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Last Updated Wednesday December 07 2016 02:06 PM IST

Nine scrumptious fasting snacks for this Navaratri

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They say the best ingredient to make food tasty is hunger. The first bite you grab after a day-long fasting would taste the best for sure. In this season, it is the snacks in between the fasting that take the place. Make all your Navaratri special munchings tastier than ever with these lip-smacking traditional pooja recipes. Let fasting go fun.

Aaama vada

Aama Vada

Aama vada is a variant of parippu vada, in which lentils and leaves replace the onions. Make some extra, they will work best as your evening snack with tea.

Milk kheer

Milk Kheer

There is no festival without kheer or payasam. Go for this easy milk kheer recipe that takes only five ingredients to make!

Kadala sundal

Kadala sundal

Worried about your diet this festival season? Go for this protein rich legume snack that is low on oil.

Groundnut sundal

Groundnut sundal

Sundals are always the healthy ones among pooja treats. This one variety is crunchy too. What more do you need?

Kadali parippu sundal

Kadalai parippu sundal

Add some hue to the pooja servings with this mixed sundal recipe. This yummy snack is easy to make and an all-time favorite!

Maladu

Maladu

Uh-oh...ran out of laddus? Don't worry, make these easy sweet white balls that melts in your mouth and your heart.

Vanpayar sundal

Vanpayar Sundal

For all the sweet-tooths out their, here is your easy cowpea sundal made using melted jaggery and coconut.

Sakkarai Puttu

Sakkarai puttu

This has been a nutty favorite of all generations. Who needs halwa when you have sakkarai puttu!

Mixed fruit sundal

Mixed fruit sundal

Relatively new member in the sundal family, this novel dish has become a favorite dessert for all seasons. We must say, the most beautiful dish too. 

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