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Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

January 2nd, 2020

With the onset of winters in India, we can’t wait to taste all the mouthwatering delicacies that come along with this season! Here are our top picks for this season!


Sarson ka Saag

This popular dish, made from mustard greens (sarson) and spices, from the Punjab region is served along with makki ki roti. This is a must for those craving for some Punjabi ‘tadka’ for their taste buds!

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Gushtaba

This Kashmiri dessert is an extremely rich and heavy dish, made from minced mutton balls cooked in spices and curd, and usually has an elaborate process of preparation.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Nolen Gur Sandesh

This famous Bengali sweet is a staple dessert for every Bengali during winters. It is made from Date palm jaggery which is found only during winters. The hot Nolen Gur Rasgulla melts inside your mouth leaving you savoring its taste for a very long time and of course wanting for more.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Carrot Poriyal

This flavorful south Indian delicacy is very common in winters and is accompanied with almost all dishes. The carrots are stir-fried and mixed with a lot of spices along with beetroot and beans and grated coconut giving us a sweet as well as spicy taste.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Sakarkand Rabdi

Sakarkand or sweet potato rabdi is a winter dish made with loads of milk and sweet potato topped with saffron and cardamom. We are already drooling!

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Undhiyu

This Gujrati dish made up of mixed vegetables, fenugreek, lots of ghee and spices is quite the treat for your taste buds. If you haven’t tried it already, go ahead and do so this winter.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Gond ka Ladoo

Along with lots of nutritional benefits, Gond Ka Ladoo keeps one warm and can be preserved for months. It is made out of edible gum extracted from tree barks, desi ghee, sugar, raisins and a whole lot of chunky nuts and dry fruits and is quite high in calories making it a perfect winter sweet.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

Til Pitha

This crunchy Assamese dessert can be munched on at any time of the day, made with sesame seeds and jaggery. It is relished more during winters since the best kind of jaggery is found during winters.

Indian delicacies to drool over this winter

These warm mouthwatering delicacies are what we are truly looking forward to in this chilly weather!