Bihar is the 3rd largest state of India in terms of population. The food of Bihar is very popular in India as well as some abroad countries too. The best part of food of Bihar is that it’s mostly vegetarian and there’s a big history behind it. In this Article, we will show you some of the best desserts of the Bihar that you must try once in life. The motive of this article is to promote the desserts of Bihar and most importantly, desserts of India. If you are a Foodie, this article is for you.
This wafery style crispy sweet is so delicious and appetizing that you can’t miss this out. Khaja is prepared with the sugar, wheat flour and mawa and later deeply fried in the oil. This crispy sweet snack gives amazingly good taste when it melts in the mouth. One must try delicious Khaja’s of Bihar.
Malpua is loved by everyone and when it’s about the desserts of Bihar, it’s prepared on every festival and special occasion. The batter of Malpua is prepared with mixing milk, sugar, flour and mashed bananas and later its deep fried to make it crispier and scrumptious. This heavenly delicious Malpua’s tastes amazing with the Rabri.
Balushahi resembles to the American donuts, but its taste is purely desi and very appetizing. Balushahi is flakey from outside and very soft from inside and when you take first bite; it just melts in the mouth. It’s prepared with maida and then deep fried in the Ghee. This classic dessert is perfect sweet for the festive seasons.
Pedakiyas is very popular dessert of Bihar which is famous as the name of Gujiya is other states. This half moon shape sweet gives a great taste of sweetness with the dry fruits and mawa fillings, especially when it melts inside the mouth. Its texture is prepared with maida and the fillings are prepared with dry fruits, mawa and sugar. Pedakiyas is the finest delight.
5. Parwal ki Mithai
Parwal ki Mithai is very popular sweet of the Bihari cuisine. It’s prepared with Parwal (pointed gourds), khoya, sugar, almonds, pistachios and cardamom. And it tastes so delicious and yummy that you can’t resist yourself from eating more and more. It’s commonly prepared during marriages and festivals.
6. Kala Jamun
How can we miss the favorite dessert of people of Bihar, Kala Jamun!! Kala Jamun has darker black texture than the Gulab Jamun. It’s prepared just like normal Gulab jamuns, but it’s fried on low flame to get the dark black color. It tastes very delicious and yummy that you just can’t miss this sweet of Bihar.
Shakarpara’s are prepared with the either sugar or jaggery and it’s perfect tea-time snack. It’s prepared with sugar/jaggery, ghee, milk, wheat flour, salt and ghee for deep frying. These are very crunchy and crispy in nature which takes its taste to another level. If you never tried this, then you are missing something very special.