South Indian Sweet Delights
Originating from Karnataka, this gram flour and ghee-based sweet is known for its melt-in-the-mouth texture and rich flavor.
A popular sweet in Tamil Nadu, Jangiri is made from urad dal and sugar syrup, creating a delightful, orange-hued treat.
A sweet rice cake popular in Karnataka, Halbai is made with rice, jaggery, coconut, and ghee, presenting a delightful and wholesome dessert.
Originating in Tamil Nadu, Adhirasam is a deep-fried delicacy made from rice flour and jaggery, offering a unique blend of sweetness and crispiness.
A traditional sweet flatbread, Obbattu is filled with a mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and coconut, creating a sweet and savory combination.
This flaky, sugar-coated sweet is a popular choice during festivals in South India, especially in states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Hailing from Andhra Pradesh, Pootharekulu consists of rice paper stuffed with jaggery and ghee, resulting in a unique and tasty treat.
A simple yet delicious sweet, Coconut Ladoo is made with grated coconut and condensed milk, forming small, round delights.
Although a North Indian favorite, this cashew nut fudge has found its way into South Indian households, loved for its nutty sweetness.
A specialty of Telangana, Ariselu is a deep-fried sweet made with rice flour and jaggery, often enjoyed during festive occasions.
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