With usual farali ingredients such as sabudana, moriya, and rajigra make delicious farali dishes like dosa, dahiwada, frankie, papadi chat etc.
India is religious country where people do fasting to show their respect and honor towards God, during the festival time. It is people’s devotion and way to express their joy in religious way. While fasting, you are allowed to eat some of the food items like dishes made up with water chestnut flour, rajigra flour, sabudana, potatoes, etc. With limitation that you have to use for making any dish, you feel bored due to limited dishes that you can eat while fasting. If you do not like to eat your usual fast food items and want to try different farali recipes that satisfy your taste buds with easy continuing of fast, then we are sharing here some of the delicious farali dishes to make your fast more tasty!
(1) Farali Frankie:
For rotis: 1 cup water chestnut flour (shinghada flour), 1 cup rajigra flour, Salt to taste – sindhav, 1 tea spoon oil
For petty: 3 boiled potatoes, 1/2 cup fresh crumbled paneer, 1 table spoon finely chopped green chillies, 1/4 tea spoon crushed ginger, Salt, 1 table spoon coriander leaves, 1 tea spoon red chilli powder, Juice of 1 lemon, 1 table spoon sugar, 1 table spoon roasted sesame seeds, Ara-root or Paniphal flour, 1 table spoon chaat masala, Butter, Oil for frying. Read the rest of this entry »