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People all over the world love sweets. There is something deeply satisfying about eating a good dessert, a great chocolate or some delicious confectionary. Some people like sweets so much that they base their holiday plans around the birthplace of their favourite sweets. Here are a few ideas for those dedicated sweet tooths.
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Mumbai, IndiaIndia is famous for its food, but there is much more than curry on offer. India is famous for its amazing sweets and confectionary. The Hindustani word to describe these delicacies is mithai. Most Indian sweets are made from milk or mil products, condensed milk, sugar and are usually cooked by frying. Mithai are often served to celebrate very auspicious occasions in India, things like the birth of a child or getting a new job. Mithai are also given out at holiday times.
Some of the more famous Indian sweets are Barfi, made of condensed milk and ground pistachios or cashews; Chikki, a simple sweet made of peanuts, cashews and molasses; and Gulab juman, which consists of fried milk balls soaked in sweet rose-water syrup.