|Top 10 Indian Desserts that Everyone Loves|
Any preparations and any invitation remain unsatisfactory without the inclusion of dessert in Indian meals.
Today it is time to write about one of the special and most wanted recipe of Indian meals. I think, My family just cannot do without this– Indian Dessert.
The mouth-watering Indian Desserts are known all across the world. Even during the visit of the US’s President in our country, he was served with the famous Indian Malpua in the dessert option during dinner. Truly amazing- Indian desserts are world famous and I shall list a few of them in this article.
By and large Indian desserts mostly use sugar, milk and khoya as the staple and essential ingredients to make it. There is no denying the fact, that desserts give aappropriate end to any meal! Especially Indian desserts, ranging from Galub Jamuns,halwa, malpua to Payasam andKulfi, the most loved among all.
It is the most favorite north Indian dessert which is a must in every festival and occasion or celebration. The lovely dark red khoya fried and sugar dipped delicacy is irresistible. In winter people just keep on eating one after another the favorite hot gulab jamun so soft and so tasty.
Gajar ka halwa
|Gajar ka halwa|
Warm your winter and enlight the soul of your family and friends with the awesome smelling of almonds, cashews, deshi ghee, pistachio and condensed milk mixed with the grated carrot to give that perfect plate of orange gravy halwa. Yummy so delicious!
A melt-in-the-mouth dessert! Bengal's super hit sweet, made with cottage cheese, cardamom and saffron.
It is mostly prepared during Ganesh Chaturthi. The Sweet flour dumplings stuffed with coconut, jaggery, nutmeg and saffron. Steamed to perfection.
A Gujarati favorite made with hung curd. Few ingredients, great flavors! In this recipe mildly sweetened yogurt is studded with mango pieces and served with a zesty mango salad.
The South Indian version of kheer is known as payasam which is deliciously creamy, rice and milk dessert with cashews and raisins.
Barfi made with cashew nuts and milk, topped with silver varq. Usually exchanged as a sweet gift on special occasions and is a favorite sweet for children.
A popular frozen dessert that is rich, dense and creamy. A twist to the traditional recipe, this one is flavored with mango, chocolate or other flavor.
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