10 'Desi' Desserts Every Foreigner Should Try


Kheer is a simple milk and rice combination that is sweetened with lots of sugar or jaggery. While many Indian meals end with the kheer as dessert, it’s also a mandate in many Indian households during birthdays. Indian wedding menus too keep Kheer as an option in dessert. Dry fruits and saffron are added, makes the Kheer an irresistible affair.

Mysore Pak

Originating from the kitchens of Mysore Palace, this butter or ghee based sweet is a baked one. When south Indians celebrate weddings or baby showers, mysore pak is one of the key components. Made out of gram flour, sugar, milk and ghee, this one should be tried in the southern states like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu only.

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