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  • In that sense, I like the Indian concept of "mithai" or sweets, small treats that can be eaten in a couple of bites.

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  • Traditional sweets or "mithai" still dominate the industry in India, where sweets are given and eaten at festivals.


  • Celebrating a new baby, a promotion at work or straight A*s in your GCSEs is incomplete without a plate of mithai (sweets).

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  • Does the Sene know that the potato and even cottage cheese from which mithai is made, were, among other foodstuffs, “foreigners” to India, being introduced here by Portuguese traders?

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  • For me, Bengali mithai = rasgulla or malai sandwich.

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  • Then again, rasgulla and ras-malai are the only two Indian mithai that I really enjoy.

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  • Btw arrowroot can be used in a lot of Indian mithai too.

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  • In Indian mithai it is used mostly to add creaminess.

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  • Meera, new hai yeh sweet tooth just doesn't let go of gazing this amazing mithai!


  • Remember, Thakkar sweets/farsan mart, they generally used to have this mithai.



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  • Indian sweets that consist of many different kinds of milk, sugar and flour-based confections originating from the Indian sub-continent.


    February 24, 2008