Upasachi Puri is a popular Maharashtrian dish made especially during fasting or upvas (religious fasting) days. These puris are made with fasting-friendly ingredients like rajgira (amaranth) flour, singhara (water chestnut) flour, or sama (barnyard millet) flour. The dough is prepared by mixing the flour with rock salt and water, and then rolled into small puris. These puris are deep-fried until they turn golden brown and become crispy. Upasachi Puri is typically served with vrat (fasting) accompaniments like aloo sabzi or coconut chutney. It is a delicious and satisfying option for those observing fasting rituals.