With the onset of Navratri, our religious and devotional side gets lighted up, but some of us feel very restricted regarding what to eat and what not to eat during the fasts. The confusion gets more problematic when we need to travel to different places during our fasting. But No worries, as RailRestro delivers Navratri thali on train for devotees. Apart from the Vrat thali, the e-catering company also allows travellers to get varieties of Navratri food delivery in train for fasting.
Here Is the List of 12 Navratri Special Foods:
1. Aloo Chaat for Navratri
“Aloo” is the king of vegetables. During Navratri, Aloo Chaat is like the king’s right hand- you can relish it on train. It is a great option to have during Navratri. You can add masalas and lemon juice to the Chaat for your taste and have it as a meal.
2. Kuttu ka Atta Ki Roti During Fasting
Buckwheat, commonly known as “Kuttu ka Atta” in India, is a highly nutritious cereal (yes, even more than the normal atta/flour we eat). The flour is a rich source of fibre, protein, iron and magnesium with very few calories. It is even free of saturated fat and helps a great deal in curbing our appetite, controlling our blood sugar levels and maintaining good digestion. During Navratri fasting, Kuttu ki roti is a wholesome meal you can pair with Vrat ke dahi aloo.
3. Tomato Soup as Navratri Snack
We all love the basic tomato soup since childhood but never really have it during Navratri. Have 1-2 bowls of tomato soup prepared using Himalayan Salt. You can have it with a bowl of roasted makhanas as a proper meal. Healthy and tasty with negligible calories, all at the same time.
4. Suhang Ke Chawal ka Uttapam/Idli
Suhang ke Chawal is highly consumed during fasting. You can get Suhang Ke Chawal ka Uttapam/Idli on train and enjoy its exclusive test. You might get served either with vrat wale tomato chutney or coconut chutney. To make Suhang ke Chawal ka Uttapam or Idli, people use the Suhang ke chawal instead of normal Chawal. Uttapam and Idli are a delicious option to have for breakfast or dinner during Navratri fasting.
5. Paneer Tikka for Navratri Cravings
Paneer Tikka is another option to have during Navratri. Railrestro offers rail passengers to get Vrat wale Paneer Tikka on train. Then, you can combo with Kuttu ki Roti or Suhang Chawal ke Aate ki roti to treat your tastebuds with a wholesome taste.
6. Makhanas Dishes for Vrat
Makahanas are extremely healthy and low-fat snack items. It is the seeds of the lotus flower and is very rich in antioxidants. Makhanas are also one of the richest sources of calcium. You can have many formats, such as just roasting them for 3-4 minutes in your microwave oven and sprinkling Himalayan salt for taste, Makhane ki kheer etc. You can even get roasted Makhanas and Kheer on the train.
7. Fruit Yoghurt as Navratri Dessert
Have a sweet tooth and craving for a tasty sweet dish during your fast? No worries, you can order fruit Yoghurt as Navratri dessert. Pick your phone and call Railrestro Customer service executive at 8102888111 and order fruit yoghurt. You can even ask to prepare fruit Yoghurt as per your choice. Moreover, you can pre-book your fruit yoghurt on the train for your journey during Navratri.
8. Milk Shakes for Hunger Pangs
Milkshakes are great options during fasting. You can even have banana and strawberry shakes to reduce hunger on the train. These are healthy yet tasty options.
9. Baked Sabudana Tikki
Whether a small kid in the family or an older man, we all love the sabudana Tikki in Navratri. The Tikkies taste yummier and soothe your belly. The Tikkies are baked using aloo, Sabudana, Some Masalas, and Himalayan salt for the taste.
10. Sabudana Khichdi for Navratri Fast
This is again a classic food item people relish during Navratri. It consists of carbohydrates which fill the tummy. It is one of the best food options as a Navratri food option. Peanuts and potatoes get added to it to make it tastier.
11. Navratri Special Kadhi Chawal
The Word Kadhi Chawal in itself brings water to everyone’s mouth. Navratri special Kadhi can be made using swang ke chawal ka atta and can be eaten with a bowl of Suhang ke chawal. It is a delicious meal you can have as your Vrat ka khana.
12. Suhang ke Chawal ka Pulao
Again you read it absolutely correctly. A tasty vegetable pulao with carrot and boiled potato is a delicious treat. You can have it with cucumber tomato raita or even plain curd and relish it completely.
With all these Navratri Special foods, you can enjoy your Navratri days even on the rail.
How to Order Navratri Food Items on a Train?
RailRestro provides Navratri special food on train. To order Navratri special food or thali on the train, call the RailRestro customer executive number 8102888111 or order it from its official website and e-catering app. To order from the website and app, enter your ticket’s PNR number, explore the food options, place the order for Vrat special food, and enjoy it while travelling to your desired destination.
What is Navratri Special Thali?
During Durga Puja, many people observe fast. Considering this, RailRestro introduced Navratri Special Thali or Vrat Ka Thali for rail passengers. The Thali will be available on all the major stations, which contain Sabudana Khichdi, Sabudana Kheer, Kuttu Atta ki Puri, Roasted Makhana, Aloo ki Kadhi, Boiled Shakarkandi, and Singhare Atte Ka halwa as a dessert. Passengers can order or pre-book their Navratri special thali for train trip during their fasting.
How to Plan a Trip During Navratri Fast?
Travelling during fasting seems the toughest task, but you can make it enjoyable with better planning. To plan your train trip during Navratri, book your ticket in advance, check its PNR status, keep all your essentials in a bag, avoid booking your ticket in the sleeper or chair car, track your live train status, and be at the station at least half an hour before your train departure time so that you don’t get confused by seeing lots of rush, and special trains on stations. Moreover, Pre-book your Navratri meal to avoid the last-minute rush and enjoy your trip.
RailRestro wishes you a happy Navratri!