Lohri Food 

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Sarson Ka Saag, Makki ki Roti 

Heartwarming saag coupled with makki ki roti and a big dollop of butter. This simple combo is one of the most celebrated Punjabi delicacies.

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Pindi Chane

Boiled chickpeas wrapped in masalas and cooked to perfection. Who can miss a flavorful dish like this? Serve with kulche or rice.

Gur Ki Roti

Jaggery enjoys great importance in Punjabi cuisine, especially during winter festivities. The sweetened Indian bread infused with gur tastes amazing.

Murmura Ladoo

Satisfy those evening hunger pangs and enjoy the festival while munching on these crisp ladoos that are a perfect winter treat.

Til ki Barfi

Sesame seeds, ghee, khoya and sugar are all that you need to create some delightful magic this Lohri.

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Dry Fruit Chikki

There's nothing quite like spending the chilly Lohri evening with a cup of tea and bits of nutty dry fruit chikki by your side.

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Til Ki Chikki

This delicious chikki made with sesame seeds and sugar or gur is commonly made during the festival of Lohri.

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Gur Ka Halwa

A handful of ingredients doused in unconditional love and generous doses of ghee, semolina and jaggery - this gur ka halwa is a must-try.

Chiraunji Makhana Kheer

Makhana and chiraunji with generous doses of fruits and milk make for a sensational dessert that the festival of Lohri is incomplete without.

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