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जैन पर्युषण का व्यंजन - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Jain Paryushan recipes in Hindi)
જૈન પર્યુષણ ના વ્યંજન - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Jain Paryushan recipes in Gujarati)

Paryushan is a month of fasting for Jains. They strictly follow their religious and cultural vows and avoid innumerable ingredients like greens, potatoes, onion, garlic, bread, etc. Some of the delicious and satiating recipes prepared during Paryushan like Atta Ka Sheera, Lapsi and Banana Dosa are covered in this section.

I consider Atta Ka Sheera one of the easiest Gujarati sweets-with just a few ingredients, which too can be found in all kitchen shelves. Just note a few simple points, and success is assured. While sautéing, keep a lookout for when the ghee separates and the atta becomes lighter, as this is the perfect indication that your atta is well cooked.

Lapsi, this fabulously tasty Gujarati sweet features the goodness of broken wheat and the tantalising aroma of cardamom. It is a hot favourite across the world!

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Lapsi, Fada ni Lapsi, Gujarati Broken Wheat Dessert Recipe recipe
One of the most well-known of Gujarati desserts, Lapsi is a very appealing sweet dish of roasted and cooked broken wheat sweetened with sugar and flavoured pleasantly with cardamom powder. Roasting the broken wheat in ghee gives the Lapsi a rich brown colour, intense aroma and nice flavour. Although ....
Badam ka Sheera recipe
How many times have you dismissed the thought of making your favourite Indian desserts at home because they take too long to prepare? Well, where there is a will, there is a way. Next time you feel like relishing some delicious Badam ka Sheera, try this quick and easy recipe, which enables you to ma ....
Rasgulla ( Quick Recipe) recipe
This is one sweet the Bengalis cannot live without, and you too are sure to fall in love with it once you taste these super-soft, milk-white rasgullas. Remember that everything matters in the making of perfect rasgullas -- from the amount of lemon juice used ....
Atta Ka Sheera recipe
Mouth-watering Atta Sheera, with a fabulous colour, texture and flavour, ready in just five minutes! If you are wondering how that magic is possible, well, just trust your microwave to do it for you. Flavoured with cardamom and garnished with slivers of almond, this is one irresistible dessert that ....
Chana Dal and Coconut Puranpoli recipe
Puranpoli is a traditional maharashtrian dish, and variants of it are made all over the country. It is a wholesome and delicious snack made of chana dal and coconut sweetened with jaggery and flavoured mildly with spices like elaichi. While it is festive fare, it can be made any day when you feel li ....
Khatta Dhokla, Gujarati Recipe recipe
The ‘khatta’ in the name is the dominant flavour of this dhokla, and this sourness is brought about by adding a little sour curds. Although dhoklas taste good at room temperature too, serve them hot with green chutney and tea for a classic and complete package! Also try other dhokla variants ....
Mohanthaal ( Gujarati Recipe) recipe
Mohanthaal is another famous sweet from the gujarati repertoire. This sweet needs to be prepared with tact, as the one-thread sugar syrup is the foundation stone for the success of this recipe. If overdone, the dish loses its colour and taste. Also, the mava that imparts the softness to this sweet s ....
Moong Dal Dahi Vada recipe
Amidst drum rolls and lots of pomp, we present a non-fried version of none other than one of the most popular chaats... Dahi Vada. Be careful not to soak the vadas beyond 2-3 minutes, to prevent them from breaking. This is a heavy snack so, I suggest you do not indulge in more than one serving.
Kopra Pak ( Gujarati Recipe) recipe
Although very delicately-flavoured, this coconut sweet gets a rich feel thanks to the tinges of saffron and cardamom that are added. I would suggest the use of traditional coconut grater in order to attain the perfect texture of this sweet. Another key ingredient is the mava, which helps to bind the ....
Jaggery Dosa recipe
Easy and quick sweet dosa made with a combination of flours and jaggery, perked up with grated coconut and spiced up with cardamom! This dosa is only mildly sweet, so can be served as a teatime snack, but if you wish, you could make a nice sweet and savoury dosa platter by serving this with re ....
Chapatis recipe
One of the most famous and versatile of Indian dishes, the Chapati is a favourite with kids and adults alike. Whether they like to have it with subzi and dal, rolled up with grated veggies and cheese, or with a layer of jam, the Chapati is much-loved by kids. Ensure that you make it with good qual ....
Kaju Kopra Sheera ( Tiffin Treats For Kids ) recipe
Kaju kopra sheera, just got more tastier with the use of coconut-cashewnut combo rather than the usual wheat flour or rava sheera. Set this yummy sheera on a thali and cut into interesting shapes…pack with another big snack and keep the energy levels going.
Banana Dosa ( Finger Foods for Kids ) recipe
An interesting sweet treat, especially for children! these banana dosas taste very nice when served warm with a dollop of butter. Make small dosas so that your child can easily eat them on his/her own.
Nariyal ki Meethi Roti, Sweet Jain Coconut Roti recipe
The delicate aroma and aesthetic flavour of nutmeg and cardamom make the Nariyal ki Meethi Roti a treat for your senses, while the crunch of roasted coconut makes it a pleasure to sink your teeth into this sweet roti! The traditional charm of coconut makes this Sweet Coconut Roti popular with all ag ....
Stuffed Dahi Vada recipe
Making Stuffed Dahi Vadas is an absolutely satisfying way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Traditional urad vada batter is innovatively stuffed with cashews and raisins before deep-frying. When soaked in water, topped with curds, and garnished with spice powders, the stuffed vadas end up as a toothsome ....
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Jain Paryushan
 on 06 Oct 18 06:21 PM
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Ma''''am, I''''m happy to know national chefs are preparing jain foods too. Thanks 😊 but I wanna make a correction that atta ka sheera and lapsi are rajasthani items. There are so many items you have labelled as Gujarati items but few of them are Rajasthani. And cheese is not edible for jains. So items consist of cheese are not jain foods. Kindly know more about 22 abhakshya items that jains should not eat/drink.
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Tarla Dalal
08 Oct 18 09:20 AM
   Hi Tanu, Thank you so much for your kind words. Also, thanks for all your suggestions.