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Indian Foods to cook in January recipes


Last Updated : Jun 03,2018




Foods to enjoy in January

Winter is here, and with it come the best crops of bright and shiny fruits and veggies like strawberry and Carrots! It is time to enjoy the caress of the cold wind, just as we celebrated the monsoon and basked in the warm sun before that. Whatever form she takes on, Mother Nature is always resplendent and worth our love and attention!

Carrots are delicious eaten raw or cooked . Cooking carrots will bring out their natural sweetness. Take care not to overcook carrots, however, to ensure that they retain their maximum flavor and nutritional content. Enjoy our collection of Indian Carrot Recipes used in sweets, pickles, chutneys, salads, parathas, drinks and sabzis. Carrots are very good for the health of your eyes so have them daily.

List of 14 Top Fruits and Vegetables in season for January in India

1. Strawberry
2. Surti Papadi
3. Carrots
4. Kand called Purple Yam
5. Guava called Peru
6. Sweet Lime called Mosambi
7. Orange called Narangi
8. Fresh Green Garlic
9. Amla
10. Black Grapes
11. Pomegranate
12. Ponkh (Hurda)
13. Chawli leaves
14. Grapefruit
15. Figs

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Recipe# 41202
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