9 Must Have Winter Delicacies Before We Say Goodbye To Winters

Winters are much waited time of the year as one gets to try some delicious, hot winter delicacies. So, as we give adieu to winters, let’s hurry and grab some winter specialties that one must have.


  1. Aloo Tikka

Piping hot aloo tikka in this cold windy weather is one of the most enjoyed street foods which is enjoyed by everyone at weddings, or even during a stroll in the market in evenings.

JB - Aloo Tikka

  1. Halwa

Gajar ka halwa and moong dal halwa, though have desi ghee topped on but no one can resist the aroma of these mouthwatering winter specialties.

JB - Halwa

  1. Ladoo

Gaund ke ladoo which every mother prepares to overcome the winter illness for their children which are rich in taste and nutritious. But at the same time the til ke ladoo prepared with the same warmth doesn’t take a day to finish the whole box.

JB - Ladoo

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  1. Barbeque

Winter get together are incomplete with a bonfire. Some people enjoy the dinners over drinking and barbeque cooking. Sethi’s is one such joint where you can get some yummy paneer as well as chicken tikkas and kebabs.

JB -  Paneer

JB - Barbeque

  1. Kadai wala Doodh

Kadai ka doodh paired with freshly taken out jalebi’s are a key to winter happiness.

JB - Doodh

  1. Omelette

One of the favorite winter breakfast snacks for Jaipurites nowadays is omellete that too of Sanjay Omelette. The streets are always full in winters as it offers some amazing and eye-opening list of around 150 varieties of egg recipes.

JB - Omelette

  1. Bajre Ka Kichda

Bajra /Millet is a patent grain of Rajasthan. The delicacies made of bajra like the kichda served with floating ghee on top is relished when served with powdered sugar.

JB - Bajra


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  1. Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are seasonal and are found in winters only. It is cooked, baked and even served and relished in the form of a salad, chaat or even eaten plain just roasted.

JB - Sweet Potato

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  1. Dal ke Pakode

While you sit with frozen hands and crave for some warmth, these garam garam dal pakode are a perfect cure and company for you. Try them on the street side stalls or just make them at home and don’t forget to serve with the green chutney 😉

JB - Pakoda

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