4 Yummy Comfort Foods To Keep You Warm This Winter
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Temperatures have begun dipping, and the cool breeze tells us that winter is finally here! It's that time of the year again, when our wardrobe changes from all things light and breezy to warm and comforting, and our regular meals follow suit. The cold weather makes us want to curl up in our bed with a blanket and eat something delicious, doesn't it? Speaking of indulging in comfort foods, it’s the time for hot chocolates, soups, and one-pot meals. We can't help but crave something simple, wholesome, and warm to enjoy the season. Wondering what to have? We’ve got some classic comfort dishes to keep you warm through the winter. Here they are: 

1. Mutton Stew 

Stews come in handy when you are craving something wholesome, delicious, light, and easy. A well-made stew has the power to fill your stomach and heart at the end of a long and tiring day. The versatility of the dish is such that you can make a meaty mutton stew or even a simple vegetable one. However, chilly winter evenings call for a warm mutton stew that is not just fulfilling but also super flavourful.  

2. Rasam Rice 

A quick and comforting meal, rasam with rice is a south Indian staple. It has been the ultimate combination for many Indians on occasions we have wanted a meal that is light on stomach yet full of flavour and nutrition. The tanginess of the rasam is absorbed by the rice, making it a delicious and wholesome meal. 

3. Chicken Noodle Soup 

Imagine relishing a comforting bowl of noodle soup, with wholesome flavours and tender chicken chunks tossed in together, on a cold, windy evening. Isn’t that the best way to spend winter? This one-pot meal is bound to bring comfort. 

4. Khichdi 

One of the oldest delicacies in Indian cuisine, khichdi is a one-pot dish that is made with a mix of rice and dal. Khichdi is a wholesome and warm dish that brings about a sense of comfort during the bone-chilling weather, and also during sick days. Khichdi can be made as light or as wholesome and nutrient-dense as you want, as it can be customised according to our taste and preferences.