If you love to have sweets then India has an entire store of options for you. Indeed! You will get something that satisfies your taste buds. The Indian exotic sweets are the perfect way to delight your taste buds. If you are going to try out Indian food for the first time, then there is no need to get confused. In this blog, we have mentioned some of the sweets which you can give a try when you visit the best Indian Restaurant in Sydney.
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Different types of Indian sweets
- Gulab jamun
Gulab Jamun is one of the most loved sweets by the Indians. It is sweet and sticky. The gulab jamun balls are made with milk powder and flour dough. Later these are fried and then soaked in syrup which gives a different taste. You can try it out in different flavors like cardamom & rose.
Kulfi is a type of ice cream which is much more dense and creamier. Kulfi is made by boiling the milk which makes it reduce in volume and then it will become thick. It can be in different flavors like cardamom, vanilla, rose, saffron, mango, pistachio, and much more. Many people like to have it in the form of falooda kulfi which is a type of noodle and then dried fruits are added on the top.
Halwa is another great Indian desert and people love to have the gajar ka halwa (carrot halwa). To make these the carrots are required to be grated and then it is cooked in milk. Later ghee and sugar are added to the desired amount. You can also try out the Kesari halwa which is made with sooji and then ghee, water, & sugar are added into the same. Saffron helps to give it a color.
Jalebi is a colorful sweet option that is extremely good in terms of taste and this option is deep-fried & later on, it is dipped in sugar syrup.
This fudgy dessert makes you say “No words to describe its taste”. It is a wholesome dish that has all the textures and flavors. It is made out of the following ingredients:
- Chickpea Flour
- Sugar Syrup
- Clarified Butter
It’s unfair for the tourists to visit India and not trying rasgullas. It has its origin in West Bengal and Odisha (Indian states). The rasgulla balls after being made with the following ingredients are dipped in the sugar syrup:
- Cottage Cheese
- Cardamom Powder
Those who are dairy lovers have a variety of sweet items to choose from. One such mouth-watering dessert is “Ras-Malai”. 50% of its preparation gets completed when rasgullas are made. The tasty part here is that the rasgulla balls are not dipped in the sugar syrup, rather they are immersed in creamy sweet milk (malai) or the rabdi.
The delicious ending!
From a huge variety of Indian sweet items, you must have known that Indian food culture is kinda incomplete without sweet endings. To know more about the thought and mouth sweetening dishes, keep on reading our food blogs.