This kachori is made of potato and coconut which is healthy and crunchy, served as a vrat meal
Satvik eating may seem like an overwhelming affair, but if you are willing to put a little thought into it, you are in for a ride. Sure, everyday staples like salt, lentils, rice are off bounds, but there are so many other, nutritious ingredients to load up on as well.
The recipe shared here is ‘Upvas Kachori’, a kachori whose outer layer is made of mashed potatoes and the inner layer is filled with the goodness of coconut and nuts. The potatoes give a crispy outer layer and the nuts help the devotees keep full for the entire day during their fast.
The stuffing is made of coconut, coriander leaves, roasted peanut powder with an additional tadka of raisins and chopped cashews roasted in ghee. The stuffing is rich in nutrients which provide energy to people during their vrat and also have many health benefits. The kachoris taste delicious and have savoury and sweet flavours. The dish is very rich and purely made with a limited amount of spice along with sendha namak and sugar.
Try this Navratri special vrat recipe of Upvas Kachori for a mouth melting and heavenly experience.