Navratri

Navratri is a dancing festival, which is celebrated for 9 days, as name suggests “nav” means nine, and “ratri” means night. People do pooja and fasting (vrat) apart from “garba dance” in this auspicious festival. By following our recipe collection of satvik food (navaratri special recipes), you can make various types of delicious food for prasadam and vrat for nine days.

Shrikhand
Shrikhand is a healthy Indian sweet made from strained curd (greek yogurt). Low fat, rich and…
Channa Sundal
Channa Sundal, a healthy, low fat and low oil South Indian style protein rich snack, is…
Coconut Burfi (Nariyal Barfi)
Out of all the traditional Indian sweets, coconut burfi is the one easy to make at…
Sabudana Kheer
It is probably the most common type of sweet and delicious food served on fasting days.…
Basundi
Cardamom flavored and dry fruit laced basundi is a treat to taste buds at anytime. It…
Paruppu Payasam
It is a one of many varieties of payasams in south India, especially popular in Kerala…
Kaddu Ki Kheer
Make a delicious and healthy Indian sweet in minutes with kaddu (white pumpkin). This easy kaddu…
Gajar Halwa (Carrot Halwa)
Gajar Halwa (Carrot Halwa), an epitome of finest Indian sweets, is a delicious dessert prepared from…
Dudhi Halwa (Lauki Ka Halwa)
You don’t need to wait for an occasion to savor the sweet and creamy dudhi halwa…
Apple Raita
Apple Raita is yummy and creamy dish prepared by mixing apple pieces with yogurt (curd) and…