Make Your Winters Warm And Cosy With These Special North Indian Winter Food Dishes!
Gajar Ka Halwa
The best part about winter is sitting on the bed, all cozied up and enjoying food that warms the soul and what is better than a hot bowl of homemade gajar ka halwa? The fresh sweet carrots cooked in butter and milk along with laden of dry fruits, which makes it tempting and delicious
Til Ke Ladoo
Another sweet delicacy to enjoy this winter is Til ke Ladoos. White sesame seeds or Til is a super food that is highly nutritious and keeps the body warm. Mixed with ghee and jaggery, these small spheres of happiness keep your body warm and your tummy full.
Sarson Da Saag Aur Makki Di Roti
Nothing makes a Punjabi’s heart sing like dancing on the beats of dhol, butter chicken, sarson da saag and fresh makki de roti. Another yet nutritional dish, it is topped with white makhan(butter) and jaggery that leaves you wanting for more.
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Nothing warms up a body like a piping hot bowl of Shorba, be it Tomato or Paya Shorba for those who take meat quite seriously. Shorba is basically soup just with a lot of spices that are added to warm the body up along with making the soup taste heavenly. Every sip of it warms the body and strengthens it to bear the cold breeze.
While everyone knows that meat keeps the body warm enough to bear the wintery cold weather, this Kashmiri delicacy is just a better take on it. Mutton is stuffed with dry fruits and nuts and is cooked to perfection in traditional Indian spices. it is the perfect recipe to enjoy the winter season without falling sick 😉
Winter calls for chai that’s not just hot in temperature but also hot in flavor and what better than a masala one? Ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom give your cup of chai the kick it needs and topped with powdered jaggery; it’s a perfect shield to a cold winter morning.
#cnfeatures: Winter warming foods. Catch Now Delhi brings you the the delights of winters! Freezing already? Binge on these bites and stay warm. Happy winters!