11 Delicious and Famous Sweets of Hyderabad You Must Try

Anyone who has visited Hyderabad even once in their lives is familiar with the city's delectable cuisine. The lip-smacking Biriyani and the finger-licking Qubani ka Meetha are two of Hyderabad's most famous dishes. Everything is delicious, and if you are a foodie, the city will ensure that you win the jackpot! So, are you intending to fly to Hyderabad on a budget and do you have a sweet tooth? In this blog, we've compiled a list of popular Hyderabad sweets. Make sure you don't miss any of these!

1. Qubani ka Meetha is a film directed by Qubani ka Meetha.

Let's start with the city's most popular sweet, Qubani ka Meetha, which every traveller should sample. Apricots, gulab jal, almonds, and cream are used to make this delicious treat. It is a typical sweet delicacy from the city's royal kitchens. Once your taste senses become familiar with the delicacy of this meal, you will salivate over it.

Also, take ideas from our previous blog on: 5 Best Gujarati Sweets To Try At Home

2. Tukda Shahi

Shahi Tukda is now found in many kitchens across the country, but its popularity in Hyderabad remains unrivalled. When in the city, you must have this wonderful delicacy, also known as Double ka Meetha. Perhaps you'll discover a new delicacy to add to your list of finest desserts!

3. Sheer Khurma

In Persian, Sheer Khurma means 'Milk with dates.' It's a vermicelli pudding that's traditionally served on Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

4. Jauzi Halwa

The next item on the menu is Jauzi Halwa, a delectable sweet dessert that you will never forget. It originated in Hyderabad and is currently accessible in almost every section of the country. Nothing, however, compares to the genuineness of Hyderabad. The meal pleased the Nizam of Hyderabad so much that he named the business after his son.

Also, take ideas from our previous blog on: 17 Rajasthani Sweets We Bet You Would Love To Eat With Greed

5. Mauz Ka Meetha 

Mauz ka MItha, also known as the banana sweet in Hyderabad, is a popular sweet food that can be found in practically every corner of the city. Bananas, milk, ghee, sugar, and almonds are used to make it.

6. MItha Shahjahani

This sweet meal is made of tomatoes, which may sound odd. Yes, this is the greatest tomato halwa recipe. Have you ever heard of it before? That's OK. When you're in Hyderabad, give it a try; we're confident you'll enjoy it. It's incredibly tasty and can be bought at most candy stores.

7. Jali Badam ki

This is a legitimate sweet food, or you could call them almond cookies. It is the crown jewel of all the Hyderabadi sweet foods described here. It's one of the most popular Nizami sweets, and you must eat it if you're visiting the city's cuisine scene. It's practically everywhere throughout the city.

8. Ariselu

Ariselu is a popular sweet delicacy prepared with jaggery and rice flour that is served at festivities like Makkar Sankranti. In Maharashtra, it is known as Anarsa, while in Karnataka, it is known as Kajjaay.

9. Nankhatai

Short bread cookies that are popular in Pakistan and India. Nankhatai, on the other hand, has its roots in Hyderabad's Nizami history. It is derived from the Persian words 'nan' and 'khatai,' which respectively mean bread and biscuits.

10. Akkaravadisal

This sweet delicacy, also known as Akkara Adisil, is a typical Iyenger specialty. It's made using milk, rice, and jiggery. It's a traditional Brahmin dish that's comparable to Sakkarai pongal.

11. Payasam Semiya

It's a vermicelli-based sweet dish that's similar to kheer. This delicious dish may now be found in practically every Indian home. The one in Hyderabad, on the other hand, is remarkable and has a real flavour.

Also, take ideas from our previous blog on: Kerala Sweets: 18 Popular Desserts To Make Your

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