Old Delhi is a treasure trove of delicious delights.
The winter season in the capital city is at its peak. While, many would prefer to simply be in the comfort of their quilts, there are some like us who would love to go out and celebrate the winter breeze. And, when we speak of celebrating the season, thankfully the capital has a lot to offer. Think of shakarkandi ki chaat, daulat ki chaat, kulhad ki chai, among many other things. But what makes the winter season most awaited in north India is the good old gajar ka halwa. The aromatic winter treat made with grated carrot, milk, sugar and ghee is something none of us can resist. But did you know there is a variety in gajar ka halwa too?
A trip to the bylanes of Purani Dilli’ can make you discover why Delhi is known to be a foodie’s paradise. With countless nooks and corners serving heart-warming delights swarming the walled area, we can’t help but go back to it every now and then. And the recent visit to Old Delhi gave us another gem to relish this winter season- safed (white) gajar ka halwa.