Vrat ke aloo or Falahari aloo is one of the most popular navratri recipes. This aloo recipe is a easy and delicious way to enjoy Navratri Fast and it is a perfect side dish with Kuttu ki puri and can be also called as best Vrat ka Khana Recipe.
These Vrat ke aloo make a delicious side dish with kuttu puri, cheela, paratha and you can literally cook this under 10 minutes if you have some boiled potatoes in store. Absolutely light on tummy, this vrat ke aloo cooked in desi ghee taste ultimate with a generous addition of ginger, green chilly, cumin seeds and make a great tea time snack as well. Who says ‘Vrat Ka Khana’ is boring?…..you must try this recipe and we are sure that you would change your opinion.
Falahari food or vrat ka khana differs from family to family as every household follows a unique custom. Some consume only root vegetables and dairy products, whereas few avoid ‘Tangy’ or ‘Robust’ foods like lime juice and ginger. But, whatever the culture you follow, one thing is common that ‘Potato’ is the most sought after vegetable by everyone and hence ‘Sookhe Aloo’ has to be there in any festive menu. However, in this vrat ke sookhe aloo recipe we have used lime juice, ginger and other condiments as well. But in case, if any of these aren’t consumed in your family on Navratri-Shivratri-Janmashtami or any other ‘Vrat’ menu, then simply skip it keeping the remaining recipe as it is.