Indian Winter Sabzis, Foods to cook in January
Best Indian Winter Sabzis, Foods to cook in January. Indian Winter Sabzis, Dals, Raits, Cakes to cook 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!
Beet Treat, Carrot Beet and Apple Juice
Indian winter recipes using carrots
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. Try our gajjar ka halwa, carrot pickle or carrot methi sabzi.
Carrot Methi Subzi ( Vitamin A and Vitamin C Rich Recipe )
Indian winter recipes using surti papadi
An Indian Winter delight, Surti papdi. Usually every Winter in India, we get a surplus supply of fresh green beans which are delicious to eat and have unique taste. The whole beans look almost like green peas with shells on. The shells are harder than green peas. Vibrantly delicious flavor, wonderful texture and a wealth of health-promoting nutrients.
Our most common use of Surti Papadi has got to be Gujarati Undhiyu recipe. undhiyu is a classic Gujarati vegetable from the city of Surat and hence also called Surti undhiyu and famously uses a lot of surti papadi.
Oondhiya, Undhiyu, Gujarati Undhiyu Recipe
Indian winter recipes using amla
Come winter, the market is flooded with amla. Most people make it into pickles, while others explore newer ways of consuming it like juices or chutneys.
Have you ever thought of making a subzi with this vitamin C rich fruit? Amla is a very beneficial berry, with anti-inflammatory properties.
By cooking it into a subzi, you get an opportunity to consuming a larger portion than as a pickle. This unique Amla Sabzi is flavoured with an interesting mix of seeds like coriander and fennel.
Amla Sabji, Indian Gooseberry Accompaniment
Hands down the most famous recipe made with amlas is the Rajasthani Amla Murabba. This is essentially pickled amla in sugar syrup till they are candied and give the perfect balance of sweet and sour. This recipe is mostly made in the winters as amlas are most available then.
Indian winter recipes using ponkh
Ponk, as it is popularly known in Surat, India and surrounding areas is a variety of roasted millet available only in this part of the world. Ponk is usually available only during colder winter months, from November through February. Peak season is December and January.
During a short time in the winter, the jowar or white millet seeds turn out very juicy and tender. Farmers keep watching out for this young seed, called ponkh, which is immediately harvested.
Here is a Healthy Ponkh Snack, which requires no cooking. Just toss the tender seeds with a few seasonings and a dash of lemon juice, and you have a mouth-watering snack that none can resist.
Healthy Ponkh Snack, No Cooking
Indian winter recipes using Green Chawli leaves.
We love this healthy Chawli Leaves Sukhi Sabzi made with minimal ingredients. Chawli Leaves Sukhi Subzi gives you an opportunity to experience and appreciate the fresh flavour of the chawli leaves without hiding it under loads of spices.
Chawli Leaves Sukhi Subzi, Amarnath Subzi
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