Farali paratha and farali poori are very commonly made during navratri fasts. When whole of my family keeps the fast, generally on the 7th day of navratri, I make farali poori either with kutu ka aata or rajgira flour. On the other days of Navratri, when only I keep the fast, I make farali paratha for myself. Generally I make it just with boiled potatoes but today It is Farali Mixed Veg Paratha.
Today is the sixth day of Mega marathon, accordingly it is the turn of letter F. So what could be better than this Farali Mixed Veg Paratha. Here I used two types of flours- buckwheat/ kutu and sama rice flour. To the flours I added vegetables that can be consumed during fasting days i.e. carrots, potato, bottle gourd and coriander leaves. I served this paratha with ghia raita, fried peanuts and fruit salad.
A. Achari Poori
B. Bedmi Poori
D. Dahi Dhapate
If you want some more vrat recipes, here is the list for you to look for
Kuttu atta poori , Kache kele ke kabab, Potato wedges, Sabudana vada, Samvat Pulao, Aloo tamatar ki sabzi, Vrat wali kadhi, Jeera Aloo, Shakarkand ladoo, Kasi halwa, Sweet Potato Pudding/ Shakar kandi kheer, Apple halwa, Sweet Potato & Banana Burfi, Apple Berry Shake, Buckwheat Muffins, Sweet Potato Kulfi