MITHAIS, also known as "Mishtaan" (meaning sweet food), are synonymous with celebrations in India. Any good news is that of a promotion, marriage, birth in a family is invariably heralded with a box of sweets. Our favourite expression is "muh meetha karo".
An astounding variety of sweets is available from different parts of the country. Most mithai are actually quite easy to make and once you’ve mastered making these delicacies at home, you will hardly need to go to a sweet shop.
Recipes included are
Dry Fruit Mithai
Sugar Free Mithai
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Recipes : 105
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