It is a sweet proud moment for our India, as not one but three sweet dishes have made it to the list of ‘50 Best Street Food Sweets’ declared by TasteAtlas magazine ‘Travel Global, Eat Local’ and review the food items.
The first five sweet dishes on the list are Pastel De Nata from Portugal, Serabi from Indonesia, Dondurma from Turkey, Hotteok from South Korea, and Pa Thong Ko from Thailand. While our Indian sweets Mysore Pak from Karnataka, Kulfi and Kulfi Falooda have made it to the listing at these positions. C
First is Mysore Pak which origins from Mysore Palace, Karnataka has made it to the 14th position! This sweet dish is made up of simple ingredients like besan (gram flour), ghee, and sugar. Reacting at such proud especially Karnataka netizens, here’s how the deputy CM of the state has shared his happ
DK Shivakumar shared on Twitter, “Kannadigas are proud that Mysore Pak has been ranked 14th among the world's top 50 street sweets published by Taste Atlas. My childhood memories of sharing mysore pak when my father and relatives who came home often brought me still."
He further added by complimenting the chefs for making it popular, “The hard work and skill of millions of chefs lies behind the Mysore Pak, which was born in the Mysore Palace and reaches every household today. All of them deserve credit for this.”
India’s one of the most favourites Kulfi has ranked 18th position in the list, which is an ice-cream made of slowly shimmered milk.
Another go-to street sweet dish of India Kulfi Falooda has been ranked at 32nd position, it is dense and creamy kulfi that is served with thin Falooda noodles mostly in the northern part of India.