5 Types Of Shorba To Be Enjoyed This Winter
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With cold, chilly winds blowing all across the world, we love indulging in comforting foods. In this season we crave something warm and wholesome. Winter season welcomes an array of delicacies. These winter special delicacies are enjoyed by people of all age groups. One of the most comforting foods of all ages is shorba.  

Shorba is the desi soup and the word has been derived from the Arabic language. Shorba is prepared with veggies or meat along with spices. Common ingredients include onions, garlic, tomatoes, and a variety of spices like cumin, coriander, and turmeric. It is warm and comforting and provides warmth from within. Over the years, people have experimented with Shorba in several ways and have come up with multiple recipes. Today you’ll get a variety of Shorba as per your taste preference. Take a look at some of them:  

  • Dal Palak Shorba  

This shorba is packed with protein and made with the goodness of dal and palak. The addition of ginger and garlic adds an extra zing to it. It is ideal for those who are on a weight loss journey. Add some cream and squeeze a generous amount of lemon to it before serving hot.  

  • Tamatar Shorba  

Tomatoes find a way to almost every winter delicacy. This year, enjoy their tanginess in the form of shorba. It features a blend of ripe and juicy tomatoes combined with a whole lot of spices and herbs. This shorba will tend to keep you warm on the chilly nights. You can enjoy it by pairing with a slice of bread.   

  • Bhutte Ka Shorba  

If you’re in love with bhutte (corn), you’re sure to fall in love with this shorba. It is prepared by mixing corn flour with milk and a whole lot of flavourful masalas. It also includes whole pieces of corn, which add texture and crunchiness to the shorba. It is super light and comforting and something you would definitely love to try this winter. 

  • Chicken Shorba  

In our winter special shorba list, we can’t miss out on classic chicken shorba. This is the desi version of the chicken soup, but it is a lot more delicious. It is high in protein and keeps you filled for a long time. Garnish with whole coriander leaves and enjoy it on wintery nights.  

  • Moong Dal Shorba  

This is one of the most healthy and flavourful shorba of all the items provided above. This dish is made with moong dal and it is a healthy winter diet recipe. Besides, it is one of the most easily made shorbas of all time. It will also help you to beat the infections and viral in the winter season.