Lohri 2020: How To Make Festive Special Til Revdi In Under 10 Minutes! (Recipe Video Inside)

People of Punjab and many parts of north India are gearing up for Lohri 2020. The festival is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of Punjab.

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: January 13, 2020 14:58 IST

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Lohri 2020: How To Make Festive Special Til Revdi In Under 10 Minutes! (Recipe Video Inside)

This recipe combines the goodness of gur, til and ghee

Highlights
  • Lohri is celebrated on January 13th each year
  • It marks the beginning of long, warmer days
  • Til ki revdi is a festive staple we cannot imagine Lohri without

The intense cold wave that has hit the country has convinced a bevy of us to stay indoors, nicely tucked inside our quilts. Very few people and occasions can convince us to do otherwise, and today is one such occasion. People of Punjab and many parts of north India are gearing up for Lohri 2020. The festival is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of Punjab. People light huge bonfires and indulge in traditional delicacies. They also sing and dance to folk tunes and revel till late in evening. The festival marks the beginning of harvest season. From this point on, the days also become longer and warmer.

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Til revdi is a festive staple we cannot imagine Lohri without. Til (or sesame) along with jaggery are two very prominent winter ingredients. This recipe combines the goodness of both. People not only munch on these brittle treats during Lohri, but they also throw a few towards the bonfire. This recipe of til revdi by food blogger and YouTuber, Parul, will help you make a bunch at home. It takes all of ten minutes. Surprise your guests and family with fresh home-made til revdi this Lohri and be the star of the gathering. The recipe was posted on the YouTube channel 'Cook With Parul'. You only need three ingredients, sesame seeds, jaggery and ghee.

Try it at home and let us know how you liked it. Happy Lohri 2020!
 

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