Easy and delicious vrat ki recipes or fasting recipes which you can easily prepare on your fasting days like Chaturthi, Ekadashi, Navaratri, Shravan somvar, etc.
Makhane ki kheer is a delicious Indian dessert made with makhana/fox nuts, milk, sugar, dry fruits and flavored with cardamom powder and saffron.
Warps and rolls is one of the most popular street food in India. For these egg rolls, a whole wheat flatbread is covered with egg and filled with an interesting vegetable salad.
Dal makhani is one of the most popular dal/lentil recipe from Punjabi cuisine. Urad dal and rajma are cooked with generous amount of butter and cream and simmered on low flame for the unique flavor.
Piyush is a very popular beverage in the Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. This smooth and creamy drink is made mainly from shrikhand. Shrikhand (a thick yogurt based dessert) is mixed with curd/buttermilk and flavored with cardamom and nutmeg powder.
Paneer makhani is a slightly sweet creamy dish of paneer in which the gravy is prepared usually with butter, tomatoes, onions, cashews and cream.
Rajgira sheera is also known as Rajgira halwa is an Indian gluten-free dessert made using rajgira or amaranth flour. Rajgira halwa is a very popular sweet usually made during Navratri festival or any other fasting days.
Rose lassi is a refreshing drink made with rose flavored syrup. A twist to our traditional yogurt lassi gives it a nice pink color and delicious taste. Ideally, it can be served as a summer drink but can also be enjoyed in any weather.
Basundi is basically sweetened milk made by boiling milk on low flame till it is reduced to desired consistency and flavored with cardamom and nutmeg along with some chopped dry fruits.
Methi leaves koshimbir typically called methi cha gholana is prepared using fresh tender methi leaves, can be served with your meals.