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5 Farali Foods You Must Try

by SaleBhai Team - 27-Sep-2016 - Foods & Drinks
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When it comes to religious festivals, no country can match India. The vast diversity of culture and practices across the country can be felt in the number of annual religious celebrations. However, some things remain the same everywhere, like fasting during religious events. Irrespective of location, caste, and creed, most Hindu rituals require fasting. During fasting, there are restrictions on food, water, clothing, and more. Here are five foods (farali foods) allowed during fasting.

 

Dried Kiwi Fruit

 Dried Kiwi

Indigenous to a few Eastern nations, kiwi fruits spread to New Zealand in the 20th century. Earlier known as yang tao and later Chinese gooseberry, today they get their name from the kiwi bird which they resemble. Sweet, chewy, and deliciously tangy, kiwi fruits are perfect for those fasting sessions. 

 

Farali Biscuits

 Farali Biscuit

With peanut as the primary ingredient, farali biscuits are the perfect blend of health and taste. Munch on these special cookies on your fasting days and maintain your nutrient levels without compromising on religious restrictions. 

 

Upwas Wadi

 Upwas Wadi

The normal wadi is a special three-ingredient burfi famous in Pune. Upwas wadi is a burfi made especially for fasts, with nuts and dried fruits, a pure and delicious sweet treat during fasts. Packed with essential nutrients, it gets the body its quota of essential nutrients without breaking any norm. 

 

Farali Chevdo

 Farali Chevdo

Farali Chevdo is a special variety of Bombay Mix perfect for those fasting days. It is a mouth-watering mixture of fried potato straws, edible oil, and nuts. Sweet and medium-spicy, this perfect snack goes with any hot beverage. 

 

Fariyali Sabudana

 Sabudana

Fasting is no longer linked with missing out on taste and fun. Crackling white sago pearls (sabudana), crunchy peanuts, golden-fried potato shreds, and a melange of spices – all go into the making of this tempting treat. Make your fasting enjoyable with this delicious snack.

 

These products will not allow your health to take a hit during fasting. While fasting this Navratri, make sure you try these treats.

 

 

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