Jun 21 , 2024

8 Unique Sweets Found only in India

By True Scoop

Rasgulla: Soft cheese balls in sugar syrup, originating from West Bengal, known for its delicate texture.

Jalebi: Deep-fried swirls soaked in sugar syrup, a popular sweet found across India.

Gulab Jamun: Deep-fried milk solids soaked in sugar syrup, often served warm, rich, and decadent.

Peda: Milk-based fudge, flavored with cardamom and sometimes saffron, popular in North India.

Modak: Steamed or fried dumplings filled with coconut and jaggery, a favorite during festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi.

Mysore Pak: Rich and buttery fudge made from gram flour, ghee, and sugar, originating from Karnataka.

Sandesh: Sweetened cottage cheese delicacy, often flavored with saffron, cardamom, or fruits, famous in West Bengal.

Kalakand: Milk-based sweet made by simmering milk and paneer until solidified, popular in Northern India.

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