Advertisements

Navratri 2021 special recipe: Singhare ki poori and spinach makhana

0
80
Advertisements
Advertisements

When you skip meals made of onions, garlic, ginger, lemon and tomatoes in these days of Navratri, sattvik food is actually packed with many exquisite gastronomical dishes to make you swoon and one of them is Singhare ki puri And Spinach Makhana. If Popeye fasted this Navratri, his favorite fast-friendly dish would no doubt be Singhare ki puri And Spinach Makhana.

The festival of Navratri, celebrated by the Hindu community in India, marks the victory of Durga over the demon Mahishasura, symbolizing the victory of good over evil. In northern and western parts of India, Ram Leela (repetition of Ramayana mythology) is held and the celebration ends with Dussehra where effigies of Ravana are set on fire to mark the victory of Rama over Ravana.

During all these nine days, devotees worship the nine incarnations of Durga and observe a fast, either on all nine days or in Joda, the first two or last two days of Navratri, to please the devotees and seek blessings. . Durga. On that note, here is a mouthwatering recipe Singhare ki puri and Palak Makhana to pack some flavor with nuttiness for the rest of this festive day.

Ingredients for Spinach Makhana:

300 grams spinach leaves

50 grams Makhana (Phool Makhana)

1 tsp cumin powder

1 green chili – chopped

1 tbsp chopped mint leaves

1 tbsp ghee

tsp rock salt

How to make Spinach Makhana:

Wash spinach leaves and chop them finely. Heat a pan, add some oil and flower makhana in it. Fry the makhana on low flame till it becomes crispy. Once done keep it aside.

Heat ghee in a pan. Add chopped chilies, cumin powder and rock salt. Add chopped spinach. On a medium flame, fry the spinach till they start to become slightly dry. Do not add water, let it cook in its own water.

Turn off the flame. Add roasted makhana. Add chopped mint leaves.

Ingredients for Singhare Puri:

350 grams Singhare flour (water chestnut flour)

1-2 mashed potatoes

1 tsp cumin powder or coarsely ground cumin

2 tsp oil

rock salt (rock salt)

200 ml warm water for kneading the dough

as required Oil for deep frying

How to make Singhare Puri:

In a bowl, mix cumin powder, edible rock salt and mashed potatoes, knead a soft dough by adding Singhara flour and a cup of warm water to the flour.

Apply some oil on the dough and cover it with a wet cloth so that the dough does not dry out. Sprinkle some water and knead again. Make small or medium sized round balls from the dough.

Sprinkle some water chestnut flour on the wheel and keep the dough ball. Roll the balls into small or medium sized pooris. Don’t make the whole thin or thick (medium thickness).

Heat oil in a pan for deep frying. When the oil is medium hot, put the poori in the oil slowly. The poori will slowly swell in the oil. These don’t puff up like whole wheat puris because the mashed potatoes are ground into the dough.

When one side puffs up, gently flip it from the other side. Take it out when it turns light brown in color from both the sides. Drain on paper towels to remove excess oil.

Similarly fry the rest of the whole. Serve Singhare ki puri hot with spinach makhana and eat it.

the profit:

In addition to being cheap and easy to prepare when served raw, spinach According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 100 grams contain 28.1 milligrams of vitamin C. Since it is high in fiber and water, it promotes a healthy digestive system by preventing constipation.

Spinach leaves are also rich in protein, iron, vitamins and minerals. The vitamin A present in it moisturizes the skin and hair while the vitamin C present in it provides structure to the skin and hair and the iron content prevents hair loss.

It not only helps in managing diabetes and preventing cancer but also helps in preventing asthma and lowering blood pressure. It can reduce the risk of oxidative stress while the vitamin K in spinach is great for bone health and the vegetable in general is a “brightening skin tonic” for all.

water chestnutOn the other hand, they are a great source of fiber. It contains a good amount of the antioxidant ferulic acid and is a wonderful flour for those who prefer gluten-free foods.

potato They are the most consumed vegetable in India and are rich in antioxidants that help prevent diseases. Rich in vitamins and minerals, which help the body function properly, they are a good source of fiber that keeps you full for longer, helps you lose weight, provides energy-providing complex carbohydrates .

The vegetable has also been linked to studies in improving blood sugar control, reducing the risk of heart disease and helping with higher immunity. Potatoes help control blood pressure as they are a great source of potassium.

follow more stories Facebook And Twitter.

.

For More News Go To DailyNewsCatch and Follow on Our Twitter Page DailyNewsCatch

Leave a Reply