Famous Indian Sweets

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Indian Sweets

Sweets are liked by everyone around the world by kids as well as elders specially in India. Sweets in India are popularly known as Mithai. Especially at the times of festival, people all over India celebrate all their festivals with sweets there is no festival in which sweets are not involved. And we all know India is the land famous for its festival, which means sweets in India are sold all around the year. And Not just Festive time but also after meals people carve for sweets, after having lunch as well as dinner.


List of Some famous Indian sweets


Gulab jamun

Gulab Jamun is a dessert famous in India for its sweet and delightful flavor. These are the kneaded balls that are deep-fried in ghee or vegetable oil and are soaked in sugar syrup.

Kheer

It is the most famous dessert of India specially made at the times of celebration. This sweet is considered to be one of the oldest desserts of India. This rice pudding is believed to be originated 2000 years ago made up of rice, milk, sugar, and dried fruits like almond and cashews, etc

Ras malai

It is a famous Indian dessert, loved by everyone. It is one of the most recommended Indian sweets and can be found all over India. Rasmalai is made from cottage cheese also known as paneer, soaked in delightful sweet saffron milk syrup and garnished with saffron and grated pistachios


Modak

This famous Indian sweet is made in the shape of a dumpling or momos. Modaks are specially prepared in Maharashtra, at the time of Ganesh puja. It is believed that modak is the favorite sweet of Lord Ganesha. Modak is made with rice flour filled with sweet grated coconut filling.

Gajar ka halwa

Gajar ka halwa is a popular Indian dessert found throughout the year but it is specially made in winters with freshly harvested carrots. This sweet dish is prepared with grated carrots sugar milk and cream with a lot of dried fruits

Gujiya

This Indian sweet is specially made at the time of Holi. Gujiya is made up of all-purpose flour with a sweet filling made up of Mawa or khoya and sun-dried fruits and deep-fried in ghee or vegetable oil. You can find gujiya dipped with sweet syrup as well as without sweet syrup, therefore for those who are diabetic and also try the unsweetened version of gujiya.

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