Winter Delicacies of India! – Beautiful Nature

No winter is too cold when you have good food to keep you warm. We’re here to tell you about it winter delicacies of India that all foodies should try to beat the winter blues this season!

Rasam

Imagine yourself in one of the hill stations of South India, the cool misty weather and you enjoy the traditional soup grater. This south Indian delicacy is a must try this winter.

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Hot Gulab Jamun with ice cream

Hmm…I know what you’re thinking – when you spread your favorite ice cream on a hot gulab jamun and pop it in your mouth! Yes, the feeling is heavenly and we all share the mutual feeling.

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Masala Khichri

If you don’t want to cook anything on a lazy winter night, try masala khichri with some pickle. The great taste of this dish will help you beat the winter blues.

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Stuffed parathas with hot chai

India loves chai and especially when it is freezing there. Add some hot stuffed parathas to this and you have a great combination!

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Kosha Mangsho

Ask any bengali kosha mangsho and they will tell you how irresistible the dish is. And if you take a trip to Kolkata this winter, try the nolen gurer sandesh!

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Undhiyo

This dish is made of winter vegetables like carrots, green peas, egg plant and is a famous dish of Gujarat. For all the vegetarians out there, this delicacy is a must try.

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Moong Dal Pakora / Mirchi Bajji

Yumm… the list of winter delicacies is not complete without mentioning the delicious moong dal pakora or the spicy one mirchi bajji. Pack what packaging of bajji before continuing to read the story!

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Rogan Josh

This Kashmiri dish is a favorite among meat lovers. This oh-so-spicy curry is best paired with hot rice.

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Only when

Only when is a famous cuisine of East India. Try the dish when winter is at its peak with some mashed potatoes or brinjal bharta.

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Sarson da Saag

Burrraahh! Makki ki roti sarson ka saag– Yes, this dish is something no enthusiast can do without. Visit Amritsar this winter and try this wintry delicacy for yourself.

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You must have read about 29 states 29 food before, but this time, try it winter delicacies of India. So get out of your comfy blanket and we bet it’s sure to beat the winter blues out of you. Happy winter people!

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