indian sweeets

Introduction 

Sweets have been an essential part of our life. Be it festivals, get-togethers, weddings, or parties, sweets are a mandatory dish on the menu. Just like that Indian cuisine has such a wide variety of sweet options available, that we are pretty sure you would be in a food coma after eating them all. And obviously eating all the sweets wouldn’t be possible. Hence, we present to you the 6 best and easy sweet Indian recipes that are authentic and fabulous in taste. So, let’s get straight off to the article without wasting any time!

Rabri 

The first dish in our sweet Indian recipes list is the creamy and sweet rabri that is North Indian cuisine. Made from fresh and creamy milk with the addition of other elements like sugar, spices, and nuts to enhance the flavor, this dish is a perfect sweet dish for all the sweet lovers out there. It is then topped with some more nuts and served cold as a dessert. It can also be served hot and is a great option for cold winters. The dish can be substituted with jaggery which is super healthy and to a plant-based version of milk and the taste would change slightly. 

Puran poli

Puran Poli is also known as Obbattu is a kind of Indian flatbread that originates from the southern part of the Indian subcontinent. It has a filling of a sweet mixture with chana flour as the base and added with a few other ingredients such as sugar, cardamom, nutmeg, and clarified butter. The filling is covered with plain flour dough and rolled into a perfectly round shape. The Puran Poli is then served with loads of butter. It is also very popular in the state of Maharashtra and is served during special occasions and festivals. Without any doubt, it is one of the most unique and popular ones in the list of sweet Indian recipes. 

Malpua

Ever heard of the Indian version of pancakes? If not we present to you the delicious and mouth-watering malpua which is an Indian form of pancakes. It is widely popular in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh and is served on special occasions like weddings and festivals. During the Vedic period, barley was the most popular grain eaten by the Arya and it was called apupa. Now, there are a lot of versions of malpua created by different countries but the most common ingredients are flour, water, and sugar. The delicious malpua is then topped with some honey and served hot. So all the sweet lovers will definitely enjoy these delicious malpuas.

laddu and gulab jamun collage

Burfi 

Burfi is a sweet and dense milk-based dessert that originated from the Indian subcontinent and the word barf means snow which is where the sweet has got its name from. Other elements like sugar, cardamom, nuts, and clarified butter are added to the sweet to enhance its flavor and make it tastier. A wider variety of variants are available in barfi which consists of besan burfi, badam burfi, mango burfi, pista burfi, etc which are all absolutely delectable. This dish is one of the popular sweet Indian recipes and is mostly served on special festivals and occasions. So, if you are planning to make something special for any upcoming occasion, burfi is the right choice! The ingredients are easily available in any local market or you can also order them online. 

Kheer 

A big bowl of honeydew in the form of kheer is all we can ask for on a dull and sad day. Kheer is a type of pudding originating from the Indian subcontinent and is made from milk, sugar, rice as the base ingredients. It is then mixed with some nuts, cardamom, and saffron to add taste and flavor to the dish. The rice is soaked in water that helps it to cook easily and then added to the boiling milk. Kheer is garnished with some more nuts and served hot or cold according to the people’s preference. Have it on festivals, or on days when you are craving something sweet. No matter what the time is, kheer would be one of the perfect sweet Indian recipes to end your meal and satisfy your taste buds. 

Gulab jamun 

The last one in the list of sweet Indian recipes had to end with our most favorite dish. It is none other than the soft, spongy, and juicy gulab jamuns that originate from the Indian subcontinent. The recipe is pretty simple and uncomplicated and anyone can make it at home. 

Milk solids are prepared by heating some fresh milk for a long time until the water gets evaporated. The solid is then kneaded into a dough and shaped into small round balls. These round balls are then deep-fried in hot oil and kept aside. Next comes the sugar water is also known as chashni. It is made by heating some water and sugar until it forms a sticky consistency and spices like cardamom and saffron are added to give it an extra punch of flavor. The chashni is then poured over the fried balls and kept to cool down and let the balls soak the juice.

 And there you go! Tasty and delectable gulab jamuns are ready to be devoured. So enjoy the delicious gulab jamuns after lunch, dinner, or whatever time you want to have them at. 

The bottom line

These were our favorite and easy sweet Indian recipes that are also very popular throughout the world. If you do not want to go through the process of buying the ingredients and then cooking the dish, don’t worry as they are all easily available at any Indian restaurant. One such restaurant is Corriander leaf that provides the most authentic dishes. They have the best hospitality. So enjoy a good meal and order your favorite dessert to end the day on a sweet note. Forget your diet for a moment and just enjoy these delicious desserts. Satisfy your tummy as well your taste buds and relish the perfect sweet Indian dishes. 

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