3 Delicious Winter Recipes! Not to be missed…

We found it 🙂 Delicious, mouth-watering & so not to be missed winter recipes.

As the temperature is rising, savouring the seasonal recipes is the most cheering sign of long awaited winter.
With these nourishing and scrumptious food on your platter just transport yourself to winter wonderland.

Gajar Ka Halwa :

Gajar ka Halwa Reliance Fresh
Gajar (Carrots) have strong cleansing properties that help in detoxifying liver. Highly responsible for reducing the risk of breast, lung & colon cancer. It also effectively nourishes the skin & prevent any blemishes.
Here’s what you need:
1/2 tin (200g)- Nestle Milkmaid Condensed Milk
2 tbsp- Any Pure Ghee
1 litre- Milk
1 kg- Carrots Grated
25 gm- Kishmish (Raisins)
25gm- Kaju (Cashewnuts) Chopped
How to make:
1. Mix grated carrots and milk in a pan, bring to a boil. Cook on low flame and stir occasionally till milk dries up.
2. Add Nestle Milkmaid Condensed Milk and continue cooking on low flame, stir occasionally till it dries up.
3. Add ghee and cook for 10 minutes. Garnish with nuts and serve hot.


Bajre ka Thepla:

Bajre ka Thepla
Though Bajra is available round the year, it is extremely good for winters. Good source of energy, promotes heart health & helps in digestion.
Here’s what you need:
1/2 cups Bajre ka atta
1/2 cup whole wheat atta
2 tbsp oil
1 tbsp dried methi
2 tsp salt
2 tsp ginger
1 tsp garlic
2 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp sugar
Yogurt to knead

How to make:
1. Make paste of ginger, garlic & green chillies
2. Knead all the ingrediants with yogurt & make thin parathas.


Pepper Rasam Soup:

Rasam Soup Reliance Fresh
Winters also bring in common cold and cough. In order to avoid incessant running nose and sneeze it is better to consume effective foods. Pepper Rasam Soup helps in digestion & also soothes your senses.
Here’s what you need:
100 gm Tomato
50 gm Tamarind
1 tsp Whole black pepper
1 tsp Cumin seeds
2 Cloves of garlic
2 gm Turmeric powder
1 gm Coriander leaves
Few curry leaves
Salt to taste
750 ml Water
1 gm Curry leaves
10 gm Ghee
2 gm Mustard seeds
2 gm Red chilli whole
How to make:
1. Soak tamarind in a cup of warm water, extract its juice and discard the pulp. Grind cumin seeds, pepper and garlic in a mixer.
2. Take a cup of tamarind extract, add chopped tomatoes, crushed pepper, cumin, garlic, salt turmeric powder and curry leaves. Boil them together.
3. Once it starts boiling, keep the flame low. Let it simmer for 10-15 minutes or till the raw smell of the tamarind goes off.
4. Heat ghee and add mustard seeds to it. When it begins to splutter, add curry leaves and red chilli, and pour it over the Rasam.

Now ready your taste buds to take a break and try these winter special recipes.

One food tip- Food tastes better when you eat with your family, share with your friends and get to hear all those compliments. Isn’t it?

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