Hello everyone! Wishing you and your family lots of happiness and sweet surprises this Makar Sankranti!
- Thank the person/fellow Indian sweets’ lover who nominated you! (or whose blog you found out about this award through)
- Answer the 5 Indian sweets-related questions and add one of your own!
- Share some pictures of your all time favorite Indian sweets.
- Nominate 5 or more bloggers who love Indian sweets and leave an open nomination for every Indian sweets’ lover around the world.
- What are your top three favorite Indian sweets?
Gulab Jamun, Modak , Kaju Katli and Mysore Pak.
- What’s an Indian sweet you haven’t tried yet but really want to ?
- Name one sweet which is traditionally made in your city/state.
I live in Bangalore, Karnataka. Mysore Pak is classic sweet hailing from the beautiful city of Mysore. BTW Mysore is a city in Karnataka. Also Badam Halva and Kesari Bath are famous in Bangalore.
- Which kind of ladoo is your favorite?
There are these Sooji ka White laddoos, which I really like, but the thing is, in our community, they are only eaten in funerals 😦
- Have you ever tried a chocolate flavored Indian sweet? If yes, name it.
Never tried a chocolate flavoured Indian sweet, but I would love to try one.
Riddhi’s Question :
Have you ever tried making an Indian sweet at home? Which one?
My mom and sis has, but me never. Not much of a cook. If I try to cook something I’ll probably burn down the kitchen so😂
My Question :
A weird question but, what kind of Indian sweet are you?. I got Kaju Katli. From its subtle taste to its sweet flavor, i am a dense but joyous human being! You can try it here
Indian Sweets :
Stara @The Pool of Thoughts
Siya @The Dramatic Drama
Sam @Diary of a Dreamer
Akshita @Anthology of Akshita’s Thoughts
Srishti @The Srishti Blog
Ashmita @the fictional journal
And that’s it for today’s post. Bye guys!!