Navratri is a 9-day festival celebrated in India with full enthusiasm. During this festival, people are very keen to take part in activities like fasting, dancing, setting up pandals, etc. The day after the last day comes a huge Hindu festival, that is, Dussehra. Dussehra has its own different and big story behind it. Fasting during these 9 days is a very crucial part of the festival. It is not at all compulsory and many people prefer to do it for their own. Many people believe that fasting is a good way to detoxify your body.
Make sure to be thorough with the rules and regulations of the fasting during Navratri. Fasting foods have very limited options. Eating and cooking the same food for 9 long days are quite boring. It is important to have variations in fasting food. Fasting foods are usually easy to make and do not take up a lot of time. But, be mindful of not using onion and garlic in your food.
Here is a quick fruity jhalsa that you can make. You can make fruity jhalsa by just using the ingredients easily available at home. This fruity falooda is full of fruits which are a fantastic source of energy for the body while you are fasting.
Follow These Simple Steps To Make Some Amazing Fruity Jhalsa:
- Sabudana – 2 tbsp
- Sugar- 1tbsp
- Apple(chopped)-1 tsp
- kiwi (chopped)– 1tsp
- Pomegranate (chopped)- -1 tsp
- Roohafza- 2tbsp of roohafza
- Soak Sabudana overnight. Then boil it with 5tbsp water and add sugar in it. Drain excess water.
- Pour mix fruit in a glass then add sabudana.
- Then add Roohafza over the top of fruits and sabudana.
Ready to serve…..
Try this fun and fruity recipe at home during fast. You can serve fruity jhalsa as it is or chilled by keeping it in the refrigerator for 15-20 mins. You can definitely modify one or two things in the recipe according to your need or taste.
It is really important to eat healthy and nutritious food during fasting. Fruity jhalsa is the best food to have during that time because it gives the right amount of nutrients and vitamins that other foods cannot provide.