India 12 November 2016: We indians have our own style of indian sweets that we make at home during the christmas season. Read on to see 10 Indian sweets you can make this Christmas.
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One thing that we always ask our friends or family when they are visiting Goa is Bebinca. This amazing sweet is made from coconut, jaggery and flour. Bebinca was introduced to Indians by the Portuguese who ruled Goa.
Bolinha are Chewy coconut cookies that are made during Christmas and make for a perfect tea-time snack. These are sweet cookies which have a unique flavor coming from the combination of cardamom and coconut. Bolinha are very simple and easy to make.
5. Chocolate Fudge
You can’t enjoy Christmas without chocolates, Chocolate fudge is an amazing sweet to add chocolate to your christmas sweets. Chocolate Fudge truly makes Christmas complete, with it’s amazing taste. It;s not that difficult to make as well.
6. Perad or Guava Cheese
Guava cheese is a Goan speciality made from ripe guavas. Guava cheese is also popularly known as Perad and Goia-bada in Portuguese.
Jujubs are gelatin based candies which are rolled in sugar. Jujubs are soft and chewy to eat and are a favourite among kids. These colorful candies add that little extra color to the Christmas festivities.
Marzipans are confectionery commonly made during Christmas in many christian households. These are confectioneries made from almond meal.
Nan khatai is an amazing tea time Indian sweet and savory cookie. It can be easily prepared at home. Nan khatai are mostly prepared using ghee, maida and rawa.