Recipes to keep you warm this winter

New Delhi – Winters mean hot chocolate, lots of chai and coffee…and snacks to go with them. It also leads to putting on those extra pounds…, OZiva, a leading plant-based nutrition and wellness brand, asks its in-house dietitian and nutritionist, Nidhi Shah, to share some guilt-free recipes to keep you warm this season. .

Til Laddoo without sugar


1 cup sesame seeds

? cup of nuts

13-14 almonds

3 tablespoons pumpkin seeds

3 tablespoons of flax seeds

� cup soaked chia seeds

5-6 appointments

2 tablespoons raisins

1 teaspoon cardamom powder

� teaspoon ground cinnamon

� tablespoon of OZiva organic vegetable protein


1. Soak chia seeds in water for about 20-30 minutes

2. Soak the raisins and dates for about 15-20 minutes

3. Strain the water and blend the soaked chia seeds, dates and raisins into a fine paste

4. Dry the roasted sesame seeds until the color turns light brown

5. In another pan, dry toast the almonds + walnuts + pumpkin seeds

6. Separately roasted flaxseeds

7. Let them cool and mix all the roasted nuts and seeds into powder

8. Mix the paste, nut powder and sesame seeds together

9. Add cardamom powder, cinnamon powder and OZiva organic vegetable protein

10. Mix well and bind in ladoos in small portions

11. Leave to cool for 10 minutes in the refrigerator

Hot chocolate


4 cups of milk

Powdered jaggery to taste

3 tablespoons cocoa powder

50g dark chocolate


1. Pour the milk into the saucepan over low heat and add the cocoa powder

2. Always until there are no more lumps

3. Heat for 1 minute

4. Add jaggery powder

5. Add ground cinnamon (if desired)

6. Mix well and add the dark chocolate pieces

7. Keep stirring until ready


Ragi Idli


1 cup ragi flour

½ cup urad dal

1 cup rawa

1 inch of ginger

1 green chilli

1 teaspoon mustard seeds

10-12 curry leaves

Salt, to taste

1 teaspoon of OZiva organic vegetable protein

A pinch of baking soda


1. Rinse the urad dal and let it soak for 4-5 hours

2. Soak the rawa in a separate bowl for 4 hours

3. Filter the water from the dal and the rawa

4. Mix and make a smooth paste from the soaked dal

5. Add rawa soaked in batter

6. Add the raki flour

7. Mix and aerate

8. Fermentation for 8-9 hours or overnight

9. Mix the barter well

10. Heat ghee in a pan

11. Add mustard seeds and curry leaves

12. Add crushed ginger and green chillies

13. Add a little water and cook

14. Add it to Barter

15. Add a pinch of baking soda and OZiva organic vegetable protein

16. Grease the idli mold

17. Fill the dough into the mold and let it steam for 12-15 minutes (IANS)

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