Chaitra Navratri 2023: Try 5 best tasty vrat-special recipes made from samak rice

Chaitra Navratri 2023: Navratri is a nine-day festival celebrated with great enthusiasm in India, during which people worship the nine incarnations of Goddess Durga. This year’s Chaitra Navratri will begin on 22nd March 2023 and end on 30th March. 

Devi Durga devotees fast during this period and avoid eating meat, fish, eggs, legumes, grains, legumes and even table salt during the fasting period. Many people fast for 9 days and eat sattvic food. If you’re looking for delicious fasting recipes, here are 5 samak rice dishes to enjoy in Navratri. 

List of 5 best tasty vrat-special recipes made from samak rice:

1. Samak Rice Kheer

A quick and easy dessert to enjoy after a salty or spicy meal. Boil the rice well with milk and add almonds and sugar to enhance the taste. 

2. Samak Rice Chilla

This a simple and easy recipe using Samak rice flour, sago powder, black pepper powder, rock salt, green chilli pepper, coriander leaves, and water. Heat a frying pan, spread the ghee, pour the batter into it, and grill the peppers on both sides. Combine with Dahi or Aloo Rasedaar. 

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3. Samak Rice Paratha

A delicious paratha recipe with samak rice flour, sinhale ka ata, boiled mashed potatoes and spices. Make parathas from the dough and bake. 

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4. Samak Rice Pakoda

Cooked samak rice is used instead of buckwheat flour or water chestnut flour to make pakora. Mix freshly cooked rice, boiled potatoes, rock salt and spices to combine. Make pakodas from the mixture and pair them with hot tea. 

5. Samak Rice Vada

Another special vrat recipe is made with samak rice flour or rice, boiled potatoes and sago flour. Mix spices, cumin, green chillies, coriander and rock salt to form a firm dough. Form the mixture into round badas and fry in oil.

Try these delicious vrat special recipes at home in Navratri and let us know how they turned out in the comments! 

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