Fruit chaat (navratri special). Here we provide you an easy to cook Navratri special recipe of fruit chaat which can be eaten during a vrat. Watch the video and follow this step by step. Hi, welcome to my channel Pallavi's Kitchen.
Fasting or Vrat is a common religious ritual followed by Indians during different festivals. During the process of Fasting, you are expected to eat only few set of food items. Get breakfast, lunch, sweets recipes made for vrat or fast. You can cook Fruit chaat (navratri special) using 3 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Fruit chaat (navratri special)
- You need of Apple, orange, pineapple, banana, cucumber.
- You need of Boiled n fried potatoes (optnl).
- It’s of Rock salt, roasted cumin powder, lemon juice.
This is a Delhi style tasty fruit chaat that is spiced, savory, sweet and tangy. Fruit chaat is made of a mix of fresh seasonal fruits and tubers like potatoes and. The mixed fruit chaat is high in its dietary fibre content and is an ideal recipe for kids and aged people. Children will get excited when they hear chaat Fruit chaat is a simple and quick snack to prepare.
Fruit chaat (navratri special) step by step
- Cut ol fresh fruits n fry potatoes.
- Add ol spices n lemon juice… Mix them… Enjoy😊.
So, if you don't want to spend too much time in the kitchen and are looking for an easy healthy recipe. Fruit chaats are big during Navratri, but have you tried the shakarkandi chaat? Yes, the same chatpata chaat you'll find on the streets. Made with boiled and peeled sweet potatoes and topped with lemon, rock salt and chaat masala, shakarkandi chaat is one of the most popular Navratri special. Navratri – a time of celebration for entire nation, considered as one of the biggest festival in India.