7 Delectable Desserts from 7 Indian States you must try once in a Life: Part 3

We all love to eat Desserts and when it’s about Indian Desserts, we have so vast variety that it’s impossible to talk about every Dessert. Indian Desserts are also called as ‘Mithai’. In this Article, we will show you 7 famous Desserts from 7 other Indian states which you must try once in life. The motive of this Article is not only to show the famous desserts from various states, but also to promote the Indian Desserts.

1. Madhurjan Thongba – Manipur

This dessert of Manipur is basically Sweet Besan Dumpling in the Milk. It’s the perfect mixture of milk, coconut, and besan. Madhurjan Thongba tastes so delicious that one just wants to eat this delicacy on repeat mode.

2. Koat Pitha – Mizoram

Koat Pitha is a very popular dish of Mizoram. It’s prepared with a mixture of Rice flour, Banana, jaggery, water, salt and oil for frying. Koat Pitha tastes amazingly good. If you love to eat Desserts, then must try Koat Pitha once.

3. Nap Naang – Nagaland

This dessert is basically black rice pudding and when it’s cooked, it looks in deep purple color. Nap Naang is prepared with Black rice, water, sugar, milk, ghee and nuts. And this dessert tastes so amazingly that one just wants to eat more and more.

4. Puran Poli –Maharashtra

Puran Poli is unarguably the one of the finest desserts of Maharashtra. This Sweetened Roti is prepared with the fillings of jaggery, plain flour, Channa dal, ghee and cardamom powder. It resembles to any other parantha, but tastes very unique and luscious.

5. Chhena Poda – Odisha

Chhena Poda is basically Indian Cheese Cake and this dessert is prepared from baked ricotta cheese. It’s prepared with cheese, sugar, cardamom powder, semolina and nuts. This Dessert of Odisha is the perfect treat for the Dessert Lovers.

6. Pukhlein – Meghalaya

Pukhlein is also known as Sweet Bread in Meghalaya. This delicious dessert is prepared with rice flour, jaggery, water and oil for deep frying. Pukhlein is so Mouth-watering dish that one just wants to eat this slowly and enjoy the every bite of it.

7. Badam Kheer – Punjab

Badam Kheer is very popular among all the North Indian States, but it’s mostly prepared in Punjab. This Thick and Creamy Indian dessert is prepared with the mixture of almonds, milk, sugar, cardamom powder, ghee and saffron. If you never tried Badam Kheer before, then you are surely missing something very special.