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Onion prices soar high: Navratri dishes that won't let you miss 'pyaaz' in your food

With Navratri going on, try these five Navratri special dishes that wouldn't let you miss onions, even for a bit.

India TV Lifestyle Desk Written by: India TV Lifestyle Desk
New Delhi Updated on: October 04, 2019 15:12 IST
Navratri Special : With onion price hike, try these

Navratri Special : With onion price hike, try these navratri dishes without using onions

Onion is one of the most important kitchen staples of Indian cuisine. We 'desis' use it in everything, from salads to chhola masala to the most basic daal. With onion prices shooting up faster than a sky-rocket, commoners have been left in a 'taste' dilemma of either burning a hole in their pocket or giving their taste buds a hard time. But honestly, there's not much to worry about. With Navratri going on, try these five Navratri special dishes that wouldn't let you miss onions a bit. Here's some "no pyaaz, no lahsun" foods that are delicious AF:

1. Navratra special Sabudana vada 

A classic Navratri dish, sabudana vada is loved by all. Crunchy on the outside and gooey potato on the inside, no Navratri fast can be complete without it. And, the best part? No onions required! 

2. Achari Paneer

We know you think that making achari paneer without onions and garlic was not possible. But here we are breaking your myths and giving you a perfect Navratri friendly recipe that is super tasty and equally healthy. 

3. Aaloo Katli Masala

No pooja season can ever be complete without an aloo dish, so here's a perfectly taste-blessed Navratra dish that will make you wanna fast on all 9 days. 

4. Kashmiri Dum Aaloo

A must try new entry into the Navratri dishes club, Kashmiri dum aloo recipe that is not just easy to make but also very tasty. Let us know if you have a favourite recipe for this dish, we will be happy to publish (best one!). Tweet @indiatvnews 

5. Sabudana Khichri

An Indian household staple and most common Navratri dish, sabudana khichri is the most popular and tasty dish. It is extremely simple and easy to make also.