Winter season is here and cold and cough are normal now. Here are some recipes you can try to boost your immunity and say goodbye to seasonal cold and cough!
Winter came earlier than we anticipated this year, and while we are not really complaining, we are also aware that there is no room for risky behaviour. We must take all necessary steps to boost our immunity because this time of year is when it tends to suffer. During this period of transition, a lot of people have colds, coughs, and flu. Now is an excellent time to make some dietary changes. Maybe warm, soothing foods should take the place of everything cold. We have a lot of favourite winter recipes, and we're willing to guess that you would too.
This well-known tea preparation, which is flavoured with spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and star anise, is packed with antioxidants that fight disease. Once you give it a try, you'll understand why it ranks among the most renowned drinks ever.
This mild-flavoured soup is seasoned with herbs and spices, which give it an alluring flavour. This hearty soup is perfect for a light dinner and may simultaneously calm your throat and soul.
For many of us, the immensely delectable and traditionally Indian dish saag makes the wait for winter worthwhile. A mixture of winter greens like sarso, methi, and palak can be used to make saag. The ideal pairing for this rich and delectable dish is frequently makki ki roti.
A wintertime favourite that we can never have enough of is gur, or jaggery. Antioxidants and minerals like zinc and selenium found in jaggery help boost your immunity naturally. Masala gur is an intriguing dish that has the health benefits of numerous superfoods, including jaggery, ghee, ginger, and others.
Panjiri is a dry powdered concoction composed of many spices that may boost your immune system. Both children and adults will love it. Don't skimp on the nuts and dry fruits in this dessert because they greatly enhance the flavour.
Crispy parathas are produced with just the best ingredients, including methi leaves, ginger, chilies, and herbs of choice. Eat it while dipping it into yoghurt.