3 Delicious Vrat Recipes That Are Simpler

3 Delicious Vrat Recipes That Are Simpler To Make Than Sabudana Vada

If you are looking forward to delicious vrat recipes this Navratri, this article is for you. We have compiled a list of delicious recipes that are simpler and easier to make than sabudana vada.

Sabudana is the go-to ingredient for most people regarding fasting food. But there can be some alternatives for that as well.

Millets, chestnuts, and buckwheat flour are some of the best alternatives to sabudana.

Mung bean is rich in nutrients like folate and iron. It can be a good source of protein for vegetarians as well.

Buckwheat is known for its nutritional value as it contains high amounts of protein and fiber. Buckwheat also has a very low glycemic index which makes it great for people with diabetes mellitus type 1 & 2 and other conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease, etc.

You can try these delicious recipes with millets, chestnuts, and buckwheat flour.

Millets are a great alternative to sabudana. You can make millet flour home by soaking and grinding millets like bajra, Kuttu, ragi, and jowar. It is gluten-free and healthy too! You can use it to make rotis, pakoras, and idlis or even a delicious khichdi with vegetables.

Three Delicious Vrat Recipes 

Kuttu Paratha

Kuttu Paratha is a delicious Indian flatbread made with buckwheat flour. It is a great option for those who want to eat healthy and gluten-free. You can also try this recipe with millets, ragi flour, and chestnut flour.

Millet Khichdi

Millet Khichdi is a delicious Indian dish made with millets and vegetables. You can also try this recipe with other flour like buckwheat, cornmeal, or whole wheat flour. It is easy to make and very healthy!

Rajgira Laddu

Rajgira laddu is a delicious sweet made with ragi flour, jaggery, and ghee. It is a healthy snack for kids and adults alike! You can also try this recipe with other flour, like whole wheat flour or buckwheat flour.


I hope you will try these recipes at home and enjoy them as much as I did. You can make all of them with a regular kitchen, so you don’t need any special equipment or skills.

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