A delicious collection of easy No onion no garlic recipes for Navratri. If you are in dilemma of finding recipes without onion and garlic during Navratri Period that is tasty and easy. This is our collection of No onion no garlic recipes for those times.
Navratri is one of the biggest Hindu festivals that is typically celebrated twice in a year. In this nine-day festival, devotees worship different avatars by Goddess Durga. In this nine-day festival, most of the Hindus avoid non-vegetarian and food that has onion or garlic in them.
Navratri is here and we can’t keep our calm! Since festivals are all about good times with loved ones and happily munching on great food. We know how each moment is precious that is why we have planned the Navratri menu without onion and garlic recipes. These recipes are easy to cook but taste absolutely delicious.
Keeping the festival in mind, we have compiled the list of top 9 dishes that are a must have this Navratri. These recipes are well thought of and are short of onion or garlic. We know how incredibly busy festival days can be and we you should celebrate the festival with your family and leave the worry with us. These Navratri Special Recipes are a light snack and a perfect entertainment as well.
The list below includes recipes that are easy to make with simple steps. All you have to do is add the ingredients some spices and allow them to cook. There are no worries about chopping the onion or using too many pots for making one simple dish. No onion or garlic recipes are healthier as well as they are easy to digest and with succulent taste.
Go ahead feast on these recipes for Navratri
Vrat wale sookhe aloo is a spicy falahari recipe that is a very common yet popular recipe to eat during Navratri and other fasting days. You can serve this falahari sookhe aloo as a sabzi or as a snack for Navratri days. You can read its easy recipe her and make this impressive recipe for the festival.
Crispy crunchy sago pearls from outside and soft potato filled inside, the sabudana vada is the most loved recipe at my home. This no-onion-or-garlic mix crispy balls are deep-fried in spicy Sabudana and potato cutlets-is a perfect snack for Navratri. You can quickly note down the easy steps of sabudana vada here.
Sabudana or sago pearls are little white balls filled with starch or carbohydrates that are perfect energy boosters while fasting. Sabudana khichdi is, therefore, one of the most favourable recipes during Navratri. You can easily cook this khichdi by following the simple steps here.
Aloo Katli Recipe
Achari Paneer Recipe
Paneer has been our saviour since forever. There is no doubt that paneer recipes are loved by all and this achari paneer recipe is no exception. The Achari paneer recipe is tangy in taste, made with appealing flavours from achari masala or the Indian pickling spices will be your most-loved recipe this Navratri. Follow the recipe note now and make this tangy paneer recipe this festive!
Tamatar wala Paneer
Bharwa Shimla Mirch
Bharwa Shimla Mirch will be without a doubt the most popular recipe among your friends and family this Navratri. Serve this starter hot and get ready to be showered by compliments. Read the recipe note here. 🙂
Kashmiri Dum Aloo
Kashmiri Dum Aloo is a dish straight from the valleys of Kashmir. Cooked in baby potatoes and thick spicy gravy, the Kashmiri dum aloo has a vibrant and rich taste. It is a no onion or garlic recipe so you can easily make them for dinners in Navratri.
I know that each one of us has our childhood memories attached with this delicious yet super simple recipe. Aloo Tamatar Sabzi that is boiled in tomato-based light curry is a great fit for lunch or dinner during the Navratri days. You can read the easy recipe here and serve it with paratha for a great brunch.
I learned this recipe from my mother and since then I make it during Fasting or at times on weekends as well. :p The raw banana curry mixed with aromatic spices is without onion and garlic in them, so is a perfect choice for Navratri days. Make the recipe by following the instructions here.
Pindi Chana Masala has been my on-the-go Vrat Recipe since forever. It tastes delicious and is very easy to make. Since it has no onion or garlic in it, you can easily make it during Navratri days. Eat the Pindi chana masala with paratha or poori in Navratri for lunch or breakfast.
Who says that recipes without onion and garlic are no fun? For all the hearty dinners during Navratri, the luscious Palak Paneer is the your-go-to recipe! With its thick gravy and slight sourness from curd and mild nutty-creamy flavour, it acts as a perfect dinner recipe when attending guest in Navratri. Make my version of scrumptious palak paneer by following the recipe instructions here.
MULTANI STYLE BAINGAN TAMATAR KI SABZI
When we talk about recipes without onion and garlic Baigan Tamatar Ki Sabzi is always a top choice for me. I simply love this one. Growing up, I learned that even a simple dish can taste delicious when made with love and the right ingredients. Do let me know if you like it and how you make your baingan tamatar ki sabzi.
ACHARI ALOO GOBI SABZI
Achari Aloo Gobhi sabzi is a simple and spicy cauliflower recipe in which cauliflower and potatoes are cooked with pickling spices in mustard oil. This particular recipe is slightly different from the usual aloo gobi. One of the popular favourites, even kids love it!
ALOO BAINGAN KI SABZI
Aloo baingan sabji is the most common, homemade tasty curry from North Indian cuisine. Normally Aloo baingan is made with onion, garlic and tomato gravy. But once try this Aloo baingan without onion and garlic recipe, you will never want to eat that version again. It is one such dish that goes well with either roti or naan or jeera rice, rest assured it will taste amazing.
CRISPY OKRA RECIPE/KURKURI BHINDI
Fast or no fast this kurkuri bhindi without onion and garlic is must try. Kids love Okra or Bhindi. I think I make Bhindi at least thrice a week and I know you all do too. Bhindi ki sabzi is not only easy or super quick. Since this Okra Recipe requires no onion or garlic it is loved by all. Try this recipe and indulge yourself in the rich flavour of good food. You can fry it instead of microwave too.
May the holy month of Shravan Mass bring prosperity and good health to everyone’s life. Do try the recipes and tell me which one is favourite. Like I always say, eat healthy and good vibes only.
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