The best way to wrap up your dinner or lunch is always by indulging in something sweet, and what could be better than enjoying Indian sweets? From ras malai and kaju katli to gulab jamun and Kalakand, these delightful treats are bursting with flavors that can transport you to heavenly bliss. Take a bite of a fresh balushahi and let it melt in your mouth, pleasing all your senses. Or, savor the crispy, hot jalebis and succumb to a delightful food coma. A meal doesn’t truly feel complete without a traditional Indian mithai, and it’s not just our opinion, but even Anupam Kher’s mother, Dulari, would agree. Anupam Kher recently gave us a glimpse of his family dinner at a restaurant.
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In a video shared on the actor’s Instagram Stories, we can see Anupam Kher seated with his mother Dulari and brother Raju Kher, accompanied by others. As they engage in conversation, a server presents a plate of rabri adorned with saffron and serves it to Dulari Kher. Anupam Kher captioned the video with the hashtag “Dulari Rocks,” expressing his admiration for his mother. Take a look:
Now, if you also feel like indulging in something sweet after dinner, here are five delightful Indian sweet recipes.
A delectable Bengali delicacy, sandesh is made with sweetened cottage cheese infused with the delightful flavors of kesar (saffron) and cardamom. Here is the recipe.
2. Aam Shrikhand With Mango Salad
During the mango season, it is the perfect time to incorporate this luscious fruit into your sweet preparations. Combining creamy shrikhand with ripe mangoes creates an irresistible treat that you won’t be able to resist. Recipe inside.
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3. Shahi Tukda
If you find yourself in a situation where guests are coming over for dinner and you don’t have a box of mithai to welcome them, then shahi tukda can be your savior. This delightful dessert is made using bread slices and a medley of other delicious ingredients, making it one of the easiest sweets to prepare.Recipe here.
4. Puran Poli
Puran poli, a traditional Maharashtrian sweet, is made with chana dal, sugar, maida, ghee, and a generous amount of love. While it is commonly made during the festive occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, you can savor puran poli at any time of the year. Click here for the recipe.
5. Besan Ke Laddoo
Here is another popular Indian sweet that you can easily prepare at home. It combines the goodness of various nuts with the delightful aroma of gram flour (besan) and ghee. Recipe inside.
Give these delectable desserts a try and don’t forget to share your favorite one with us in the comments below.