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Indian Sweet Dishes

Indian sweets or desserts are known to be mithai, it is an important element in Indian cuisine. Many Indian sweet dishes are fried foods made with sugar, milk, or condensed milk. Ingredients in the sweet dish varies with the region. Like for example most of the milk product based sweet dishes are made more in eastern part of India. Some of the top 11 Indian sweet dishes are mentioned below, which are irresistible and i guess everyone must taste it once in their lifetime. The list of Indian sweet dishes goes on but the top 11 sweet dishes mentioned below are the best to have once in your lifetime.

List Of Indian Sweet Dishes

1. Ghevar

Indian Sweet Dishes
Indian Sweet Dishes – ghevar

is the Rajasthani sweet dish which is generally taken in the month of Sawan with the Teej Festival. It comes in various shapes disc-shaped or can be in square shaped sweet cake made with all purpose flour and is soaked in sugar purpose. It comes in various varieties which includes plain, mawa, and malai ghevar.

 

2. Rasgulla

Indian Sweet Dishes
Indian Sweet Dishes – rasgulla

Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert popular in the West Bengal, Kolkata, basically regions with South Asian diaspora. It is in ball shaped and made from dumplings of chhena. Main ingredients are basically chhena and sugar. It can br served hot, cold, or at room temperature.

 

3. Kaju Katli

Indian Sweet Dishes
Indian Sweet Dishes – kaju katli

Kaju katli also known as kaju katari or kaju barfi. It is a barfi basically. Kaju means cashew nut in hindi.  It’s place of origin is India. Its main ingredients include cashew nuts, sugar and ghee.  You can even get the sugar free version of this sweet.

 

4. Gajar Ka Halwa

Gajar Ka Halwa
Gajar Ka Halwa

It can also be known as gajrela or gajorer halwa. Place of origin is Bangladesh, Pakistan, and North India. It is served with a garnish of almonds and pistachios. It’s main ingredients include carrots, milk, water, ghee, and sugar.The nuts and other items used are first sauteed in ghee, a clarified butter. It can be served hot or cold anyway.

 

5. Ras Malai

Ras Malai
Ras Malai

Ras malai or rossomalai. Where ‘ras’ means juice and ‘malai’ means cream. It is considered to be ‘a rich cheesecake without a crust’. Place of origin is West Bengal and India. ain ingredients include chhena, malai and sugar.

 

6. Sohan Papdi

Sohan Papdi

Sohan papdi is also known as patisa, son papri, sohan papdi or shonpapri. It is usually in cube-shaped or served as flakes and has a crisp and flaky texture. Place of origin is India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Its main ingredients include gram flour, sugar, flour, milk and cardamom. Its food energy (per serving) is 30 kcal.

 

7. Falooda

Falooda
Falooda

Also know as faloodah, it is a cold dessert popular in India. It is made from mixing the rose syrup, vermicelli, sweet basil seeds and pieces of jelly with mil often topped off with a scoop of ice cream. If served cold it is best you can have.

 

8. Kheer

Kheer
Kheer

Kheer is basically the rice pudding that is made by boiling the rice, broken wheat, tapioca or vermicelli with milk and sugar, also to add flavour they add cardamom, pistachios, cashews, saffron, raisins and almonds. Place of origin is India. It is served hot. cold or moderate.

 

9. Jalebi

Jalebi
Jalebi

Jalebi is also known as zulbia, it is very popular in countries of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa. It is usually made by deep frying maida flour batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are afterward soaked in the sugar syrup. It can be served hot or cold. Also we can put jalebi in cold milk to have an exotic taste.

10. Maalpua

Maalpua
Maalpua

It is basically the pancake which is served as a dessert or a snack. It is popular in India and Bangladesh. Malpua is one of the most popular buyouts in the streets of Puri in Odisha. Its main ingredients includes Plain flour, rice flour, sugar ,and coconut.

 

11. Sandesh

Sandesh
Sandesh

Sandesh is a Bengali dessert and is made with milk and sugar. Place of origin is India and Bangladesh. Some recipes of Sandesh use chhena or paneer instead of milk itself.

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