Tuesday, March 31, 2015

healthy food for fasting - Chaitra Navratri

Navratri is over ,I like festivals as they add glitz to our normal monotonous days, we prepare good food ,dress up ,deck up our home and in other words add colours to our black and white life. If you have been following my blog you must be knowing what I prepared for the fasting on first day, for the Ashthami fast didn't feel like cooking the whole meal
For breakfast had fried faux nut and chai /tea

 so instead just had fried potato topped with beaten curd and green tea for dinner .

For Lunch
I had got coconut flavoured yogurt which is readily available in the supermarkets here ,just whisked it with the help of spoon and topped it with dried cranberries and blueberries.

Last post I had written a small poem on Ramnavami Festival
 I know my writing is pretty bad so sharing it again here

You are out of reach
And Transcendence
And during festivals
Its sheer joy for us .
As we get to celebrate
The divinity around us.
So thanks for such
Beautiful days
When we are
Engulfed in
Sweet madness
To fast, feast
And celebrate
As it adds
 new meaning
To a normal day.

Sharing the pic of Sukha Kala Chana ,Poori and Halwa

Linking this post to

#therecipeoftheweek event hosted by A mummy too
The weekly story week 11 hosted by colours d├ęcor.
Recipe of Sukha Kala Chana blogged here
Recipe of Sooji Halwa blogged here
Recipe of phalahar alloo blogged here
That's all friends, take care and happy blogging .



1 comment:

Deepi's World said...

Hi Priyanka...first time commenting here...festival time has magic in them even navratri though it is not such grand affair but who can skip kala chana poori and halwa.I have never tasted coconut yogurt.... sounds delicious.