If you live in the northern part of India, you must be suffering the winter blues. Literally. Instead of binging on sugary treats from the market, we suggest you try these home-made snacks that will keep you full longer.
1. Baked Sweet Potato Fries: Sweet potatoes are perfect winter food. Not only they are a rich source of fiber, vitamin A, and potassium, but also improve immunity and reduce inflammation. These are a great alternative to French fries. These easy-to-make fries just require cornflour, little oil, garlic powder, black pepper, paprika and salt and bake it for 10-15 minutes.
2. Parsi Mutton Cutlets: Winters are perfect for relishing mutton. These Parsi-style mutton cutlets are not only succulent and delicious too, offering loads of flavours of winter spices, including cloves and cinnamon. Apart from these, you need minced mutton, boiled potatoes, and ginger-garlic paste to make these little winter snacks.
3. Crispy Corn Kebabs: Corn kebabs are perfect winter snack. These kebabs are not only high on taste but also light on the tummy. These are made of corn, mashed potatoes and herbs. You just need to bind the ingredients together and fry / bake.
4. Bread Pizza: These feel-good hot, quick and easy-to-make pizzas are the perfect cheesy snacks for winters. You need white bread, cheese, chopped onion, tomato, capsicum, tomato sauce and oregano. You can even make these on a tawa.
5. Bread Samosa: Using bread as the outer samosa layer, add your stuffing made of mashed potato, peas, masala and fry in hot oil. You can bake these too.
6. Wheat Flour Dosa: What could possibly be better than any two-minute snack? Well, wheat flour dosa needs exactly two minutes to be served. It is another healthy and easy-to-make variation of the delicious South Indian dosa. This 3-ingredient dish needs a batter made from wheat, salt and water.
7. Chicken Kebab: Winter is the perfect weather to enjoy warm chicken and meat delicacies. To make the dish you need chicken, egg white, curd, lemon juice and loads of masalas like coriander, red chilli and ginger-garlic paste.
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