You can try making various dishes this Karwa Chauth. These are easy to make at home recipes.

Karwa Chauth Recipes

Karwa Chauth is a one-day festival religiously observed by married Hindu women in certain Indian communities. Celebrated during the month of 'Karthik', this festival is considered as one of the most special days in a year, and is commemorated on a grand scale. Karwa Chauth is marked by the observation of fast and prayer by married Hindu women, for the long lives of their husbands. Various pooja rituals are performed and customs followed on this blessed occasion. Delicacies are also one of the significant parts of any Indian festival, and Karwa Chauth is without a doubt, a wonderful occasion for preparing scrumptious food. After the breaking of the fast, the women in the family along with the male members of the family indulge in various mouth-watering dishes prepared by the ladies for this festive event.

Karwa Chauth is celebrated with the preparation of various appetizers, beverages, desserts as well as side dishes along with the main courses. Some of the many mouth-watering recipes prepared as part of the celebration include aloo tikki, aloo mutter, dahi bhalle, tomato paneer and rabri, to name a few. The aloo dum is a traditional tasty side dish, prepared with fried baby potatoes, onions, tomatoes and many spices. This dish is usually enjoyed with puris or rotis. Methi paratha is an Indian flatbread basically made with methi or fenugreek leaves, spices, curd and wheat. A popular sweet dish prepared for this festive event is badam puri, which is cooked using maida, badam, milk, sugar and various spices. Another must-have sweet dish for the festive event is broken wheat kheer. This rich dessert is made with a blend of ingredients such as broken wheat, coconut milk, jiggery and water, to name a few. Apart from these, savouries including palak dhokla, kutchi dabeli, bhaji pakora are also made for this occasion. Karwa Chauth maybe a one-day fasting festival, but this festival celebration is not without the preparation of its many delicacies.