List of tasty and delicious 10 best Indian Desserts which you should definitely once. A tip for all foreigners looking for some nice and sweet Indian Desserts. Most of the Indian Desserts are heavy but tastes unbelievable. Check them out in the list below.
List Of 10 Best Indian Desserts
1. Kaju Katli
A sweet dish made by using Cashew Nut and milk. A perfect light dessert right after dinner.
2. Gulab Jamun
A dessert perfect for all occasion. Most popular dessert of India and tastes better when served hot. It is a milk-solids based dessert and soaked in sugar syrup. Little bit similar to Doughnut.
3. Gajar Ka Halua
A dessert originated in India and now famous worldwide. It is a carrot pudding cooked by using milk and sugar. Heavy dessert which can be served on light occasion like kitty party.
One of the most favourite dessert of India especially in Bengal. Made of Chhena (an Indian Cottage Cheese) and is very spongy. Ball is soaked into Sugar Syrup which make its taste sweet.
A sweet and crunchy dessert tastes better when it is crunchy and hot. It is made by deep-frying a wheat flour batter in circular shapes. Another Indian dessert which is soaked into Sugar Syrup and is actually very sweet.
A frozen sweet dessert which is very popular among Indians. If you are in India try Kulfi instead of Ice Cream. More denser and creamier and also comes in many flavour.
Heavy and sweet Indian dessert made by using Yogurt, Flour and some other ingredients. You should definitely try this one but not after heavy dinner or lunch.
Ancient Indian dessert which is sweet in taste and can be cooked by using different flavours. Basically it is cooked by boiling rice with milk and a lot of ingredients as per taste.
A sweet pan cake but fried one and not very sweet as many people try this with Mutton Curry as well. It comes in different variety and different taste as well.
10. Mysore Pak
Mysore pak is a rich sweet dish prepared in butter, from Southern India, usually served as dessert. It originated in Mysore. It is made of generous amounts of ghee, sugar, gram flour, and often cardamom.