welcome to sweethouse

welcome to Sweethouse



sweet house

Indian sweets, locally called Mithai, are a form of confectionery, usually made with milk and other ingredients that vary in different regions. Indian sweets are plentiful in number and nature and are most delicious dessert item. In fact, Indian cuisine is known throughout the world as a sweet cuisine because almost half of its dishes are either sweets or desserts. Sweets and Mithais are sumptuous in taste as, they are mostly made from pure ghee. There is long and rich . Many popular Indian sweets are common throughout South Asia while others are specific to a certain region and are typical to only an ethnic group in India. Indian sweets consist of milk, sugar, coconut and flour based confectioneries originating from the Indian sub-continent. Every Indian sweet has a particular taste and takes a long time to prepare. Sweets of India come in various flavours, shapes, colours and sizes. Sweets are also significant in Indian culture. Sweets are generally presented during festive occasions and ceremonies and also signify good omen, happiness and prosperity. In India every happy occasion is marked with the distribution of sweets.

e a range of dishes associated with them in the form of sweets and prasad. There is a different variety in different region. Hindu festivals incorporate mainly vegetarian dishes.

This section will introduce you to a variety of Indian dishes with easy explanations for prepar

This section will introduce you to a variety of Indian dishes with easy explanations for preparing them.


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