#Vrat Special: Farali French Fries A Fast Dish To Make Your Fast Days Awesome

Farali French Fries Recipe
Farali French Fries Recipe

Farali french fries are crunchy, crispy, and deep fried snack to make on fasting days

Farali French Fries Prep Time 10 minutes

Farali French Fries Cook Time 15 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Hii Foodies!!! How are you all?? Why to eat boring fast meals, don’t stop yourself from eating some tasty snacks. Try crunchy, crispy, and deep-fried Farali french fries and make your fasting days super exotic. The best thing with these snacks is that you can make it anytime even without fasting. It is easy to make gluten free and light on your stomach. Potatoes are very commonly eaten during fasting days and Farali french fries is a tasty version of normal potato french fries. Farali french fries are an easy attempt to please your taste buds during fasting. All you just need is 30 mins to prepare these tasty fries. These are in turn perfect for your tea time snacking or anytime snacking.

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Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients

·       2 potatoes

·       1 cup Amaranth flour (Rajgira)

·       3 tbsp arrowroot powder

·       1 finely chopped Green chili

·       1 cup finely chopped green coriander

·       1 tsp grated ginger

·       Rock salt as per taste

·       Water

·       Oil for deep frying

Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients - Potato
Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients – Potato
Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients - Green chili
Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients – Green chili
Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients - coriander
Farali French Fries Recipe Ingredients – coriander

Preparation Before Farali French Fries Recipe

·       Prepare potatoes for fries– Wash, clean and peel potatoes. Cut them in slices. You can use a knife or cut with french fries cutter.

·       Make Rajgira batter– In a mixing bowl add 1 cup rajgira flour, 3 tbsp arrowroot powder, grated ginger, chopped chili, green coriander and salt to taste. Mix them well and add water to make a thick batter.

Preparation Before Farali French Fries Recipe
Preparation Before Farali French Fries Recipe
Farali French Fries Recipe: Step By Step

Mix potato slices into the rajgira batter and mix them evenly.

Farali French Fries Recipe Step 1
Farali French Fries Recipe Step 1

Heat oil in a pan and deep fry potatoes coated with rajgira batter till golden brown.

Farali French Fries Recipe Step 2
Farali French Fries Recipe Step 2

Transfer fries on a kitchen towel so that all the extra oil is absorbed.

Your Farali french fries are ready to serve with green coriander chutney or tea on your fasting day.

Farali French Fries Recipe Step 4
Farali French Fries Recipe Step 4
Farali French Fries Recipe Tips
  • You can also use kuttu atta (buckwheat flour) or singhara atta (water chestnut flour) to make these farali french fries.
  • Farali french fries can be made in an oven & in an air fryer.
  • These are best when served hot or at room temperature. You can keep in the fridge if required.

Nutrition Value of Farali French Fries

CalorValue Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories208
Calories from Fat9
Fat1g2%
Saturated Fat1g6%
Sodium48mg2%
Potassium632mg18%
Carbohydrates46g15%
Fiber6g25%
Sugar2g2%
Protein6g12%
Vitamin A135IU3%
Vitamin C23mg28%
Calcium25mg3%
Iron2mg11%
Nutrition Value of Farali French Fries

* Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet and Nutrition value is a rough estimate for Farali French Fries

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Farali French Fries good for health?

No!!! These are deep fried which is not suitable for healthy living.

What is Rajgira Atta called in English?

Rajgira, also known as Amaranth, which are grown primarily as seed.

What is Rajgira Atta made of?

Rajgira flour is made from the seeds of the amaranth plant. There are many members of the amaranth family.

Is Turmeric allowed in Navratri fast?

No!!! It is one of the spices that people generally refrain from eating during this fasting period.

Can we eat red chilli in Navratri?

Yes!!! One can use chilli powder, sendha namak, black pepper powder, cumin powder during vrat or fast.

Can we eat Rajgira (Amaranth) in fast?

Yes!!

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