Irresistible culinary creations are a part of most festivals in India. The first festival of the year, Makar Sankranti is celebrated throughout the country with a variety of sweets and savoury dishes. While til laddoos, peanut chikkis, and gajak immediately comes to mind, there are many more food items that are made as a part of this joyous harvest festival.
Whether it is Pongal in the South or Moong Dal Khichdi in the north, each dish is a delight, full of comforting flavours. These dishes nourish your body with essential nutrients, ensuring good health during this time of weather change.
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