Lassi is a Indian dessert drink made of yogurt, water, spices and fruit. You might think it looks a bit like a smoothie or a milkshake, but it’s actually way better than those.
4. Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun is a very popular sweet in India. No party big or small is complete without these little balls of sweetness. They’re made by heating milk over low heat for a very long time, until most of the water is evaporated and then what’s left is kneaded into dough with a pinch of flour and soaked in syrup.
Kulfi is a traditional Indian frozen dessert. It’s basically like ice-cream but way creamier and denser, which makes the taste more rich and decadent. The most common traditional flavors are mango, rose, saffron, cardamon and pistachio.
6. Shahi Tukda
Shahi Tukda is an Indian dessert that’s a mix between bread pudding and French toast. It consists of fried bread, soaked in sweetened milk and spices. It’s rumored that this dessert might have originated as a way to use up leftover break back in the 19th century. If that’s true, that whoever thought of this was a genius because the result is finger-licking good.