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Iconic Indian desserts made with milk and milk products blended with flavours resulting in creamy delicacy.

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Made from handpicked cashews, almonds, pistachio, figs & dates coated with pure silver and handcrafted in different shapes.

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Sweets made using various flours and frizzled in pure healthy clarified butter. Made with authentic desi ghee.

Ayurvedic Recipes

Made from several herbs and spices which our rishimunis have described in ancient books. Used for rejuvenation & acts as tonic for whole body.

Ghari

Our mouth watering ghari is made of batter, milk, mawa and pure ghee – handcrafted in round shapes with sweet filling.

Kajukatri

Made from white, sweet and crispy cashews combined with nuts and various fruits. Coated with pure silver.

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From the start, we have been on a continuous journey to delight each customer who visits our abode. It is our goal to provide the most demanding customers with memorable, magical sweets that deliver the best of taste and discover a luxury experience found only in Surat, and only at 24 Carats.

In a span of 83 years, 24 Carats Mithai Magic has grown to comprise a classic collection of 200 traditional Indian desserts in tune with the contemporary tastes and delightfully rich quality.

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Mouth-watering Traditional Indian Sweets
Mouth-watering Traditional Indian Sweets
India, a country which will never fail to wow you with its diverse culture, old monuments, and stunning architecture. But one more thing we Indians are famous with are our delicious mouthwatering sweets. If you want to join me on this journey of experiencing sugary delightful sweets aka mithai from numerous locations across India keep reading this blog! It is no secret that we Indians have a sweet taste and many tourists travel only to participate in a gourmet tour, see various food locations, and encounter the delectable cuisine of multiple areas. This list includes treats from various sections of India, representing different cultures and beliefs. Prepare yourself for a diabetical and exciting culinary adventure.

Gulab Jamun

Let’s start with Gulab jamun, a soft delicious berry sized ball made with milk solids, flour & a leavening agent. These are soaked in rose flavored sugar syrup. If you eat one, you will end up wantting to eat them again and again! Gulab Jamun has a brownish tint and may be eaten hot or cold, according to your preference. Place of Origin: Its origins are in Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand, where it is a common accompaniment at festivities and celebrations.

Kulfi

Let’s talk about the Indian version of Ice Cream, “Kulfi”! Extremely popular among teenagers and young adults, it's created with whole milk, powdered sugar, cardamom powder, and comes in delectable flavors like strawberry, mango, Kesar, raisins, and almonds. Kulfi is rich and creamy, and it comes in clay pots or on popsicle sticks. It's simple for you to make, typically done at home during parties, marriage ceremonys and festivals. You need to take the molds out of the freezer 10-15 minutes before serving. It is just to enable the kulfi to melt somewhat. We Indians like that dripping Kulfi and we believe that it adds to a layer. You can also add toppings like ground cardamom, saffron, or pistachios according to your preferences and flavored touch. Falooda (vermicelli noodles) is also sometimes served with kulfi. Place of origin: India during the Mughal period

Rasgulla

Rasgulla or Roshgulla (for all my fellow Bengalis out there) is a Bengali dish that is widely consumed throughout India. The first thing that will come to your mind after eating this sweet will be its fluffiness and how quickly it will melt in your mouth. Ideally within a week Rasgulla should be consumed after removing the packaging. Rasgulla is often mixed with sugar syrup to give it that extra fluffiness. You can also use rose water to give it a distinct flavor and richness. Place of origin: Orissa, West Bengal

Milk Peda

The milk peda is a popular dessert, and numerous variations may be found around the country. Paneer or khoya, condensed milk, milk powder, chopped pistachio, cardamom powder, saffron, and ghee are common ingredients in peda. Peda is generally served after lunch or dinner. Pedas originated in the present-day Uttar Pradesh city of Mathura. The Mathura Peda is the city's most well-known variation. Several other variations of Pedha include Kandi Peda from Satara, Maharashtra and dood peda from Nandini Milk Co-operative in Karnataka. In a nutshell Pedha is your milk sugary dish which will never disappoint you whatever variation you might eat. Place of origin: Mathura, Uttar Pradesh SeviyanSeviyan are a classic sweet consisting of vermicelli and dried fruits in a Muslim family. The significant components are Vermicelli, sugar, cashew nuts, almonds, raisins, saffron, green cardamom, milk, and butter. The vermicelli is boiled in milk with the addition of dried fruits. The dish Lachha Seviyan is popularly consumed during Eid festivities. Place of origin: Punjab

Shrikhand

Shrikhand, also known as Green Yogurt, is a renowned Maharashtra and Gujarat delicacy. Strain yogurt, sugar, saffron, and cardamom go into this delectable dessert. Visitors love the creamy, velvety dessert, affectionately known as 'ambrosia of the gods.' Shrikhand also comes in other flavors like Mango where it is called Amrakhand and a pistachio flavor as well. They are all rich variations that can make your hot summers a sweet delight. Place of origin: Gujarat and Maharashtra

Gajar ka Halwa

Gajar (carrot) ka Halwa is a mouth-watering recipe and a very common household sweet that every Indian mom loves to make. Halwa can be created with various ingredients, including pineapple, badam, watermelon, papaya, raw banana, beetroot, and pumpkin, depending on the chef's mood. Place of Origin: It is mainly found in North India, particularly Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.

Ras Malai

Although it's made a little differently, Ras Malai is a distant relative of rasgulla. If the sight of cheese balls drenched in creamy soapy milk and spiced with cardamom appeals to you, you will like this treat. The flavor of Ras Malai is most refined when served cold. Ras Malai will pierce your heart like an arrow, and you'll be back for more before you know it. Place of Origin: West Bengal

Rabdi

Rabdi is a creamy, decadent dessert prepared with milk, sugar, almonds, and spices. Depending on who is eating it, the dessert is served hot or cold. It is liked by those who enjoy a drink with chunks of cream. Rabri is delicious on its own but you can also eat it with malpua or jalebis. Sweetened milk is heated in a big open pot (kadhai) to make rabri. When a layer of cream appears on the surface of the milk, it is removed and set aside. The technique is repeated until the milk supply is depleted. Place of origin: North India, mainly Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand

Jalebi

A tourist to India is unlikely to be unfamiliar with Jalebi, as it is one of the most popular sweets produced in various colors throughout the nation. Rice flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, curd, allowed food color, vegetable oil, sugar, and water are used in making Jalebis. Depending on the color agent you can find a yellow or an orange jalebi mostly across India and adding Rabdi to it can bring even more joy to you. Place of origin: Different variants of Jalebis are found everywhere in India

Kaju Katli

The Indian delicacy Kaju katli (meaning "cashew slice"), also known as Kaju Barfi, is similar to a barfi. Barfi is created by thickening milk with sugar and other components. This dish will give you an exquisite and rich experience. Usually it is a dish that is served during Diwali but any festiv moment can involve this delicacy to be part of your sweet craving.

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Top Indian sweets to cool down this summer’s hot craving
Top Indian sweets to cool down this summer’s hot craving
Sitting outside with friends and family, enjoying a light and vibrant curry while sipping cold refreshing beverages and topping off with favourite Indian sweets for a satisfying meal is the ideal Indian summer scene. This is the epitome of pleasure. India’s culinary is abound in summer-appropriate dishes, when it comes to a colder dessert offering, allowing you to make the most of the hot days, whether it's a creamy sorbet, a liquid-based sweet, or an indulgent dessert with iced sugar syrup. If you are one of the sweet-toothed people who love to indulge in surgery delights, this blog is your guide to a perfect summer. 24 Carat Mithai Magic is going to be your go-to place, sitting anywhere across India, for doorstep delivery of your favourite sweets. Here is our list of sweets that we can not wait to indulge in, this summer:

Ice Halwa

A sweet delicacy famous across India, Ice Halwa definitely tops our list. The saying "Don't judge a book by its cover" could not be more applicable to ice halwa, as it is not composed of ice. While the thought of a chilly halwa dish may catch your attention, ice halwa is rather a delectable variation on the classic dish, and its colour and preparation are what give it its name. Because it is powdered with icing sugar, ice halwa is ivory in colour. Because the combination is rested for up to four hours before serving, it has a thick, creamy and satisfying texture.

Kaju Gulkand

A sugared rose petal delicacy, that gives us major chills is definitely one of the most favoured sweets across India. When combined with Kaju, Gulkand forms one of the most favoured delicacies. Apart from being tasty enough, in the summer, Gulkand can actually prevent sunstrokes, nasal bleeding, and drowsiness. Real Mango Magic Halwa How could Mango Halwa not be a part of our favourite summer sweet? Consisting of real mango, capturing the real essence of Indian summers, Mango Halwa is a fragrant and scrumptious Indian sweet pudding that's perfect as a snack or after-meal dessert.

Rasgulla

It's difficult to say whether the syrup-soaked balls or the rich, sweet syrup itself are the most wonderful part of this dish! Made all over the Indian Subcontinent, but love the most by Bengalis, these little balls are cooked in water until light and spongy, then soaked in sugar syrup. Because the balls are chilled for a couple of hours before serving, you may make this ahead of time and cherish it.

Rasmalai

In the popular ras malai, soft, spongy dumplings made of chenna or paneer are soaked in thick, creamy milk. For summers, allowing yourself to have a bowl of this delicious sweet to treat yourself does no harm. Very few sweets are as delightful as chilled ras malai with saffron and cardamom infusion.

Sutarfeni

The feeling of sweetness melting in your mouth naturally, leaving you feeling mesmerised in this summer air. Sutarfeni is just one of those dishes that make you drool instantly in these hot summers.  

Berry Delight

What’s better than indulging in some berrylicious delights? Stuffing your mouth with berry flavoured sweets can really bring in the feels. Ranging from varieties of berries out there, strawberry is one of our favourites and when it comes to a sweet, what better can you ask for? Apart from the listed sweets, there are so many other sweets that give us lip-smacking satisfaction, when eaten with the right kinds of combinations. Ranging from special orange, pineapple, raspberry and many other summer fruit sweets to our all-time favourite Kaju Katri in different flavours, along with other dry fruit sweets 24-carat mithai shop has got you covered for all. Bengali sweets like rajbhog, and different types of Rabdis, hit differently in summer while pure desi ghee sweets like Mohanthal,  Motipak, and Dahithara give you the energy to beat this summer heat. Pair our sweets with icecreams or chilled drinks and enjoy the hot summer days from the comfort of your home. If this blog left you craving some really fun summer sweets, do share this blog with your friends and family to give them some cravings too. Cannot wait to see how you plan to reward your tastebuds this summer.

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