Sweets or dessert are an integral part of Indian cuisine and also for Indian festivals/ celebrations. Flavours from the South have made their way all over the world by breaking all the territory boundaries. The lip-smacking South Indian sweets have a great love for the variety of indigenous delectables enriched with ghee and many marvellous southern creations that can make any sweet lover get hooked for life. There are few traditional South Indian sweets that are irresistible:
Mysore Pak is designated as the Royal sweet to date as it is considered to be the “king” of sweets in the South, It is made from purest ghee, sugar, gram flour and cardamom which makes many wonders to a sweet lover’s palate. Karnataka is the origin of Mysore Pak will be an all-time favourite with its rich taste that is elevated with the taste of desi ghee that awes your palate and makes it relishing. It usually comes in two varieties either wet or dry. Mysore Pak is also known for its south Indian sweet identity.
Adhirasam is sweet with a strong connection for festivals especially Diwali across homes in Tamil Nadu. This deep-fried snack is a combination of two ingredients – Jaggery and Rice Flour. M.S. Shanmuganadar Mittai Kadai sells tasty and authentic traditional Adhirasam. The origin of Adhirasam is a traditional Chettinad delicacy and it is known as the oldest Tamil sweet, Deep-fried sweet dish that resembles a small disc that has a delicious texture and taste, the dough is made with rice flour and jaggery syrup and sesame seeds are added to balance out the heaviness of adhirasam. This sweet dish is a festival favourite. Made with the right amount of sweetness and extremely appetizing filing, Adhirasams can rightly be called discs of happiness.
Kadalai Mittai (Kovilpatti)
Kovilpatti – a town in the southern district is famous for Kadalai Mittai. This peanut/ groundnut chikki is an excellent anytime sweet snack and all-time favourite sweet irrespective of all age categories. This candy is made from split peanuts, jaggery. The Kadalai Mittai from Sattur Mittai Kadai is with a touch of authenticity and tradition which are rich in Aromatic and appetizing Mittais with a delightful experience by using our healthy ingredients such as jaggery and South Indian Chikkis.
Murukku is a South Indian crunchy snack that is loved by all for its crunchiness and appetizing taste. There are many varieties of Murukku available and Achu Murukku is a sweeter version made using a mould. It originated from Kerala and these are made during Christmas and Diwali. It is also known as Rose cookies made delicately patterned with a unique design and subtle taste, this is an inviting snack for kids who will enjoy every bite of it.
Badhusha is a buttery layer of maida dunked in sweetness that originated from Hyderabad. Mittai Kadai makes one of the best Badhshas in town that is loved by all. It makes a feast complete and fulfilling with its rich and alluring taste. These are disc-shaped with hands, fried in ghee or oil dipped in the thick sugar syrup with a slightly flaky texture makes it a flavorful and appetizing taste by taking extra care by sourcing quality ingredients with no compromise.
Seeni Mittai is originated from Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu is a little whorl of sweetness made with a mixture of rice flour, urad dal, and cardamom and these deep-fried twisted swirls are coated in a hard shell of sugar syrup of various types, resulting in a crisp in the interior of the mittai. This sweet is an irresistible delicacy that gives a pleasant and relishing moment in every bite.
Halwa in Tamil Nadu is known for Tirunelveli Halwa, a lip-smacking treat with an unmatched flavour and a unique aroma freshly made of pure cow ghee, nuts etc. Halwas are a wholesome treat, Tirunelveli halwa is a delicious delight that can make any occasion memorable and it is the famous south-Indian delicacy, halwa is made to perfection at Sattur Mittai Kadai is known for its corn halwa which is of a super-rich consistency that melts in your mouth with every bite. Mittai Kadai halwa will leave a lasting impression with its taste.
Laddu is the most popular festive treat in India and it is offered as medicine in ancient days to treat surgical patients by offering sesame laddus to treat their surgical patients from antiseptic there are many different versions of this favourite sweet and the most popular is motichoor laddu. One of the most prevalent sweets of the country for its unique taste and texture and it is used for occasions and celebrations.