10 Best sweet dessert In India

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Gulab Jamun:

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Soft, deep-fried milk dumplings soaked in a sugary syrup, often flavored with cardamom and rose water.

Jalebi:

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Spiral-shaped deep-fried batter soaked in saffron-infused sugar syrup, resulting in a sweet and tangy flavor.

Rasgulla:

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Soft and spongy cottage cheese balls soaked in a light sugar syrup. Originating from West Bengal, it's a popular dessert across India.

Halwa:

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There are various types of halwa in India, such as Gajar ka Halwa (carrot halwa), Sooji Halwa (semolina halwa), and Badam Halwa (almond halwa). These are dense, sweet confections often made with ghee.

Barfi:

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A sweet fudge-like dessert made from condensed milk, sugar, and flavorings such as cardamom or coconut. It comes in various forms like Kaju Barfi (cashew fudge) and Pista Barfi

Ladoo:

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Round sweet balls made from various ingredients like gram flour (Besan Ladoo), semolina (Rava Ladoo), or chickpea flour (Boondi Ladoo). They are often flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts.

Rasmalai:

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Soft cottage cheese patties soaked in sweetened, thickened milk, often flavored with saffron and cardamom

Kheer:

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A traditional rice pudding made with milk, rice, sugar, and flavored with cardamom, saffron, and nuts.

Mysore Pak:

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A South Indian sweet made from gram flour, ghee, and sugar. It has a rich, crumbly texture and is often garnished with chopped nuts.

Shahi Tukda:

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A royal Mughlai dessert made with fried bread slices soaked in sweetened, thickened milk, and garnished with nuts.