Til is a commonly used ingredient in Indian cuisine and here are some delicious ways you can use it to stay warm and energetic during the winter season.
Til gur papdi recipe needs just two ingredients - til and gur. Also, it can be made in all of 10 minutes. It is just the healthy and crunchy munchie you need this winter.
The time and effort it takes to make this sweet delight has us in awe. See the video yourself to know how Gwaliors til ki chikki is made.
Til papadi is a light, crunchy snack which is widely popular in Rajasthan.
Sesame seeds have been a part of traditional medical practice for ages. Several health experts have also treasured til gajjak, rewari etc as warm foods during the winters.
This til ki chutney recipe gives a nutty twist to creamy coconut chutney and produces a unique side dish, which is tasty and healthy too.
Til ki chikki is a popular festive treat that is made with just three ingredients - sesame seeds, gur and ghee. This sweet snack is commonly made for Makar Sakranti feast.
Til Paneer Pakoda recipe: Try this pakoda made with paneer, smeared with a whole lot of til to make a truly warming snack that your entire family would love.
As Makar Sankranti is almost here, we bring you a delicious recipe that can spruce up your festive spread in just no time. It's called til halwa.
Considered to be a superfood, sesame seeds are a storehouse of nutrients. Below are the 5 reasons to include til in your winter diet.