We all love sweets and desserts. It is a significant element in Indian Cuisine. Indian desserts and sweets are also known as mithai. After dinner and lunch, we all used to take the desserts. We Indian are very well known as sweet tooth and we all love varieties of sweets.
So, this article is related to the Indian Desserts. In this article, we present you the taste and love about Indian Sweets. So, with the the help of Questions and Answers present in this article, we can able to test our knowledge related to Indian Desserts and Sweets.
Answers are in BOLD
#1. What do you need to do to cookie dough to prepare it for consumption?
Give it an egg wash.
Nothing. It’s good how it is.
#2. What does condensed milk magically transform into when it’s slowly heated up and cooked?
Dulce de leche
#3. Which of these ingredients is necessary for traditional whipped cream?
Organic Condensed Milk
Fresh Heavy Cream
#4. What’s another name for chocolate fondant?
Molten Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Bon Bons
#5. Which of these ingredients goes into a traditional mousse?
#6. For mouth-watering rice pudding, what basic ingredients would you need?
Rice, Flour, Cinnamon and Cornstarch
Rice, Milk Cornsyarch and Cinnamon
Rice, Milk, Cinnamon and Flour
Rice, Milk, Sugar, and Cinnamon
#7. Which of these is not a Bengali sweet?
#8. Which of these fruits is never used to make kheer?
#9. Pick the odd one out.
#10. Which of these is not a milk-based dessert?
#11. Which India state is known for the best ‘thekua’?
#12. Which of these is not a sweet dish?
#13. Which of these basic recipes would work for a simple, traditional chocolate cake?
Milk, Eggs, Yeast, Chocolate and Cornstarch
Sweetend Condensed Milk, Cassave flour, White Chocilate and Eggs
Heavy Cream, Yeast, Eggs,Semi-sweet Chocolate and Wheat flour
Milk, Eggs, Yeast. Chocolate and Flour
#14. How do you prepare flan?
Cook it with a handheld torch.
Only need to chill it.
#15. A great dessert must have sugar in it.
#16. This sweet made of sesame seeds and jaggery is specially prepared in Maharashtra during the festival of Makar Sankranti.
#17. Which of these is the Indian equivalent of ice cream?
#18. This dessert is prepared by Muslims during the feast of Eid ul-Fitr which marks the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting.
#19. This Bengali sweet consists of paneer balls dipped in sugar syrup.
#20. Which of these Indian desserts is made of yogurt?
#21. This sweet is said to be the favourite of the Hindu deity, Lord Ganesh.
#22. This sweet is prepared during the festival of Holi.
Article last re-published on August 3, 2020.