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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Sama rice kheer
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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.

Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine Indian
Keyword falahari aloo chaat, falahari khana, farali aloo chaat, fasting recipe, navratri fasting recipe, satvik khana, vrat ka khana, vrat ke aloo, vrat wale aloo
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 2 Serving
Author code2cook

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

  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.

    Vrat wale aloo or vrat ke jeera aloo is ready to serve.

  7. 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.

Recipe Notes

  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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