Marathi food is always known to be highly spicy in nature, however, their sweet dishes are known for their creamy texture and sweetness across Northern India. Thus, today the Sweets Online Delivery Mumbai, picked the most popular Maharashtrian sweet dishes, which are most popular in the city of Mumbai. The Sweets Delivery Mumbai therefore, accumulated their data and have selected the most popular one’s out of the lot. They are as follows:
- Modak: According to the Sweets Delivery Mumbai, modak is one of the most consumed sweet dishes amongst the Mumbaikars, as it is used in every religious festivities, or around celebrations, welcoming the onset of something new which is peaceful and positive. It is an Indian sweet dumpling which is mainly originated from the state of Maharashtra and come in a variety of names attached to it, where in Tamil Nadu it is referred to as ‘Kozhukattai’, in Kannada it is known as either ‘Modhaka’ or ‘Kadubu’, whereas in Telugu it is known as ‘Kudumu’. It is mainly made from rice flour which is then filled with a sweet concoction and then mixed with grated jaggery and coconut at the end. Every region in India has their own style of making Modak, whereas the originality remains in the heart of Maharashtra.
- Shrikhand: This is mainly an Indian yogurt which has pieces of sugar and fruits also inside it with a rich and creamy texture having a sweet flavor to it. Usually consumed by people across North India mainly as a desert, the Southern part of India, mainly consumes it in their breakfast regime. Made mainly during the Birth of Lord Krishna, it is celebrated and made heavily in Maharashtra and Gujarat.
- Basundi: Basundi is mainly a thickened milk which is sweet in flavor having chopped nuts including cashews and pistachios to it, is mainly consumed in heavy amounts during the summer time across India, which has its origin in the state of Maharashtra. Many people add flavored saffron and cardamom too, whereas it is also made during the festivities of Raksha Bandhan, Gudi Padwa, Diwali and Bhai Dooj in India. Known as a milk dessert primarily, it is popularly consumed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Karnataka.
- Aamras: Aamras is one of the most popular known mango pulp which is eaten as a dessert in various regions of India. Juicy mangoes are either diced or sliced with cream, sugar and a fragrant mixture, where the fine pure cream is then added to fine jaggery mix. At times, people also add dry ginger, saffron and cardamom to it where minimum alteration and creation of numerous varieties is also found. Available all around the year, mainly people consume it around summers.
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