Gujiya & Malai Ghewar - Holi Special

Gujiya & Malai Ghewar - Holi Special

Gujiya & Malai Ghewar Free Delivery – Holi Special.

Time to reward yourself with India's iconic sweets - made and delivered from that iconic sweet shop in India right to your doors.

Regional Indian specialties sourced from regional confectioners.

The taste from that Indian sweets shop close to our home is one thing we'd want to relish every day. Moving to different locations, we may get to savor the same sweet or savory, but will the taste be as special as that of our much-loved Halwai? Ummm, doubtful!

SweeDesi brings the special flavors of India right to your doorstep. Their treats are made by the best confectioners in different Indian regions. Every item is sent directly from regional vendors to ensure it's pure and tasty. So, when you enjoy a Kanpuri Laddoo, remember it's from the best sweet shop in Kanpur, delivered to you.

Here, we've scouted 8 irresistible Indian regional sweets to make your New Year celebrations truly special.

Petha from Agra
Originating from the city of Agra, the land of the majestic Taj Mahal, Petha is a soft, translucent sweet made from ash gourd. This delectable sweet comes in various flavors, including plain, saffron-infused, and paan. The gentle sweetness and melt-in-the-mouth texture of Petha make it a must-try for those with a penchant for unique and traditional sweets.

Mathura Peda from Mathura
Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, is renowned for its divine sweets, and Mathura Peda holds a special place in this sweet symphony. These flattened, khoya-based sweets are infused with   cardamom and garnished with pistachios. Each bite of Mathura Peda celebrates the rich cultural and religious heritage of this sacred city.

Rasgulla from Kolkata
No exploration of Indian sweets is complete without a mention of the iconic Rasgulla from Bengal. These spongy, white dumplings are made from chhena (cottage cheese) and soaked in a delicate sugar  syrup. The melt-in-the-mouth texture and the burst of sweetness make Rasgulla a timeless classic that has won hearts worldwide.

Kanpuri Laddoos from Kanpur
Kanpur, known for its vibrant culture and delectable sweets, offers the irresistible Kanpuri Laddoos. These spherical delights are crafted with meticulous precision, combining gram flour, sugar, and ghee. The result is a symphony of flavors that dance on your taste buds, making Kanpuri Laddoos a true and tasty indulgence.

Malpua from Jaipur
Jaipur, the Pink City, is not just known for its majestic forts but also for its culinary delights. Malpua, a traditional Rajasthani sweet, takes center stage with its fried goodness soaked in sugar syrup. Garnished with pistachios and almonds, Jaipuri Malpua is a royal affair that brings the essence of Rajasthan to your festive platter.

Puran Poli from Maharashtra
Hailing from the heart of Maharashtra, Puran Poli is a sweet flatbread stuffed with a delectable mixture of chana dal, jaggery, and spices. This Maharashtrian specialty is often enjoyed during festivals and celebrations, symbolizing the warm hospitality and rich culinary traditions of the region.

Sohan Halwa from Rajasthan
Sohan Halwa, a jewel in the crown of Rajasthani sweets, is a rich and aromatic sweet made from wheat flour, ghee, sugar, and dry fruits. The intricate preparation and the use of premium ingredients make Sohan Halwa a symbol of Rajasthani grandeur, perfect for elevating your festive moments.

Malai Ghewar from Rajasthan
Rajasthan's culinary heritage is incomplete without the mention of Ghewar, and the Malai Ghewar takes this traditional sweet to new heights. A disc-shaped delight made from a batter of flour and milk, deep-fried to perfection and adorned with malai (cream) and dry fruits, Malai Ghewar is a regal treat that adds a touch of luxury to your New Year celebrations.

Thanks to SweeDesi and Quicklly, these authentic Indian delights are no longer a distant memory but a sweet reality, delivered right to your doorstep.

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