WINTER IS COMING : SO IS THE WIDE VARIETY OF INDIAN SWEET S.

Winters are associated with wonderful eating. And, with the days turning festive in late December and early January, extravagant feasts and family gatherings take precedence. While there is enough to savour, desserts are primarily about cakes and puddings. But why look to the West when we have so many desi dessert alternatives at our leisure? If you’re craving something sweet, here are some delectably sweet winter delights which are available at Jaina Sweets & Caterers.


GAJAR HALWA: Because carrots are abundant in the winter, Gajar Ka Halwa is a favourite winter treat. This sinful halwa, also known as Gajrela, is created with milk, carrots, sugar, and dried fruits. Many people add khoya or mawa to the halwa to give it a fuller texture.


GULAB JAMUN: While gulab jamun may be consumed at any time of year, they taste much better in the winter. Hot gulab jamuns are the ideal treat for fulfilling your sweet taste on chilly, rainy days. Gulab jamuns are soft, spongy, and melt-in-your-mouth confections prepared with maida, khoya, kesar, and cardamoms, formed into round balls, and dipped in chaashni (sugar syrup), leaving them sweetened and wonderful.


GAJAK/REVARI: Gajak and revari are the first items that springs to mind when we think about winter-specific desserts. This crispy snack is made with jiggery, sesame seeds and contains a lot of peanuts. Another type of Gajak has a crumbly and crunchy texture and is created with jaggery and til.


TIL LADDOO: Til Ke Laddoo is typically made to commemorate festivities such as Lohri and Makar Sankranti. Til or sesame seeds are inherently toasty, which adds to your body’s warmth. Til Laddoos are created with jaggery and til, which gives you energy and boosts your immunity throughout the cold winter months. Because Til Laddoos are heated in nature, don’t consume too many of them as they may induce nose bleeding.


AATA & GOOND LADDOO: During the winter, Aata and Goond Laddoos are said to be powerful energy enhancers. Gond, an edible gum, is used to make these crispy laddoos. Gond is cooked first and then crushed, giving it a crispy texture. To make these laddoos nutritious, various dry fruits such as almonds, cashews, pistachios, raisins, and other ingredients like as coconut, jaggery, ghee, cardamom, and so on are included.
So, what are you waiting for, come and enjoy all these winter delicacies at our store.


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