phalahari chutney recipe for fasting or vrat, vrat ki chutney recipe

phalahari chutney recipe

phalahari chutney – a green chutney from fresh coriander leaves that i make on fasting or vrat days.  there is no garlic or onion used in this chutney and is made with minimal ingredients.

the word phalahari or falahari is derived from phal or fal which means fruits and ahaar which means food or diet. so basically phalahari means a diet which consists of fresh fruits. along with fruits even vegetables, herbs, dry fruits, some cereals and yogurt is a part of phalahari diet. the word phalahari is also associated with the recipes that are made during fasting days in india.

most of the times, i prepare the phalahari chutney with coriander leaves. occasionally i also add mint leaves. green chilies are added to spice up or give a bit of heat in the chutney. however you can easily skip them or reduce their quantity.

this phalahari chutney is easy to make and an ideal accompaniment with fasting snacks like sabudana pakora, sabudana vada, sukhi arbi or any other fried fasting snack of your choice.

phalahari chutney for fasting or vrat

if you are looking for more fasting recipes then do check sabudana khichdi, vrat wale aloosinghare ki poori, kuttu ki roti and sweet potato halwa.

phalahari chutney recipe below:

phalahari chutney
 
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phalahari chutney - green chutney made for fasting or vrat.
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Recipe type: side
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 2-3
Ingredients (american measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 1.5 cup tightly packed coriander leaves
  • 1 green chili
  • 1 tsp chaat masala
  • ½ to 1 tsp lemon juice (optional)
  • 1 or 1.5 tbsp water for grinding the chutney
  • rock salt or sendha namak as required
Instructions
  1. mix all the ingredients mentioned above and grind till smooth in a blender or chutney grinder.
  2. serve phalahari chutney with any fasting snack like sabudana vada, sabadana pakoras, sukhi arbi.


Comments

  1. Smita says

    You could try adding a teaspoon of yogurt and a pinch of sugar while grinding. And a few grains of jeera. Got this trip from an elderly relative. We always make hara chutney without onion and garlic

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