Sweets are the mouth-watering and the most relishing dishes eaten all over the world. But here in India sweets are not just dishes they are an emotion. It is a delicious way to express happiness, sorrows, joys, excitements and even grieves.
In India where every emotion holds
1. Sel Roti, Sikkim
Sikkim is situated in the eastern part of India on borders of Nepal. The state has a lot of ethnic
The roti is a blend of rice, ghee, sugar, oil and the very taste of cardamom and cloves added leaves an everlasting taste to your tongue. It is
2. Madurjan Thongba, Manipur
Manipur is always known for its graceful Manipuri dance but besides the
3. Patoleo, Goa
Goa, on the western coast of India and with its varyingly rich culture, it serves the best destination for meeting the Konkani and Catholic culture. One such blend of culture is served in the form of Patoleo sweet in Goa. The Konkani Hindus serve it as a festive delicacy on Nag Panchami and Ganesh Chaturthi.
They also serve it to Goddess Parvati who according to legend has a strong craving for it during her pregnancy. The dish is made up of grated coconut, rice, and jaggery and is then wrapped in turmeric leaves and steamed and served. When about to eat you need to peel off the leaves and then let its taste reach every corner of your heart.
4. Nap Naang, Nagaland
The sweet pudding of Nagaland is made up of sticky black rice which is the local crop of Nagaland. The rice is soaked overnight and then cooked with sugar and milk. The dish has a distinct nutty
5 Pitha, Assam
Pitha is the mouth savoring dish of Assam which is prepared with rice flour and sometimes even with wheat flour. Pitha is basically a pouch filled with all the sweet and tasty ingredients like sugar, jaggery, date juice, coconut, cashews, palm syrup, pistachios, sweetened vegetables, and fruits.
This power-packed pouch is the best you can relish being in Assam and it can be made in different manners that are by frying in oil or ghee or you can roast it or bake it or simply steam it. The many versions of pitha served in Assam are Til pitha, Ghila pitha, Sunga pitha, Tekeli pitha, Xutuli pitha, and Dhup pitha. The best part is you can enjoy them all as they are an essential element of Bihu celebrations.
6. Malaiyo, Varanasi
The very famous
The dish is really tasty and once you put it in your mouth you won’t even realize that you ate it or it itself slipped to the soul of your belly. The tastiest, cheap and traditional sweet relished in Varanasi is not to be left on your list.
7. Parwal Mithai, Bihar
The Parwal mithai is the signature sweet of Bihar and this cuisine is cooked from parwal itself. Bihar has a major vegetarian population and this is the reason that the sweet dish is made from the very basic ingredient found in every lane of Bihar.
This sweet is made by wrapping up khoya and mawa in parwal and then adding cardamom powder with sugar, milk and dry fruits in it. Though the ingredients are nothing special the dish comes out to be a real special dish to eat while in Bihar.