By Suraj Rathore
Jalebi is a popular sweet treat made by deep-frying a fermented batter of all-purpose flour and yogurt, then soaked in sugar syrup. It has a crispy, pretzel-like shape and is often enjoyed with rabri (thickened sweet milk) or served on its own.
Rasgulla is a soft and spongy dessert made from homemade cottage cheese (chenna) balls, cooked in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom. It is a staple dessert in many Indian festivals and celebrations.
Barfi is a sweet confectionery made from condensed milk, sugar, and various flavors such as coconut, pistachio, almond, or cashew. It has a fudge-like consistency and is often cut into square or diamond-shaped pieces.
Gajar ka Halwa, also known as Carrot Halwa, is a beloved Indian dessert that is especially popular during the winter season. It is made by cooking grated carrots in ghee (clarified butter) and milk, then sweetening it with sugar or condensed milk.
These Are Just A Few Examples Of Popular Indian Desserts And There Are Many More