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 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. Khapse – Arunachal Pradesh
Khapse is very popular sweet of Arunachal Pradesh which is mostly prepared during Tibetan New year. Khapse is basically sweet biscuits prepared with the mixture of eggs, butter, flour and sugar and later deep fried. These Crunchy biscuits taste very delectable.
2. Thekua – Bihar
Thekua is also famous as Khajuria. This Popular snack of Bihar is prepared with the mixture of flour and jaggery and later deep fried. Rice Flour can also be used as a substitute of Wheat flour. This Mouth-watering snack of Bihar is a must try item.
3. Bebinca – Goa
This Traditional dessert of Goa is my personal favorite. Bebinca is prepared with eggs, coconut milk, jaggery and sugar. It’s basically a pudding with lots of layers in it. Bebinca tastes heavenly good and it’s also served with chilled Ice Cream which makes it more delicious.
4. Aloo ka Halwa – Haryana
It’s very popular dessert of Haryana which is commonly prepared during Ekadashi festival. Aloo ka Halwa is basically Potato Pudding which is prepared with boiled and mashed potatoes in the pure ghee which makes it very yummy. Aloo Ka Halwa sounds weird, but it tastes great in reality.
5. Basundi – Gujarat
Basundi is very famous dessert of Gujarat. It’s prepared with thickened milk, sugar, saffron, almonds and pistachios. This semi-liquid dessert is quite similar to North Indian Rabdi. Basundi tastes so yummy and authentic that you just want to eat this delectable dish more and more.
6. Dehrori – Chhattisgarh
Dehrori is very popular dessert of Chattisgarh which is commonly prepared on festivals like Diwali. Dehrori is prepared with rice, curd, sugar, lime juice, cardamom powder, ghee and nuts. This popular dish tastes so amazing that sweet lovers just can’t miss this out.
7. Pootharekulu Kunda – Andhra Pradesh
‘Pootha’ means coating and ‘Reku’ means sheet in Telugu. This popular dish of Andhra Pradesh is prepared with rice batter, sugar and ghee. Pootharekulu Kunda tastes very luscious and unique. If you never tried this dessert before, just try it once and you will surely be ‘Fan’ of it.