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5 Recipes That are Perfect for Chilly Winter Evenings

Tuesday December 19, 2017 8:34 AM, Anika Sabahat,

Winter Recipes

Winter evenings are generally spent enjoying a warm cup of coffee or tea along with a plate of hot snacks. The best evening snacks are those that alleviate your hunger completely and satisfy every craving. Moreover, your body demands more during those freezing days to keep warm. Therefore, instead of gorging on sugary or fatty treats, you should try these wholesome and filling homemade winter snacks that will keep you going. Here are some of our easy winter snack recipes to prepare and dig in while the season lasts.

Paneer Bread Roll

Crumble paneer in a bowl and preheat oil in a pan. When the oil is sufficiently hot, add capsicum and green peas into it and sauté for a while. Now add paneer, green chili, ginger, chaat masala, and salt - sauté for 2 minutes. Keep stirring the mixture and add green coriander to it after it is cooked. Your bread roll stuffing is ready, so now you are required to preheat oil in a pan again. Put the paneer stuffing on bread slices and make rolls out of it. Place the rolls in oil for frying. Keep flipping the sides and keep frying until the rolls turn golden brown in colour.

Moon Daal Vadi ke Kebab

Boil vadi for about 3-4 minutes in water. After drying it, you are required to deep fry it on a medium flame for about 3-4 minutes. Then break it into pieces when it cools off. Now, grind vadi with all the ingredients like tomato, paneer, garlic, ginger, capsicum, onion, coriander, and chilies, tomato. You can invest in a good grinder like Kent Grinder for this purpose. The KENT Turbo Grinder and Blender lets you prepare fresh food within minutes. After all the ingredients are grinded add salt to taste along with lemon juice, cream, and breadcrumbs. Then make balls out of the mixture and flatten them to make kebabs. Finally, cook the kebabs on a hot pan along with just 1 tbsp. oil till it turns brown on both sides.

Methi Pakoda

Start by mixing together besan, rava, ajwain, hing, onions, salt, and chilli powder. Now add enough water to make a batter with a thick consistency that falls off your spoon with some resistance. Then mix methi leaves with the batter and heat oil for deep frying. After that using a tablespoon, add a small portion of pakoda batter into the hot oil. Keep frying the pakodas until they turn golden brown. Dab the excess oil away from the pakodas and serve the delicious methi pakodas hot with ketchup or mint chutney

Vegetable Spring Roll

Start by heating oil in a broad non-stick pan. After the oil is hot, add carrots and sauté them for 2 minutes. Then add capsicum and sauté it for a minute, followed by adding spring onions and peas. Add salt and spices to the mixture and cook until the vegetables are a little soft. In the meantime, heat water on a separate pan and boil noodles in it. After which, you can strain the noodles and add them to the sautéed vegetables. Remove the noodles from heat and allow it cool down so that you can make rolls. Then use a sheet of rice paper, and put noodles on it to rolls. Deep fry it and serve hot.

Steamed Potato and Cheese Balls

Pressure cook potatoes along with a little water for about 2 whistles in the pressure cooker. The potatoes should only be par-boiled as the potatoes will be further cooked while they are steamed. Once boiled; keep the potatoes aside to air dry. Then peel and grate them along with cottage cheese. Mix together all ingredients in a mixing bowl and make small balls. Line the steamer with lettuce leaves and then place the balls on top of them. Steam the balls for 5 minutes. When you take the balls out of steamer, they will appear a little soggy. Let them sit for a minute before serving.

You can make these scrumptious dishes to make your chilly winter evenings perfect. All you need to do is invest in a decent quality non-stick pan and a good grinder like KENT grinder. These appliances will ensure a hassle-free cooking experience.

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