Maha Ashtami kanjak bhog is special in numerous ways. It is that one of the many things every kanya look forward to during Navratri. Bipasha Basu is no different when it comes to relishing these Navratri delights. The actress too had her kanjak moment as she relished a perfect traditional Ashtami bhog that looked truly delicious. The actress shared the picture of her drool-worthy platter on Instagram Stories. What all was there? Halwa, puris, kala channa and aloo ki sabji. In the Stories, she thanked Tanujaa Mehraa for the treat. Take a look:
Did Bipasha Basu’s kanjak bhog platter leave you with hunger panks? Or are you missing the statement bhog served by mummy at home? If yes, then you can cook up some of the items for yourself in the kitchen. You do not have to worry even if you are observing fast. We have a few vrat-friendly recipe ideas to help you out:
1) Singhare Atte ka Halwa
Time to give a twist to your traditional Navratri halwa with Singhare ka atta, also known as water chestnut flour. Cook this up for yourself and your family and treat them to this sweet delicacy. Try it out.
2) Sookhe Kale Channe
Sookhe kale channe reminds us of Navratri and we love to devour this masaledaar recipe. It is cooked with a host of spices and goes best with hot puris and ghee-loaded halwa. You can garnish it with lemon juice as per your taste preferences.
3) Kuttu Ki Puri
Kuttu ka atta, also known as buckwheat flour, is allowed while you are fasting. Kuttu ki puris are crisp, delicious and can be made within a jiffy. This is mostly consumed by people during fasting days and what could be better than the occasion of Navratri.
4) Jeera Aloo
If you are looking for something light, you can try your hands at this one. This recipe will save your time and it tastes simply amazing. In this, potatoes are first boiled and then sauteed golden with a lot of jeera for a delightful taste.
5) Vrat Wali Kheer
This vrat-friendly kheer will make your day. It is loaded with the goodness of fresh milk and sugar.
May you have a delightful Navratri! Happy Navratri 2021!