Celebrate this festival season with traditional mithais. We Indians are known for having a sweet tooth. Eating 'something sweet' at the end of our meal is almost a ritual. On festive occasions, the sweet craving meter just shoots up to unimaginable levels. The number of popular Indian sweet dishes is never-ending. Some of these mithais have even gone to become symbolic in the global food map. From mouth-watering rasgullas to piping-hot jalebis, here's a list of 20 sweets an Indian can never say ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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