‘Winter is coming’ and so are the so are the health issues. From cold and cough to joint pains, everything will be at your door if you are not immune. So, here are some of the best foods that are healthy and tasty as well!
1. SARSON KA SAAG:
TASTE BEST WITH MAKKE KI ROTTI: Sarson ka saag is a popular traditional Punjabi dish made in the winters which are also the harvest season. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties making it a beneficial vegetable that’s easily available in this season.
2. GOND KE LADDO:
TASTE BEST WITH WARM MILK: Made out of edible gum extracted from the bark of a tree and easily available, Gond is known as a heaty food that provides warmth to the body and fights winter chills.
3. ROGHAN GHOSHT:
TASTE BEST WITH BROWN RICE: Mutton Roghan ghosht is a heaty ingredient that is cooked to perfection in traditional spices to make a hot and delicious dish that protects your body from winter winds.
4. PAYA SHORBA:
TASTE BEST WITH BREAD AND NAAN BREAD: Famous for generating heat in the body, paya shorba is cooked with spices and makes for a delicious soup. It is packed with nutritional benefits too and is highly recommended for the winters.
TASTE BEST WITH RICE: A specialty of south India, rasam is made of red lentils that are rich in antioxidants, fibre, and proteins. Along with turmeric and other spices, with added veggie, rasam can also suffice as a whole meal.
6. NOLEN GURER SANDESH:
TASTE BEST WITH WARM MILK: A popular Bengali sweet, this dish is made with date palm jaggery that is available only in the winters. Dates are heaty foods by nature and thus this dish keeps the body warm.
TASTE BEST WITH PURI: Undhiyo is a Gujarati winter specialty that’s made with a vegetable called papdi. It grows on creepers during winter. it helps keep the cold at bay. And, with an abundance of minerals, vitamins, fibre, and phytonutrients it’s the tastiest way.
8. GAJAR KA HALWA:
TASTE BEST WITH DRY FRUITS: One of the most famous winter specials, gajar ka halwa is an all-time favourite. As Carrots are rich in dietary fibre and help regulate the body’s blood sugar levels which tend to fluctuate in the winters.