South Indian Sweet Delights

Mysore Pak: Originating from Karnataka, this gram flour and ghee-based sweet is known for its melt-in-the-mouth texture and rich flavor.

Jangiri: A popular sweet in Tamil Nadu, Jangiri is made from urad dal and sugar syrup, creating a delightful, orange-hued treat.

Halbai: A sweet rice cake popular in Karnataka, Halbai is made with rice, jaggery, coconut, and ghee, presenting a delightful and wholesome dessert.

Adhirasam: Originating in Tamil Nadu, Adhirasam is a deep-fried delicacy made from rice flour and jaggery, offering a unique blend of sweetness and crispiness.

 Obbattu (Holige): A traditional sweet flatbread, Obbattu is filled with a mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and coconut, creating a sweet and savory combination.

Badusha: This flaky, sugar-coated sweet is a popular choice during festivals in South India, especially in states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Pootharekulu: Hailing from Andhra Pradesh, Pootharekulu consists of rice paper stuffed with jaggery and ghee, resulting in a unique and tasty treat.

Coconut Ladoo: A simple yet delicious sweet, Coconut Ladoo is made with grated coconut and condensed milk, forming small, round delights.

 Kaju Katli: Although a North Indian favorite, this cashew nut fudge has found its way into South Indian households, loved for its nutty sweetness.

Ariselu: A specialty of Telangana, Ariselu is a deep-fried sweet made with rice flour and jaggery, often enjoyed during festive occasions.