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A classic Andhra sweet made using urad dal that is usually prepared during the festival Sankranthi and most other festivals too. Sunnundalu are very commonly prepared during the kid's vacations too as it is considered to be very nutritious, high in calcium and is believed to make the bones stronger, especially in growing kids and women. A very tasty sweet but needs oodles of ghee and sugar.
Kova Kajjikayalu is a traditional south indian dessert and widely sold at pure ghee sweet stores. These are similar to Mawa Gujiyas (except for the sugar syrup coating) made by the north indians.. The crispy crunchy exterior, mildly sweet stuffing n the coated sugar syrup takes it to just another level ... No matter how many new varieties arise, the authentic ones are unbeatable for sure !!
Motichoor ladoo is an Indian sweet, different from boondi ladoo, because this is with tiny boondi, almost like little rice pearls and slightly different method of preparation and ingredients.
Because it is a sensitive sweet, actual shape may deviate in transit
Bellam boondi is a most popular Andhra sweet. Also called as “Boondi mithai” in some parts, this is one sweet which is loved by all the kids. Crispy boondi coated with jaggery makes you crave for more and more.
Kajjikayalu, a popular sweet or pindivantakam from Andhra. But this sweet is not only limited to Andhra or southern India. It is call 'Gujjia' in the Northern parts of India.
Whatever the name its a sweet enjoyed by young and old alike. Also whatever the filling maybe nutty, plain coconut, sweet pappulu, khova or a mix of all these...
It surely tastes yummy and this is one of the favourites in diwali time.
Poothareku (singular) is a popular sweet from atreyapuram, east godavari, india. Pootha is coating and reku (plural rekulu) is sheet in telugu. Pootharekulu are also known as paper sweets as they give the appearance of folded paper. Made in the base of sugar syrup