Top 8 Indian Sweets that make you feel like Heaven

Mithais, or sweets  treats, are an integral part of Indian cuisine. While they are also central to Indian festivals. A number of these, like Laddu, originated in Ancient India, but several of them were introduced to our country by the Mughal rulers who came from Persia.

Sweets and Desserts are most important in our Indian meals. You will find one sweet item in Indian Thalis like Kheer, Payasam, Gulab Jamun, Barfi, etc.

Indians Cuisine is very rich and diverse. There are thousands of recipes, Every region has its specialty. In South India, Mysore Pak is very popular, Here in this post, Top Indian Sweets shared Which are treasured/favored by the viewers.

1. Gulab Jamun :
The good old delight was made with Khoya, deep-fried golden, and finally dipped in Saffron induced sugar syrup. Also a Festal favorite! You'll be surprised how easily you can try these at home. There are many ways of making Gulab Jamun and one such popular is Kala Jamun! 

Yummy! Kala Jamun is one of my favorite ones.

Gulab Jamun

2. Jalebi :

Amongst the many Indian Sweets, Jalebi holds the number 1 position.
it is quite popular all over South Asia and the Middle East. it is also called Zalabia, Julia, Jilapi in some areas.

What makes Jalebis so special?

Well! There Crisp, Crunchy, Syrupy, and Juicy makes it popular at every Indians Home, and especially the traditional method, taste, and texture make it more attractive and mouth-watering.

3. Rasgulla :

Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert originated from India and regions with South Asian diaspora. it is also very much liked in Bengal and also known Bengali rasogulla. It is made from semolina dough ball-shaped dumplings of chhena and (or by Curdling milk), cooked in light syrup made of sugar.

It is a juicy milk-based sweet loved by peoples all over India.

4. Ladoo :

Laddu or Laddoo is a sweet originated from the Sanskrit word Latika, popular in the Indian subcontinent and made by every Indian family on Festive seasons, Pooja, and Special Occasions.

Ingredients: Laddus are primarily made from flour, fat, and sugar such as chopped nuts and/or dried raisins are also added.

Boondi Laddu, Besan Laddu, Coconut Laddu are some of the types of laddu and served on Festivals such as Raksha Bandhan and Diwali, etc.

5. Moong ka Halwa:

Talking about Halwa, Moong Dal Halwa is an addictive variety made from moong and butter(ghee). it's mouth-watering and the taste is just out of the world.

Well, This is time taking process it takes a lot of time and works from hands you have to stir, stir, and stir. I prefer not to make Halwa all the time for obvious reasons. Make it on Festivals & Occasions.

6. Mysore Pak :

Mysore Pak is an Indian Sweet prepared in butter or ghee. It originated in the city of Mysuru, one of the major cities in the Indian state of Karnataka

The history of Mysore Pak is very interesting and started in the Royal Kitchen. The King of Mysuru wanted his chef Kakasura Madappa to make a special and unique dessert for him. He prepared and presented to the king and the king very liked it and named it Mysore Pak.

7. Gajar Ka Halwa :

Gajar ka halwa is a carrot-based slow-cooked sweet dessert pudding from the Indian subcontinent. And also known as Gajorer Halua, Carrot Halwa, Gajrela, and Gajar Pak.

It is made by simmering carrots in milk. It is one of the special desserts made in every Kitchen, every Festivals, every Occassion that would not fail to impress anyone.

8. Kaju Katli :

Kaju Katli, also called as Kaju Barfi, is an Indian dessert similar to a Barfi. Kaju means Cashew.

Kaju Katli traditionally made by boiling the sugar syrup and then the powdered Cashew is added to it and stir it, be careful that the mixture doesn't overcook and the burfi turns right and while cooking it make the string consistent.

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