Raveena Tandon Breaks Her Monday Fast And Roja Together; Five Simple Fast Dishes
Image Credit: Raveena Tandon enjoys some kheer/ Instagram

Festivities and food have a deep connect. And gearing up to embrace the true spirit of Ramzan can’t be without food. Also food is that one thing that connect a ross cultures and religion. And in all cultures, fasting takes an important place. It’s also an important way to detox. 

The main fun part comes while breaking the fast and this is no ordinary. And keeping up with the trend 90s Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon too celebrated her Monday fast and Roja with few of her age old friends. She uploaded few pictures on her Instagram where she was seen eating some dates and breaking the fast together with her friends. While another image saw her all smiles with a bowl full of delicious kheer. The menu saw salad, pani puri, some roasted seeds and more. She took to Instagram and posted "Breaking our Monday Shiv fast (sic) and roza (sic) together ! #sisters ! #sistahsfromanothamothas ... #yummy #vegspread .. #holymonth #ramadann #monday #harharmahadev @afeefanadiadwala @monicaawadhwani #friendsforever #32yearsofbeingtogether"

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Here's quick 5 fast dishes that is quick and easy

Kuttu Puri- 

Kuttu or buckwheat flour is high on fibre, gluten-free, and replete with nutrients. And it’s one of fast favourite food item. Mixing thisn flour with some potatoes, or bananas or arbi for a making it into a dough is absolutely delicious. 

Singhare Atte Ka Paratha: 

Singhara atta or water chestnut flour, is made from the fruit water chestnut fruit. Also known as paniphal in Hindi, water chestnut flour mixed with spinach, potatoes, carom seeds and rock salt made into some paratha is a loaded with health.   

Medu Vada:

This south Indian delicacy that is made with urad dal and deep dried is really tasty and delicious. Paired with some sambar, delicious chutney this is one of the food during fasting.

Kala Chana Sundal

This dry savory snack made with kala chana, cooked with some special masala powder is a great filler. Mostly eaten during Vinayagar chaturthi, saraswathi pooja, there is a simple version and this sundal podi version. 

Vrat wale Aloo Jeera

Cubed potatoes that is tossed with cumin seeds, green chillies and rock salt makes for  great accompaniment with roti or paratha. . Light on tummy, and yet flavourful and spicy, this one go best with Kuttu Puris or Samak ki Chawal.

Sookhe Matar

A bowl of boiled peas tossed with some spices, salt and more makes for a great filler in between breaks. Just toss them with a bunch of spices like cumin seeds, red chilli powder, and coriander powder, until all the peas are nicely covered in the masala, and you are done.  

Vrat Ka Sambar

No lentils, no problem. Make this delicious sambhar that is also suitable or your vrat. Made with coriander seeds, dry red chillies, roasted peanuts, dry coconut, cinnamon, pumpkin cubes and any other vegetable that you like and rock salt, this unique ‘sambhar’ recipe is tempered with cumin seeds, making for a wholesome recipe.