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Burning hearth and a hot cup of coffee – are some of the things that come to the mind when we think of winter evenings. But don’t you want to make them better and special?
Chilly weather, burning hearth and a hot cup of coffee – are some of the things that come to the mind when we think of winter evenings. But don’t you want to make them better and special? If you are nodding your head but have no idea how to do so, folks worry not as we are here to help you.
We all know that good food can make any season a great one and if you get a good platter while tucked in your blanket, it is no less than heaven on earth. To make your chilly winter evenings special, I have brought to you some of the easiest and best food recipes that you can relish with your loved ones.
You will fall in love with this simple, yet savouring dish made with sweet potatoes. Though it can be prepared in many ways, if you want to try something new with this, then make this dish and earn praises from your family. One of the popular vegetables of the winter season, sweet potatoes are also rich in vitamins and minerals with a high amount of fiber content that is beneficial for the body. So, make it today and relish a tasty evening!
Just as yummy as it sounds, Pasta Con Pomodoro E Basilico is that dish which will make everyone a fan of your culinary skills. And don’t worry as this snack is quite easy to prepare. Moreover, if you have a pasta making machine by brands like KENT, you can prepare it in minutes. You just need tangy tomatoes, virgin olive oil, garlic, fresh basil and Parmesan cheese. Check out the recipe online and begin the preparation of the small winter feast.
Moong Daal Pakodas or Ram Laddoo as it is popularly called is one of the famous street foods in Delhi. Topped with shredded radish, these insanely crispy and crunchy moong dal pakodas are served with tangy chutneys. If you are a tea lover, you can also couple this tantalizing dish with a hot cup of tea and your dull evenings will turn spicy special.
Who can say no to this famous Indian dessert in winters? Its popularity and the lip-smacking taste is the reason that we have included Gajar ka halwa in our list of dishes that can make your winter evenings special. Simple to make, you just need grated carrots, milk, sugar and nuts that are stirred and cooked together. So, say yes to this yummy dish and get ready for a sweet sunset!
After all the mouth-watering dishes, here comes the turn of luscious beverages. As the name suggests, Red Wine Hot Chocolate is a tasty combination of our favourite red wine and chocolate that is perfect for a chilly winter evening you wish to spend with your loved ones. So, prepare it with love and sweetness, and there will be no evening better than the one spent sipping this gloriously boozy beverage.
Quite a tempting list, isn’t it? Then don’t wait and choose the one that you are going to prepare today and make your winter evening special for all. If you have a pasta making machine at home, then it will be good, to begin with, Pasta Con Pomodoro E Basilico but the winter evening is yours, and so is the choice of dish to make it special. So, eat well and stay healthy this winter season!
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