‘Tis the Season! Our Best Winter Recipes


The Google Doodle that marks the beginning of the holiday season reads ‘Tis the Season. The phrase has been borrowed from a Christmas album ‘Tis the Season by American singer Vince Gill and Australian singer Olivia Newton-John. It’s a beautiful collection of Christmas carols and was released by Hallmark Entertainment in the year 2000. While the theme of the album, ‘Tis the Season is Christmas, the Google Doodle speaks of so much more. It stands for everything fun, fabulous and festive. Simply put, ‘Tis the Season is just another way of referring to whatever may be in season and for us it’s the season to indulge!

With Christmas and New Year just around the corner, make the most of what the season has to offer. From garden fruits and veggies to winter warmers, we bring you the brightest stars of the season. ‘Tis the Season of festivity where the mood soars high and good food adds volumes to your celebrations. We have a full-fledged festive menu all chalked out and ready for you. From ruby red beetroots and juicy oranges to sensational spinach and radiant carrots, take your pick and cook up a storm. Serve in style the best of our winter recipes.

Sarson Ka Saag – Recipe by Chef Meraj Ul Haque

Everything you crave in winter is all bundled up in one dish. Creamy, healthy and unbelievable delicious -sarson ka saag cooked with bathua and served with butter. You won’t stop till you’re done till the last bite.

Spiced Spinach Soup with Cottage Croutons – Recipe by Chef Vicky Ratnani

Gorgeous spinach soup with a spicy Indian twist. All you need is some spinach leaves, mustard seeds, curry leaves and soft, small chunks of cheese croutons.


Gajar Ka Halwa – Recipe by Chef Akhtar Rehman

The smell of this carrot halwa will pull you to the kitchen in just minutes. Grated carrot cooked in condensed milk and mixed with cinnamon and cardamom. And if that wasn’t enough it’s also laced with crunchy almonds and pistachios.


Mili Thakur