Latest Sweets Recipes
Traditional Gujarati Sweet eaten during fasting days and also made during festivals like Diwali.
This delicious and simple desert is a great way to use up some of the dry fruits and nuts that you’re gifted during Diwali.
A favourite sweet from Maharashtra, this is made especially during Diwali.
Indian sweets or Mithai, consist of many different kinds of milk, sugar and flour-based confectioneries originating from the Indian sub-continent. Indians sweets are normally very rich in sugar and fat and take a long time to prepare. Common Indian sweets include kaju barfi, gulab jamun, milk peda, and jalebi.
Indian sweets are often eaten after meals as dessert. Best of the breed comes from most of northern and western part of India. They also come in a large variety of shapes, colours and sizes. Indian sweets also have a significance in Indian culture. Indian sweets are often presented during weddings and special occasions as something symbolic.