Friday, September 26, 2014


Hey Happy-Eaters,

So Navratras begins yesterday and I have posted many Navratra spl. Recipes but those all recipe you can made in Fasts but not everyone can eat them. Now its time for a Pure recipe for them who do Fasts. Why to eat same simple food which you are eating from years, just give them some style some twists and they will come in a new Avatar and my this recipe shows you the same thing…



For Pie Crust :

Kuttu ka Atta – 250 gms.

Butter – 175 gms.

Iced Water - 4-5 tbsp.

For Filling :

Sugar – 4tbsp.

Desiccated Coconut – 3tbsp.

Papaya – ¼ cup, diced

Cucumber – ¼ cup, diced

Pears - ¼ cup, diced

Banana - ¼ cup, diced

Apple - ¼ cup, diced

Lemon juice – 1tbsp.

Salt – ½ tsp.


Mix kuttu ka atta with cold butter well and add 4-5 tbsp. iced water to make a hard but smooth dough. Cover it with cling film and put it in fridge for 15-20 minutes.

Heat 2tbsp. sugar with few drops of water in a pan. When sugar starts caramelize, add pears and apple and mix well. Cook them under cover for 2 minutes.

Now add cucumber also and cook another 1 minute.

Now add papaya and banana and cook for last 1 minute.

Switch off the gas and add 1tbsp. desiccated coconut and lemon juice and mix well.

Now take kuttu dough out of fridge and cut it in two pieces. Roll it slowly and put it in Pie pan/mould . (Kuttu dough breaks very easily and tough to roll so put it in Pie pan and spread it slowly in all sides to cover fully. Now put any beans (example : rajma, chane) in this and put Pie pan/ mould in your preheated Oven on 250 degree for 7-8 minutes.

Take Pie pan/mould  out and spread sugar and desicated coconut in it. Now fill with  fruit chat filling. Cover it with leftover kuttu dough and put it back in Oven on high heat for another 5-7 minutes or till crust turn brown crispy.

Take it out, let it rest for few minutes before open the mould. Cut and serve hot or normal. It tastes Devine…

TIPS : I have used brown sugar but you can use simple one also.

           You can use any variation in fruits.

            Kuttu is a very dry flour so when you bake it, breaking lines will appear soon but don’t get upset but just handle it carefully.

Now this is one more reason to do Fasts J

Thank you…



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