Maha Shivratri, celebrated across India to honor Lord Shiva, is a pious occasion spent with fasting and prayers. Most of India observes the Shivratri fast by avoiding grains, which leads us to look for alternative meal options. Onmanorama provides you five easy ‘vrat’ recipes to try this Shivratri.
Sabudana or sago or tapioca pearls are the true element par excellence. It’s super easy to do. It fills you up easily. Sabudana khichdi is a classic vrat recipe that cannot be customary.
Dried fruit ladoo
Ladoo is the classic dessert/snack that can bring out the festival spirit on any Indian platter. A dried fruit ladoo is the perfect snack to fill your sugar cravings during vrat.
Thalipeth of Sabudana
A sago potato pancake, sabudana thalipeeth is a Maharashtrian dish prepared for the vrat. This crispy crepe is easy to make. It can be served hot with plain or sweet curd.
Here is a simple recipe for refreshing raita that can stimulate the digestive process.
Almonds and makhana kheer
Roasted makhana (fox seeds) adds an earthy flavor to this rich almond kheer.