Republic Day special desserts that are worth trying (Photo: Facebook)
70th Republic Day marks an extraordinary transcend of change for Indians. Hence on this special day, give you sweet-tooth the guilty pleasure. And as much as we love the rings of jalebis, gulab jamuns, and rasagollas, there is no limitation of spaces for different desserts. Because they are always open plus no one says no to desserts! Here is bringing to you different dessert from different geographical parts of the country.
Here are some of the special desserts from different states of India you won't regret trying:
Patande from Himachal Pradesh: Made out of the basic ingredients found in the kitchen like flour, sugar, milk and ghee, this Indian pancake eaten mostly in parts of Sirmaur district, Himachal Pradesh is worth trying.
Kashmiri Shufta: A dessert made out of paneer, dry fruits and sugar? Say no more. This Kashmiri dry fruit dessert special is a ‘yes’ from all the dessert lovers.
Koat Pitha of Mizoram: A dessert from the north-eastern part of the region, Mizoram, this dessert is made out of rice flour and bananas that is deeply fried resulting in a crispy outside and a soft inside. Now, who doesn’t want that?
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MIZORAM-KOAT PITHA is a deep fried fritters made with rice flour, jaggery and bananas which resembles the Kerala Unniappam. #spiceandflavorseries #foodfromdifferentstatesofindia #desikhana #koatpitha #mizoram #misocuisine #vegeterianfood #food #foodie #foodielife #foodphotography #foodinsta #foodpics #foodstagram #foodtrend #homechef #chefsofinstagram #foodinspiration #foodgram #foodisfuel #foodism #foodaddict #foodjournal #instagrammers
Awan Bangwi from Tripura: Another particular dessert from the north-east, this Awan Bangwi of Tripura is made from sticky rice, cashews, raisins and desi ghee and served only in banana leaves.
Ghari of Gujarat: Eaten mostly during the celebrations of Diwali, this dessert is also prefect for a Republic Day dessert cheat. They are flour puris which are stuffed with nuts like almonds, pistachios and dry milk or mawa.
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Surat is well known for its food as we all proudly say - સુરતનુ જમણ અને કશીનુ મરણ... You know you're a Surti when you eagerly await the traditional festival of #ChandiPadvo and relish the local sweet #Ghari which is made with pure ghee. . Originally, all the ladies in the neighborhood would gather and make this delicacy at home. But nowadays, people generally prefer to order in bulk at local sweet shops. Ghari is available in different flavors like Mawa Ghari, Pista Badam Ghari, Kesar Badam Pista Ghari, Swiss Chocolate Ghari, and many more. . The history of Ghari and Chandi Padwo dates back to the era of Tatya Tope when he came to Surat for refuge and he was served this sweet. Having loved this filling and healthy sweet, he requested the sweetmaker to offer Ghari to his army. In the evening, Tope's entire army was relishing on this delicacy and hence started the tradition of having this delicacy in large gatherings. . How do you celebrate Chandi Padwo? . #Surat #Surati #Bhusu #Ghari #ChandiPadwo #SharadPoonam #SuratFoodies #SurtiFood #SuratFood