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5 Types of Mouthwatering Fruit Chaats for Navratri Vrat

Fasting or vrat is an essential ritual followed by millions of devotees during Navratri. During the Navratri fast, it is advised to avoid all gluten-based food items, high-sodium foods, and fast foods with artificial flavors. The nutritional needs of the body are fulfilled by the consumption of fruits but then again, having fruits throughout the day can be plain boring. Yes, that sometimes can be a struggle but that is the point of fasting – to be able to control the cravings. That said, plain ol’ boring fruit can be given a masaledar twist with some mouthwatering fruit chaat that will take care of the hunger pangs and also keep cravings at bay.

Here are some fruit chaat ideas that you can put to use as you fast this Navratri…

1. Fruit Chaat With Peanuts

When fasting, you cannot avoid eating fruits and dairy products. It is the focus of Navratri. Better to consume the fruits differently. Make your fruit chaat with apples, grapes, pomegranate, and other fruits. Mix in a pinch of rock salt and black pepper with the fruits. In the end, add some roasted peanuts. You are good to go!

2. Chilli Fruit Chaat

Next time, try this spicy, tangy fruit chaat. You need to chop all the fruits and mix them in a bowl. Now, you have to make the dressing. Add lemon juice, black pepper powder, salt, sugar, jeera powder, and red chili powder. There you have your spicy fruit chaat ready!

3. Tandoori Fruit Chaat

Sounds Interesting, right? Try it, guys! Tandoori fruit chaat features chunks of fruits such as pineapple, apple, and star fruit cooked to perfection in a tandoor or an oven. The smoky and sweet flavors of the fruits are difficult to ignore!

4. Roasted Fruit Chaat

All mixed mustard oil, balsamic vinegar, malt vinegar, anardana powder, sugar, crushed black pepper, red chili powder, and roasted cumin powder. Continue blending the mixture for 5 minutes to ensure a good mix. Add black salt, garam masala, honey, and heeng to this mixture. This mixture should be thickened with roasted Besan. Cut the fruits into bite-sized pieces. Coat with the marinade and roast on a sigri or in a hot oven. Serve hot!

5. Fruit Raita

In a bowl, take curd (plain yogurt). Beat in the sugar, black salt, black pepper powder, and cumin powder until the curd mixture is smooth and creamy.

Mix apple, pineapple, banana, strawberry, and pomegranate seeds. Fruit raita, one of the simplest and healthiest fruit dishes, is ready. Place it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to chill (if required and preferred).

This Navaratri try Kuch Naya! If you are not fasting, make this for your mummy or Dadi. Guys, take our words, they will be the happiest.

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