Hartalika Teej fast is very important for every married woman. On this day, women keep Nirjala fast and pray to Mahadev and Mother Parvati for the long life of their husbands. Every year the fast of Haritalika Teej is observed on the Tritiya Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month, this time it is on the 18th September. Women have already started preparations for this fast so that there is no shortage of anything on the day of Teej.

On this day, women eat something only after breaking the fast. In such a situation, different types of dishes are prepared in everyone's homes. If you are observing the fast of Hartalika Teej, then you can prepare a special veg thali for yourself and your family. In today's article, we are telling you about some dishes that you can include in the veg thali.

In many places, roti is not eaten during festivals, in such a situation you can prepare puri for your veg thali. It also tastes delicious.

Lentil Shortbread
If we are talking about Puri then how can we leave out Kachori? After soaking the lentils, prepare lentil kachori in the Veg Thali of Hartalika Teej.

Eating chickpeas with puri increases the taste of the food manifold. In such a situation, you must prepare chickpeas for your veg thali at home.

Peas and cottage cheese
Chickpeas are anyway spicy. In such a situation, instead of making Kadhai Paneer, you can make Matar Paneer. This vegetable also tastes amazing with puri and kachori.

Mix veg
If dry spicy mix veg is included in the food then its taste increases manifold. In such a situation, you can make mixed veg in the evening on the festival day.

To complete the meal, make Boondi Raita at home. By making this the plate will look beautiful and the taste of the food will also increase.

You can prepare delicious barfi at home to complete your thali. You can make it a day before Teej and keep it in the fridge.

Salad helps a lot in completing the food plate. In such a situation, prepare tomato and cucumber salad on a small plate on the side of the veg thali. Don't forget to keep lemon and green chili in it.

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