Foods that keep you warm in Winters

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Chikki

Chikki is a combination of peanuts and jaggery; it is also referred as a nutritional bar and works as a substitute of chocolate in winters.

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Sarson Ka Saag

Another Winter-delicious food is Sarson ka Saa. It is a traditional food of Punjab and is usually served with Makke ki roti.

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Gajar Ka Halwa

Gajar ka Halwa is the most famous dessert of winter season in India. It is an Indian pudding made with fresh carrots, milk, sugar, ghee and nuts.

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Gond Ka Ladoo

Gond Ka Ladoo is one of the desert which can be eaten through out the year. It is made from edible gum taken from tree barks. These can make you super warm from inside.

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Beetroot Thoran

Beetroot Thoran is a South Indian winter food, which can be eaten with rice. A combination of sweets and spices, Beetroot thoran keeps our body warm in inside.

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Carrot Poriyal

Carrot Poriyal is another South Indian winter food which makes for one great winter food. It has the perfect balance of carrot sweet and chilly spices.

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Panjiri

Panjiri is a most delicious winter snack, made of lots of ghee, sugar and almonds.

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Paya Shorba

Paya Shorba is a non-vegetarian winter food. It is a mutton soup dish which keeps body warm in the cold weather.

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Raab

Raab is a winter drink. It constitutes of milet flour and sweet. It is also a traditional winter drink of Gujrat and Rajasthan.

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Til Pitha

Til Pitha is a traditional sweet dish of Assam. It is stuffed with sesame seeds and jaggery. It is a soft as well as crunchy.

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