The fun of
eating in winter doubles, and perhaps this is the reason why people often gain
2-4 kg in winter. Hot parathas, pakoras, halwa such things match the pleasure
of sitting in blankets and quilts, watching TV, chatting, and enjoying delicious
food. All the things to eat in winter are good, but there are some
winter-special dishes that are available only during winter and the pleasure
of eating them also comes in winter only. So, here are some recipes that might
make your winters fun and tasty.
250 gm sweet
1 tbsp desi
1/2 tsp roasted
cumin seed powder
black pepper powder
rock salt as
coriander leaves for garnishing
1. Wash the
sweet potatoes under running water.
2. Heat one
spoon of desi ghee in a pressure cooker, add sweet potato, and stir it well.
3. Add 2 cups
of water, close the lid and pressure cook the sweet potatoes for one whistle.
4. When the
sweet potato cools down, peel it and cut it into small pieces.
roasted cumin seed powder, rock salt, black pepper powder finely chopped green
chilies, and fresh coriander leaves, squeeze lemon juice, and mix well.
6. Your sweet
potato chaat is ready to be served.
SARSO KA SAAG MAKE KI ROTI
500 grams of finely
chopped mustard leaves
spinach and bathua each finely chopped
5 cloves of finely
of finely chopped ginger
chilies finely chopped
1 tbsp maize
1 pinch Asafoetida
1 pinch of turmeric
2 tbsp ghee
1 tsp red
1 cup maize
1 tsp ghee
1/2 tsp salt
all the chopped mustard, spinach, and bathua leaves with garlic, green chilies, and ginger together in a pressure cooker.
2. When it
cools down, grind it coarsely in the mixer.
3. Heat ghee
in a pan, add asafoetida and onion and fry till it turns golden.
4. Add salt,
turmeric powder, tomato, and green (Saag) paste and cook on low flame for 5-10
5. Now, add
maize flour, red chili powder, and sugar and cook it for more 10 minutes and
your saag will be ready.
1. First of
all, take maize flour in a bowl and mix one spoon of salt in it, now add
lukewarm water little by little to the maize flour and mash it with light hands
till it becomes soft.
kneading the dough, put one spoon of ghee in it and leave it to rest for 5-10
3. Now make
balls of all the flour and apply dry flour and roll it with the help of a
rolling pin and make small circle rotis.
that put it on a hot tawa and cook it from both sides then place the roti
directly on the flame with using a tong.
5. The roti
will puff up, flip with a tong to cook the other side as well. The roti is done
when it has brown spots, don’t burn it.
6. Now these
maize breads are ready, serve with sarso ka saag, radish pickle, and lots of
1 kg Gram
(8-10 medium-sized carrots) carrot
250 grams (1
1/4 cup) sugar
250 grams (1
1 cup milk
1 tbsp desi ghee
(remove the stalks) raisins
(cut into 4-5 pieces) cashew
(cut into 4-5 pieces) almonds
and grind) green cardamom
1. To make gajar
ka halwa, take one kilo of red carrots peel, wash and grate them.
2. Now, put
the mawa in a pan roast it on low flame and keep it aside.
grated carrots in a pan, add milk give it a nice stir and then let the carrots
cook till they become soft.
4. Now add
sugar to the carrot, keep stirring. After a while, carrot juice will start
coming out, keep stirring it after every 2 minutes, cook the carrot till all
the carrot juice evaporates.
5. Add ghee,
mawa and ghee fried raisins, cashews and almonds to the halwa and cook the
halwa for 2-3 minutes. Turn off the gas and add green cardamom powder and mix
6. Take out
the Carrot Halwa in a bowl, garnish it with grated coconut and some dry fruits
and serve it hot!