During winters we also see a change in taste preferences - we crave for hot and spicy foods as well as want to indulge in something hot and sweet, which in reality is our nemesis.
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.
Enriched with the goodness of nutrients et al, this winter vegetable has always been a popular choice among the dieters who look to shed some extra kilos.
Made with cauliflower, onion, tomato and a pool of spices, it is a semi-gravy-based dish that goes well with roti and paratha.
Winter Diet: Parantha is undoubtedly one of the most droolworthy dishes. Why not make the most of seasonal vegetables and pair them with paranthas?
Mira Kapoor shared a click of her delicious and wholesome winter dinner that she had, and the meal indeed was a picture of good health.
Immunity: Bajra (Pearl Millet) flour is commony used to make roti in Indian households. If you like the taste of bajra roti, tikki made with it and til tastes even better.
The process of pickling/fermentation helps enhance the nutritional value of the vegetables/fruits/spices used in a particular recipe.