As the journey to the new year begins, it’s that time of the year when the festivities are encompassing the corner. Undeviatingly from preparations of sweets made with peanuts and til to exquisite savories, Lohri is on the board. And here are a few traditional and authentic food recipes that will make your Lohri festival pleasant.

Murmura Ladoo

Celebrations are never more intact without those delicacies and crunchies. Satisfy those in-between starvation stings while chewing on these crisp murmura ladoo that are an excellent treat for the wintertime.

Panjiri Recipe 

It is a Punjabi sweet food recipe made up of whole wheat flour. Panjiri is a dry sweet in which whole wheat flour is cooked in desi ghee, and then powdered sugar is added to this mix. 

Corn & Spinach Pattie

Doesn’t the name itself make your mouth watery? The dish is prepared by coupling both corn and spinach in the blend of typical Indian masalas. They are then deep-fried to end, and you can therefore have a fresh and savory snack on this joyful day. 

Peanut Gachak

The Lohri festival is incomplete without this savory dish. The dish is made with the help of jaggery (also known as Gur) and peanuts. Both of them are blended appropriately for the next level of delicious taste. 

Gajar Ka Halwa

If you happen to walk in the nearby area a day before Lohri, you will confront the luscious fume of Gajar Ka Halwa, flapping about in the atmosphere. It is a must prepare dish during the carnival and is cherished by one and all.

To wrap it up, these are some of the traditional and authentic food recipes that can make your Lohri more pleasant. Hopefully, this piece of information may better help you in your future endeavors.