Farali food is a type of food that can be eaten during certain fasts, Upvaas or vrat in hindu religion. Generally, farali recipes or upvas recipes avoid beans, pulses, grains, onion and garlic. Farali food can be consumed when observing Ekadashi upvaas. Fresh and dried fruits, milk products, vegetables and nuts are also considered farali. One can also eat Farali food during shravan maas and chaturmas. Enjoy our farali recipes.
Upvaas allows selected food varieties (Farali dishes) to be consumed during the day. This App covers most of all Farali dishes that can be consumed on Upvaas as per the traditions without compromising with your taste buds. Each of the recipes come along with a unique tip to make it easier to cook and more tasty!
The recipes inside the App range from Sabudana Khichdi, Lauki Halwa, Peanut & Farali soup, Rajgira Puris, Frari patra & Farali Dosa to name a few.
Go ahead and try these delicious Farali recipes and enjoy your occasion!
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“Farali Vangi” for your fast.
Farali dishes as per the traditions.
Do not compromising with your taste buds.
Enjoy our farali recipes.
There are several Indian recipes for fasting .
“Farali food” can be eaten during certain fasts.