Indian Comfort And Wholesome Dishes For Winter
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Some people link gluttony and "comfort food." However, if the study's findings—which were reported in the International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science—are to be believed, comfort foods don't necessarily have to be indulgent or harmful. In actuality, what further relieves our stress is more about the comfort it delivers. As a result, after a long, exhausting day, you would find yourself yearning for something comforting. The hippocampus, insula, and caudate are the regions of the brain that are supposed to control your mood, for the uninitiated. These three regions are active during episodes of food cravings, according to studies.

Dal chawal

The most well-known dish in Indian cuisine may be dal. It is adaptable, healthful, and readily available all year long. With the dal recipe, you can be as inventive as you like. The only thing you have to do is serve the dal with some steamed rice and relish.

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It might be the quickest supper you can make. Rice, dal, and spices are combined, and sabzi is pressure-cooked. Then quickly put up a healthy lunch by adding papad, achar, and dahi.

Rajma chawal

For Punjabis, rajma-chawal is the epitome of excess. A bowl of rajma never fails to win hearts, whether it is at the end of a long day or during a festive feast.

Sambar rice

Sambar and rice, one of the most popular South Indian dishes, are a flavorful lunch any time of day. It gives your meal a powerful scent and is acidic and spicy.


Dosa, a South Indian dish, is well-liked throughout India (and abroad). Dosa is a thing; it's a crispy crepe that goes well with chutney and sambar as a meal. The nice aspect is that you can make various dosa varieties at home.