Punjab Calling At a North Indian House it s Winters when you have Makke Di Roti With butter and some Dahi Yes I never eat Makke Di Roti with Sarson da saag In fact I love saag with rice Also this is a late post I had my dinner almost 2 hrs ago coz I prefer a gap of 2 hrs between sleep and dinner Always up for seasonal and local food Winters call for good green vegetables bajra and makkai in roti options A lot of people don t prefer curd in the evenings let me tell you Ghar ka Dahi does no harm I have been having it since childhood even during winters Happy Eating Healthy Eating

Punjab Calling ! 
At a North Indian House, it’s Winters when you have Makke Di Roti With butter and some Dahi. 
Yes, I never eat Makke Di Roti with Sarson da saag. In fact I love saag with rice. Also this is a late post, I had my dinner almost 2 hrs ago, coz I prefer a gap of 2 hrs between sleep and dinner. Always up for seasonal and local food. Winters call for good green vegetables, bajra and makkai in roti options. A lot of people don’t prefer curd in the evenings, let me tell you Ghar ka Dahi does no harm, I have been having it since childhood, even during winters. Happy Eating :) Healthy Eating !

Punjab Calling !
At a North Indian House, it’s Winters when you have Makke Di Roti With butter and some Dahi.
Yes, I never eat Makke Di Roti with Sarson da saag. In fact I love saag with rice. Also this is a late post, I had my dinner almost 2 hrs ago, coz I prefer a gap of 2 hrs between sleep and dinner. Always up for seasonal and local food. Winters call for good green vegetables, bajra and makkai in roti options. A lot of people don’t prefer curd in the evenings, let me tell you Ghar ka Dahi does no harm, I have been having it since childhood, even during winters. Happy Eating :) Healthy Eating !

Punjab Calling ! At a North Indian House, it’s Winters when you have Makke Di Roti With butter and some Dahi. Yes, I never eat Makke Di Roti with Sarson da saag. In fact I love saag with rice. Also this is a late post, I had my dinner almost 2 hrs ago, coz I prefer a gap of 2 hrs between sleep and dinner. Always up for seasonal and local food. Winters call for good green vegetables, bajra and makkai in roti options. A lot of people don’t prefer curd in the evenings, let me tell you Ghar ka Dahi does no harm, I have been having it since childhood, even during winters. Happy Eating :) Healthy Eating !

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