Top 10 Indian food to keep body warm.

As soon as the temperature starts to drop down, our energy levels go low.

The freezing temperatures during winter give you a tough time as your metabolism in the body tends to slow down and as a result, your body loses the energy to fight the cold.

Sarson ka Saag is a favorite during the cold North Indian winters, especially when paired with Makki Ki Roti.

Making this authentic dish is not hard, but it does take some time.

Carrot poriyal made with carrots, spices and coconut is a vegan recipe.

Poriyal are veggies based dry dishes from the Tamil Nadu cuisine.

In this recipe, initially the carrots are cooked with a few spices.

Once the carrots are cooked, some coconut is added.