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Top 10 Traditional Milk Sweets For Wedding

March 22, 2018
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One of the most important things to look forward to at a wedding is the wedding food. The wedding menu is something which is given intense priority in India. Every family invites its guests to attend the wedding and wants them to return satisfied with the delicious wedding menu.

Indian weddings are a big affair and the wedding sweets specially grab a lot of attention. Though the wedding sweets have revolutionized and modernized a lot, there are some traditional milk sweets which still taste marvellous and stay on the wedding menu. Previously, milk was used as a base ingredient to make some delicious sweets which people simply could not resist.

Here are some delicious and traditional milk sweets you can add to the wedding menu and satisfy your guests.

  • Shrikhand:

This is a delicious milk based sweet prepared from different flavours of fermented milk. Shrikhand is garnished with pistachios, almond crush and much more. This is a special sweet dish in Gujarati and Maharashtrian weddings.

  • Sandesh:

Sandesh is a typical Bengali sweet prepared using milk and sugar with the garnishing of pistachios and rose petals. This is the center of attraction in the Bengali wedding menus.

  • Kulfi:

Kulfi is a very delicious sweet served at Indian weddings. It is prepared from evaporated milk, pistachios and saffron. There are delicious flavours and ingredients used in this refrigerated refreshing sweet.

  • Kheer:

Kheer is a mouth watering sweet dish prepared with rice, sugar, and milk and is garnished with dry fruits. It is a traditional sweet served with love in different Indian weddings.

  • Rasgulla:

Here’s another Bengali sweet which will fill you with ecstasy! Rasgulla is prepared using cottage cheese (made from milk) and sugar syrup.

  • Ras Malai:

If you want a royal dish, choose Ras Malai, a traditional sweet prepared from cottage cheese, thickened milk and sugar. It is flavoured with cardamom and dry fruits and it will simply steal your heart.

  • Gulab Jamun:

Gulab jamun is glorious brown golden balls prepared from thickened milk, sugar syrup, and cottage cheese and are served across India in weddings.

  • Cham Cham:

Cham Cham is a Bengali sweet prepared from milk, sugar, jelly and such delicious ingredients served in weddings with all the love.

  • Milk Barfi:

Barfi is a sweet prepared with milk, almonds, and sugar. The small square cubes of barfi would make you feel more irresistible. There are flavours of milk barfi like chocolate, almond, coconut, mango, pineapple etc which tastes awesome.

  • Shahi Tukda:

Deepened into the delicious thickened milk and prepared using the best bread, this is a pudding with cardamom flavours you will love. It is garnished with different dry fruits and make it more interesting. You will simply fall in love with the aroma of this royal dish.

Milk is a delicious and healthy ingredient which can be turned into delicious sweets. When combined with sugar, dry fruits, and different ingredients, milk can turn to a mouth-watering and delicious sweet to brighten up your wedding menu. Serve any of these sweets at your wedding and make your guests happy.

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