Heavenly tasty Prashad to rejoice on Ashtami and Navmi
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Heavenly tasty Prashad to rejoice on Ashtami and Navmi

On Ashtami and Navami people offer special Prashad to goddess Durga

Heavenly tasty Prashad to rejoice on Ashtami and Navmi

The auspicious Chaitra Navratri festival takes place during the Hindu month of Chaitra. It is one of the most imperative Hindu celebrations, honouring Goddess Durga in her nine incarnations. Navratri, from Sanskrit for "nine nights," is a time when devotees fast, pray, and perform rituals in honour of the goddess and ask for her blessings.

There are lots of delicious recipes that have a divine bond and famously known as Prasad. The process of preparing those special items is full of excitements for the devotees. We may find out a few very flavoursome recipes that can add extra joyfulness to the celebration of Navratri:

Kada Prashad

Credit: yellowthyme


  • 1 Cup of Ghee
  • 1 Cup of karkara atta
  • A Cup of Sugar
  • 2 cups of water


  • Put the ghee in a deep pan and heat it over high heat until it begins to foam.
  • Then, when the ghee is hot, slowly add the flour while stirring constantly to avoid lumps.
  • Make sure to stir the flour constantly as you cook it over low heat until it turns a dark biscuit color.
  • Add the sugar and water once the flour and ghee have reached a dark biscuit color, then raise the heat to medium-low and continue cooking the halwa until the ghee has separated.
  • Once the ghee has separated, turn off the heat and remove the pan from the stove.

Also read: Thoughtful Kanjak Gift Ideas to Celebrate Navratri

Singhade Ka Sheera

Credit: tarla dalal


  • 1 cup of water chestnut flour
  • 1 cup of Sugar 
  • 3/4 cup of Ghee
  • 2 Cups of milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon of green cardamom powder
  • 8 Slivered Almonds


  • Bring ghee and singhara atta to a boil in a heavy kadai. Slowly toast atta in ghee till it releases its aroma and turns color.
  • To prevent lumps, add 1 cup of warm milk and mix well.
  • Blend in some sugar, please. Simmer, covered, over low heat until the ghee separates.
  • Now, combine green cardamom powder with some of the sliced almonds.
  • Serve immediately, scattering the remaining almond slivers on top and, optionally, drizzling with more spicy sauce.

Gud ke Gulgule prasad

Credit: herzindagi

Ingredients :

  • 1 cup of atta
  • 1/4 cup of Jaggery
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1/2 teaspoon Fennel seeds
  • 2 teaspoons Dry coconut flakes
  • 7 or 8 pepper pods
  • 1 tablespoon of oil


  • Jaggery, melt it in little warm water and set it aside.
  • Now, using a measuring cup, combine one cup of wheat flour with the jaggery water in small increments until you get a smooth batter.
  • Plain water can be added if necessary to get the right consistency for creating a Gulgule. It ought not to be too thin or too thick.
  • Put in some black pepper pods, dried coconut, and fennel seeds. Toss all the ingredients together.
  • To soften the Gulgule, stir in 1 teaspoon of oil.
  • Get some oil hot in a wok. Reduce the heat to low after the oil is hot.
  • Now drop a little amount of batter into the oil to create Gulgule.
  • When one side is done cooking, turn them over. Fry them until they reach a golden color.
  • Put them in a bowl and offer them on your Prasad ki thali.