Bihar Sweets Variety

 Parwal ki Mithai: This unique sweet is crafted from pointed gourd (parwal) and khoya. The result is a delectable sweet that showcases the culinary diversity of Bihar.

 Tilkut: Traditionally prepared during Makar Sankranti, Tilkut is a sweet made from sesame seeds and jaggery. It's not only delicious but also holds cultural significance.

 Chena Murki: A delightful Bengali sweet that has found its way into Bihar's culinary landscape, Chena Murki is made from paneer (chena) and sugar, offering a melt-in-the-mouth experience.

 Thekua: A traditional sweet from Bihar made with wheat flour, jaggery, and ghee, Thekua is a popular delicacy enjoyed during festivals and special occasions

Khaja: This flaky, layered sweet is synonymous with Bihar and is crafted from refined wheat flour, sugar, and ghee, offering a delightful crunch with every bite.

 Khurma: Deep-fried and soaked in sugar syrup, Khurma is a sweet snack made with a mix of refined flour and semolina. It's commonly prepared during festivals and special occasions.

Anarsa: Anarsa is a sweet rice and jaggery-based delicacy often made during festivals. The unique taste and crisp texture make it a favorite among Biharis

Balushahi: Known for its flaky texture and generous coating of sugar syrup, Balushahi is a popular sweet in Bihar made from all-purpose flour and ghee.

Chana Peda: A fusion of flavors, Chana Peda is made with roasted gram flour, khoya, and sugar. The combination results in a sweet confection with a melt-in-your-mouth texture, perfect for satisfying sweet cravings.

 Kalaadi: A sweet made from mawa (khoya) and sugar, Kalaadi is often garnished with chopped nuts. It's a rich and delightful treat enjoyed during celebrations.