Farali Recipes

Farali food is a type of food that can be eaten during certain fasts, Upvas or vrat in hindu religion. Generally, farali recipes or upvas recipes avoid beans, pulses, grains, onion and garlic. Farali food can be consumed when observing Ekadashi upvas. Fresh and dried fruits, milk products, vegetables and nuts are also considered farali. One can also eat Farali food during shravan maas and chaturmas. Enjoy our farali recipes.

Farali Poori Recipe

Farali Poori Recipe

Farali Poori is prepared with a dough of rajgira, singhara flour and salt, rolled in a small circle and deep fried in oil. Poori can ...

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Mango Matho Recipe

Mango Matho Recipe

Mango matho is a very popular Gujarati sweet dish made of yogurt and sugar. Mango pulp is mixed with yogurt and sugar, and mildly flavored ...

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Sabudana Vada Recipe

Sabudana Vada Recipe

A scrumptious snack usually enjoyed during fasts. Sabudana vada is a popular maharashtrian dish. Fried dumplings of sabudana, potatoes, peanuts and green chilies serve with ...

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Cilantro Chutney Recipe

Cilantro Chutney Recipe

Cilantro chutney is very delicious and prepared in moments in a blender. This chutney can be enjoyed with anything you eat during a fast, snack ...

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Farali Khandvi Recipe

Farali Khandvi Recipe

Farali khandvi is a farali version of popular gujarati snack can be enjoy during fast / vrat. It is very simple to prepare, made using ...

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Doodhi Halwa Recipe

Doodhi Halwa Recipe

Doodhi Halwa is scrumptious Indian dessert. Grated bottle gourd simmered with milk, sugar, ghee and cardamom. It can be served as a snack or after ...

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