Come winter and we all go on a bingeing spree, keeping diet thoughts at bay. After all, the winter delicacies are too hard to miss. The markets burst with a wide range of seasonal vegetables, which make for exciting dishes that are delectable and promise a host of health benefits. From hearty soups and lip-smacking starters to heartwarming lunch and dinner recipes, the variety of winter meals bowl us over. However, no one prefers to spend long hours in the kitchen. In fact, we all want to slip into the layers of blankets, relish the food, and probably doze off instantly. Sounds perfect; isn't it? Serving your demands the right way, we have handpicked a bunch of yummy winter recipes for you. And the best part is, you can make each of them in just 15 minutes.
Here Are 7 Winter-Special Recipes That You Can Prepare In 15 Minutes:
This winter, keep yourself warm with a bowl of hot chicken soup. Vegetables and chicken chunks are smeared in a yummy broth, and the soup is ready in just 10 minutes.
Saute the onions and green chillies with spices like turmeric powder and garam masala in the cooker. Add keema, steamed rice,and cook for 6-8 minutes. And, the pulao is ready. Save the recipe.
3.Palak Aloo Tikki
Winter season calls for hearty spinach (palak) dishes. These delectable palak aloo tikkis make for an ideal snack to munch on.
Another dish which gets ready in no time is palak vada. Sounds delicious? For this dish, spinach is paired with dry fenugreek leaves, green chillies and ginger along with the desi spices. What we love the most is, it is both healthy and tasty.
5.Peshawari Chapli Kebab
Minced mutton mixed with traditional spices make for these juicy kebabs, which melt in our mouth in just no time. This simple, easy, and irresistible recipe is waiting for your attention.
6.Gond Ke Laddoo
When desi ghee is mixed with wheat flour, dry fruits and cardamom powder, the result is a tasty plate of gond ke laddoo. A tip for all health enthusiasts - you can replace sugar powder with jaggery powder.
7.Almond and Sesame Pinni
This traditional Punjabi dessert - a mix of almonds and sesame seeds - is a winter favourite. Trust us, you just can't resist this one!
Gorge on these yummy winter delicacies and enjoy! Happy Winters!