Sweets are an indispensable part of our Indian culture, they are shared at all times – not only on festive occasions but in day-to-day life. It could be as small a reason as getting a good job or a good grade, or a big reason like getting engaged or buying a new house. Indian sweets form an integral part of any celebration or festival as well.
The long preparation hours, lots of interesting ingredients, the toil associated, etc. make them yummy, enlivening the spirits. Indian sweets differ to some extent, from one city to the other, also influenced by other cuisines in the world particularly those from the Southeast Asia. Fascinatingly, sweet as a part of daily Indian life is but a tiny parcel of a whole. Indian sweets and vegetarian snacks are undoubtedly, more than just aromatic, savory concoctions that satiate your palate. No good news is complete without offering of sweets. In every festival, ritual or occasion, in India, it is essential to make sweets as a part of the meal. Sweets in India thus, signify prosperity, happiness and affection.
To celebrate such love and affection of our sweets, I have started with this event “ Lets Celebrate – Indian Sweets”.
You just have to submit any Indian sweet recipes, fresh or archived. Link as many as you want, I will grab them all 🙂
Here are the rules for the event :
- Please link in your recipes between 25th October – 25st December to the linky tool below
- Only Indian sweets are allowed, any cuisine, any course.
- Eggs are allowed, both in baking and cooking
- Both archived and new entries are welcome.
- Please leave me a note if you are unable to do so, and I will link it for you.
- If linking an archived recipe, please update it with the back link to this page
- Usage of Logo is mandatory, and so is the back link to this page
- Non-bloggers please send me the recipe at firstname.lastname@example.org and I shall update it for you.