India being a spiritual land piece, hosts back-to-back festivals and each comes with different significance. In such wonderful festivals, sweets play an imperative role. Mouth-watering sweets and Indian festivals are always synonymous. Without savouring yummy sweets, you can’t completely sink into the spirits of jubilation. Just a single bite of an exotic, captivating and aromatic Indian dessert soars you’re craving to desire more. Hardly any festival in India could be imagined without desserts.
Traditionally, most Indian sweets aren’t baked, instead they are cooked on the stove top or over an open fire. What are they made of? Well, it depends on the region, but the usual suspects are milk, chickpea flour, semolina, coconut and rice. On their own these ingredients may not sound too appetising but a knowledgeable cook can easily transform them into delectable sweets flavoured with cardamom, saffron and rose water.
Milk is incredibly important in India, especially for making desserts. Whether tuned into cheese dumplings, fudge, pudding, ice cream or sauce, milk takes on countless forms to satisfy even the most discerning palate.
A small dessert after a meal makes the day. Native treats bring this joy to your doorstep. Order your favourite sweet or snack and get it delivered from our hygienic and authentic kitchens.