Unprotected Food: 6 Winter Foods Immune Defenses We Swear

It's a good time to change your diet. Maybe replace all the cold stuff with warm and comforting food. There are many winter recipes we swear, and we bet you will love them too.

 Unprotected Food: 6 Winter Foods Immune Defenses We Swear

This year winter has come sooner than we expected, and while we are not really complaining, we also know that there is no amount of negligence. We need to do everything we can to strengthen our immune system, because this is the time of year when we take the beating. 

Many people experience colds, coughs and flu during this stage of change. It's a good time to change your diet. Maybe replace all the cold stuff with warm and comforting food. There are many winter recipes we swear, and we bet you will love them too.


Here are 6 winter recipes:

1. Masala Tea

Spiced with spices such as cadmium, cinnamon, cloves and star anise, this popular herbal remedy is rich in antioxidants. Try it once and you will know why it continues to be one of the most celebrated drinks ever. Click here for the recipe.

2. Carrot-Ginger Soup

This fragrant soup has spicy herbs and herbs that make the soup all the more appealing. Ideal for your first dinner, this warm soup can help soothe your throat and soul at the same time. Click here for the recipe.

3. Saag

Saag is well-prepared and delicious which makes winter worth the wait for many of us. Saag can be made from a combination of winter vegetables such as sarso, methi and palak. This powerful and nutritious treatment usually goes very well with makki ki roti. Click here for the recipe.

4. Masala Gur

Gur or jaggery is a winter staple that you can’t get enough of. Jaggery is full of antioxidants and minerals like zinc and selenium that help rejuvenate your immune system naturally. Masala gur is an exciting preparation that packs the beauty of so many foods like jaggery, ghee, ginger etc.


5. Panjiri

Panjiri is a dry powdered formula made with many spices that can help protect your body. Suitable for kids and adults alike, too. Be sure not to overcook the nuts and dried fruit here, they really add flavor to this dessert. Click here for the recipe.

6. Methi Thepla

Crispy and small parathas are made with the beauty of the leaves of the mat, ginger, pepper and selected herbs. Pair with yogurt and drain

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