Indian Jaggery Sweets variety

 Gur ka Pua: A delectable sweet from North India, Gur ka Pua is a deep-fried dessert made with jaggery, wheat flour, and fennel seeds, creating a delightful blend of flavors.

Chikki: A crunchy treat enjoyed across India, Chikki is made by combining jaggery with peanuts or sesame seeds, creating a sweet and nutty confection.

Patishapta: A Bengali dessert, Patishapta are thin crepes filled with a mixture of coconut and jaggery, offering a delightful combination of textures and sweetness.

Karupatti Paniyaram: A specialty from Tamil Nadu, Karupatti Paniyaram is a sweet dumpling made with palm jaggery, rice flour, and coconut, showcasing the rich and authentic flavors of the region.

 Karupatti Mittai: A traditional Tamil Nadu sweet made with palm jaggery, peanuts, and sesame seeds, offering a delightful crunch

 Ellu Bella: A festive mixture known as "Ellu Bella" involves jaggery, sesame seeds, coconut, and peanuts, creating a flavorful and nutritious treat during celebrations.

Khejur Gur: In Bengali cuisine, "Khejur Gur" is a sweet delight made from date palm jaggery, imparting a distinct and rich flavor to various traditional sweets.

 Jaggery Modak: A popular sweet dumpling filled with a mixture of jaggery, coconut, and khoya (reduced milk), commonly offered to Lord Ganesha during celebrations.

Gur Para: Small, crisp squares made from jaggery and refined flour, often enjoyed as a sweet snack during festive occasions.

Gur Sandesh: A delectable sweet made by combining jaggery with paneer (Indian cottage cheese), offering a unique blend of sweetness and richness.

Gur Sandesh: A delectable sweet made by combining jaggery with paneer (Indian cottage cheese), offering a unique blend of sweetness and richness.