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Indian Sweets

December 11, 2008

 

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Indian desserts are very appealing and tempting. They come from different regions, many of which were developed for festivals. No matter what time of day it is, there is always room for these mouthwatering Indian Sweets (Indian Mithai).

A delicious meal is incomplete without sweet dishes such as gulab jamun, kulfi, gajjar or suji ka halwa. These all time favorites are also used during pooja and festivals. Indian sweets and desserts are garnished with raisins, almond and pistachio, all normally served after a meal.

Indian sweets that will definitely tantalize your tongue:

Shrikhand


This is a simple Indian dessert from Western India. It is made with strained yogurt flavored with cardamom, saffron and garnished with almonds and pista. It is important to use freshly ground cardamom seeds.

Rice Kheer from North India-Kheer made of rice and milk is served with hot wheat flour puris. Dip pieces of puri in this kheer and pop into the mouth!

Mango Ice Cream-A natural organic vanilla ice-cream made with mango puree from our store. This is quick and easy to make and a hit with the guests.

Carrot Pudding or Gajjar ka halwa-Carrot Pudding or Gajjar ka halwa is made of carrot and milk. It is one of the most popular dishes in North India.

Other famous Indian sweets include: Rasmalai, Mango Phirni, Malpua With Ice Cream, Badam Halwa, Kharjur Burfi, Besan Laddoo, Malai Peda, Yelline Holige, Suji Halwa, Avalakki Unde, Rice Kheer – Bengali Paaish, Mixed Fruit Halwa, Sooji Halwa and Rave Laddu.

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