guidelines as mentioned above.

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Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha | Barnyard Millet Flatbread | Gluten-Free

Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Biologically known as Echinochloa colona, sama rice is also known with different names in different places, in Gujarati, it is called Samo or Moriyo, in Marathi, it is called Bhagar or varicha tandul, in Hindi, it is called as Mordhan or sawa ka chawal or Samay ke chawal or Samak, samo, swang ke chawal. It keeps you full during fasting days and gives you energy.

 You may also like More Navratri Fasting Recipes

Rajgira paratha
Sama Rice Dosa(farali dosa)
Kuttu Ka Bherwa Paratha
Kuttu Ka Cheela(farali cheela)
Lauki Ka Halva
Kuttu ki Tikki(farali cutlet)
Sabudana Vrat Ki Khichdi
Rajgira Paratha(falahari paratha)
Sama rice kheer

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Sama rice paratha can be prepared with storebought sama rice flour or you can make it at home. Just grind it till fine powder.  Sieve it to remove grainy particles or simply use it. Add boiled potato, grated carrot, green coriander, salt, and cumin seed powder. Knead and roll vrat ka paratha. So let see how to make this gluten-free vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha

Ingredient                                                                8 Paratha

1 Cup sama rice flour
1 Medium size carrot grated
2 Medium size boiled potato
Handful green coriander chopped finely
1 Tsp cumin seed powder
1 Green chili chopped finely
1/2 Tsp red chili powder
Sendha Namak or rock salt as per taste

Method

  1. First of all boil potatoes and mashed properly. There should not be any lump in mashed potato.
  2. In a mixing bowl gather all the ingredients and combine them together. Do not add water.
  3. Mashed potato is enough to bind everything and make a dough.
  4. Now divide the dough into equal parts and start rolling them gently. Since it is gluten-free it is very difficult to roll, I used parchment paper and patted with hands.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
  5. Dust with dry flour time to time. Do not worry if paratha breaks from sides. Seal it and pat again with the help of dry flour.
  6. Heat a tava or skillet and place the paratha on it. Cook in medium heat. Keep flipping till it gets brown color in both sides. Apply little oil on both sides and cook.
  7. Once both sides cooked properly take it on the paper towel. Repeat the same process with the rest of the dough ball.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
  8. Serve this vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha hot with curd or falahari sabji.

Note

  1. Make paratha as soon as possible. Keeping it for longer makes this dough watery.
  2. It breaks a lot but just seals it and keep patting.

Vrat Ka Paratha or Sama Rice Paratha is my entry for the letter V in A to Z Indian flatbreads

A- Ajwain Paratha
B- Besan Paratha
C- Cheela (Kuttu Ka Cheela)
D- Dosa (Vrat Ka Dosa)
E- Elaichi Roti (cheeni roti)
F- Farali Paratha Kuttu Ka Bherwa Paratha
G- Gajar Ka Paratha (carrot paratha)
H- Hara Pyaz Ka Paratha (spring onion paratha)
I- Indori Sev Paratha(Bhujiya Paratha)
J- Jain Khakhra
K- Kerala Parotta or Malabar Parotta
L- Lifafa Paratha(palak paneer lifafa paratha)
M- Multigrain Paratha
N- Nachini Pizza Paratha
O- Onion Capsicum Paratha
P- Paneer Paratha
Q- Quinoa Roti or Quinoa Flatbread
R- Rajgira Paratha
S- Soya Kheema Paratha
T- Tofu Paratha
U- Urad Dal Poori or Bedmi Poori

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Pin for laterVrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
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Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha | Barnyard Millet Flatbread | Gluten-Free

Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 8 Paratha
Author: Bhawana

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup sama rice flour
  • 1 Medium size carrot grated
  • 2 Medium size boiled potato
  • Handful green coriander chopped finely
  • 1 Tsp cumin seed powder
  • 1 Green chili chopped finely
  • 1/2 Tsp red chili powder
  • Sendha Namak or rock salt as per taste

Instructions

  • First of all boil potatoes and mashed properly. There should not be any lump in mashed potato.
  • In a mixing bowl gather all the ingredients and combine them together. Do not add water.
  • Mashed potato is enough to bind everything and make a dough.
  • Now divide the dough into equal parts and start rolling them gently. Since it is gluten-free it is very difficult to roll, I used parchment paper and patted with hands.
  • Dust with dry flour time to time. Do not worry if paratha breaks from sides. Seal it and pat again with the help of dry flour.
  • Heat a tava or skillet and place the paratha on it. Cook in medium heat. Keep flipping till it gets brown color in both sides. Apply little oil on both sides and cook.
  • Once both sides cooked properly take it on the paper towel. Repeat the same process with the rest of the dough ball.
  • Serve this vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha hot with curd or falahari sabji.

Notes

  1. Make paratha as soon as possible. Keeping it for longer makes this dough watery.
  2. It breaks a lot but just seals it and keep patting.

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Vrat Ke Aloo | Vrat Wale Aloo | How To Make Vrat Ke Jeera Aloo

Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.

Vrat ke aloo is very easy to make, boiled potatoes pan fried with cumin seeds, green coriander, and green chilies, an addition of roasted peanut gives an extra flavor to this simple recipe. During fasting (vrat or upvas) when you do not have much energy to make, this vrat ke aloo comes handy.

This vrat wale aloo ki sabji can also be used to make vrat ki chaat or farali chaat. Just add simple curd and vrat ki chutney. Season with sendha namak (rock salt) and cumin seed powder. It is not only tasty to your taste buds but also so flavorful.

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Serve this simple vrat wale aloo ki sabzi with rajgira paratha or stuff in Sama Rice Dosa(farali dosa) you can even make farali chaat with the same vrat ke aloo. So let see how to make this vrat ke aloo or vrat wale jeera aloo.Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.

Vrat Ke Aloo | Vrat Ki Aloo Chaat | Vrat Ka Khana

Ingredient                                                          2 Serving

4 Medium size boiled potato
1 Cumin seed
1 Green chili chopped
A handful green coriander finely chopped
Sendha namak or rock salt as per taste
1/4 Cup roasted peanut (crushed)
2 Tblsp ghee or clarified butter

For Farali chat
1 Cup curd
Vrat ki Chutney
1 Tsp cumin seed powder
1/2 Tsp red chili powder

Method

  1. First of all, pressure cook the potato for 3-4 whistle based on potato quality. Peel them and crush them roughly.
  2. Heat ghee in a kadhai on medium flame. Once it is hot add cumin seed. Let them crackle.
  3. To this add chopped green chilies and stir for 20-30 seconds.
  4. Now add roughly crushed boiled potatoes, mix nicely.
  5. Finally, add crushed peanut and green coriander. Adjust salt as per taste.
  6. Mix nicely and cook for 3-4 minutes.
  7. Vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo is ready to serve.
  8. If you want to make farali chaat with this vrat ke aloo then add curd, cumin seed powder, red chili powder, and vrat ki chutney, falahari chaat will be ready.

Note

  1. Vrat ke aloo is very simple and easy recipe nothing fancy.
  2. Make farali chaat with these and enjoy your fasting break.

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Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.
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Vrat Ke Aloo | Vrat Wale Aloo | How To Make Vrat Ke Jeera Aloo

Vrat ke aloo or vrat wale aloo are prepared very often during fasting/vrat, especially in Navratri fasting days. This is a no onion no garlic recipe yet lip-smacking food. This vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo can be served on other fasts as well like Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Janmashtami.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 2 Serving
Author: Bhawana

Ingredients

  • 4 Medium size boiled potato
  • 1 Cumin seed
  • 1 Green chili chopped
  • A handful green coriander finely chopped
  • Sendha namak or rock salt as per taste
  • 1/4 Cup roasted peanut (crushed)
  • 2 Tblsp ghee or clarified butter

For Farali chat

  • 1 Cup curd
  • Vrat ki Chutney
  • 1 Tsp cumin seed powder
  • 1/2 Tsp red chili powder

Instructions

  • First of all, pressure cook the potato for 3-4 whistle based on potato quality. Peel them and crush them roughly.
  • Heat ghee in a kadhai on medium flame. Once it is hot add cumin seed. Let them crackle.
  • To this add chopped green chilies and stir for 20-30 seconds.
  • Now add roughly crushed boiled potatoes, mix nicely.
  • Finally, add crushed peanut and green coriander. Adjust salt as per taste.
  • Mix nicely and cook for 3-4 minutes.
    Vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo is ready to serve.
  • If you want to make farali chaat with this vrat ke aloo then add curd, cumin seed powder, red chili powder, and vrat ki chutney, falahari chaat will be ready.

Notes

  1. Vrat ke aloo is very simple and easy recipe nothing fancy.
  2. Make farali chaat with these and enjoy your fasting break.