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5 Foods That Keep You Warm

   |  Updated: December 16, 2014 17:52 IST

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5 Foods That Keep You Warm
Most of us may know that during winters we crave for more carbohydrates and fats because our body needs to generate more heat to keep warm. Certain foods can affect our internal temperature by heating the body. Here's a selection of five superfoods that promise to keep you warm and will help you shake off the winter chill. These cozy eats are not only a welcome addition to your winter palate, but they are also loaded with nutrients, antioxidants and immunity-boosting properties.


Shahi Egg Curry
User Recipe by Rooprani

Eggs are one of the only foods that contain naturally occurring Vitamin D. Bask in this spicy and creamy egg curry to get your daily dose of Vitamin D during the gloomy winter months!

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Barbecued Sausages
Recipe by Roopa Gulati

Combat the cold weather with this sizzling treat. Sausages split and filled with dry herbs dressed in a tangy sauce.

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Bacon and Tomato Casserole

Dig deep into the layers of a delicately baked dish of bacon and macaroni topped with tangy tomato puree. Makes for a comforting and satisfying meal!

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Mooli Wala Meat
Recipe by Aditya Bal

Toss up a perfect winter meal with this authentic Kashmiri curry. This mutton curry is made with wintery flavors of warm spices, mustard oil, radish and masalas in abundance. Goes best with some steamed rice.

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Shahi Pasanda with Tawa Roti
Recipe by Muhammad Ikram, Team Pakistan

Duck meat is extremely nutritious, with high levels of protein, vitamins and minerals such as zinc, potassium, magnesium and iron. Duck breast cooked in an assortment of Indian spices, yogurt, cream cheese, sesame seeds, mint and browned onions. A rich and hearty dish!

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