India is the homeland of several religions, where all the people, irrespective of their religion or caste, celebrate all the festivals with equal joy and devotion. Mahashivratri is one such festival where the people (mostly Hindu women) fast the whole day and pour water on the deity’s statue (also known as the Shivling) to appease the God of Destruction, Shiva. At the end of the festival, people break their fast by eating the bhog. At this note, the Desi Atta Company brings to you 7 recipes to break your fast during Mahashivratri which are very easy to make and good for health.

  • Singhara Atta Malpua

This is one of the easiest and delicious recipes in the list. The ingredients are very easily available, good or your health and also take less than half an hour to make. The ingredients are- 1 cup water chestnut flour, 1 cup of milk, 1 ripe banana and half a table spoon of cardamom powder. For more details, click here

  • Kuttu Aloo Ki Kadhi

Kuttu Aloo ki Kadhi is a recipe which will not take more than half an hour of your time to make. The procedure is very easy with simple ingredients, which are- 1 cup of Kuttu flour, 1 potato, 2 tablespoons of oil, cumin seeds, 2 green chilies and a quarter cup of curd. For more details, click here

  • Amaranth Rolls

This is one of the fastest recipes which will take about 20 minutes to make. To prepare this dish, you need a cup of Rajgira atta, 2 potatoes, cumin seeds and 2 tablespoons of chopped green chilies. For full recipe, click here

  • Kuttu Atta Poori

If you are a fan of pooris then this is the dish for you! Easy to make and incredibly tasty. The ingredients are 2 cups of Kuttu atta, 1 large potato. The whole process shouldn’t take more than 25 minutes. For full recipe, click here

  • Sabudana Upwas Laddoo

This recipe is one of the Vrat Specials. Delicious to eat and easy to make. The ingredients include 1/3 cup of Sabudana atta, 1/3 cup of singhara atta, half a cup of powdered sugar, 4 tablespoons of ghee, cardamom powder and nuts to garnish. For full recipe click here.

  • Sabudana Upwas Pudding

This recipe is ideal for people who have a sweet tooth. The ingredients to make this recipe are a quarter cup of Sabudana atta, 220 grams of milk, and 10 grams of ghee, half a cup of cashew and raisins and 2 grams of cardamom powder. For more details on this dish, click here

  • Upvas Crepes

Another pride of the Vrat Specials is Upvas Crepes which do not take more than 35-40 minutes to prepare. The key ingredients are 80 grams of Rajgira atta, 80 grams of Samak atta, and 80 grams of curd and 5 grams of ginger and chili paste. For more details, click here

Spend your Mahashivratri with the richness and taste of these 7 recipes which will fill your heart with devotion and your belly with amazing food.