Khajoor (dates) shake is very delicious and also very nutritious. Khajoor shake is complete blend of vitamins, sugar, proteins, carbohydrates and minerals and is hence named as tonic shake. It is a good shake that can be consumed during navratras.
Try making this shake during summers in cold milk and in warm milk during winters. This shake protects you from common cold and cough.
If you feel like having something light before dinner then you can try Raw Banana Cutlet. According to your wish you can make cutlets only with bananas or potatoes with bananas.
Raw Banana Cutlets can be had on fasts as a fruit diet. If you do not want to eat it as a fruit diet then instead of Sendha salt, plain salt and in place of Singhada or Kattu flour corn starch or gram flour can be used.
On the festive season of lord Krishna’s birthday .i.e. janmashtami, as per the rituals dhaniya panjiri or dhaniya barfi is usually made for the prasad. This barfi is made out of grinned coriander, coconut powder, mawa or rajgiri. Prepare dhaniya barfi for this janmashtam
If you want to eat low fat dish in the breakfast then let's make sago (Sabudana) Upma. You can make different dishes from Sabudana such as its Khichdi or Namkeen. You can eat Sabudana Upma during fast too.
Vegetable, Koftas and Gulaab Lacha are common dishes made with Lauki (Gourd). Today we will try a different recipe from Gourd - Gourd Halwa. Many kids are not much fond of eating Gourd in any form, but i am sure they will love this sweet form of Gourd.
Dhaniya Panjiri Prasad is eaten when one is on fast and is allowed to eat fruits. Normally, Panjiri is made from wheat flour so it is not taken as prasad but Panjiri is the first thing people eat to break fasts.
Dhania Panjiri is specially eaten on Janmashthami to break one's fast. You can make and eat Dhaniya(coriander) Panjiri whenever you feel like, it is very tasty and nutritious.
Makhane Pag is a very popular sweet in Uttar Pradesh. Traditionally it is made in Janmashtami festival. It is even offered to a new born baby's mother, to celebrate the joy in the family. Come today we will make Makhane Pag.