South Indian Sweet Recipes With Jaggery
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16 Best South Indian Sweet Recipes With Jaggery

Jaggery is a large type of sugar made from the sap of date palm trees. It is also called gur, panel sugar, muscovado, or simply. The word jaggery comes from ancient Sanskrit words “jakkara” which means “sugar cane” and “Arabic” which means “wet.”

16 South Indian Sweet Recipes With Jaggery

Jaggery is used in many parts of India in various forms like in these 15 different types of sweets here!

Here are some examples:

1. Noolputtu

2. Chakkara Pongal

3. Mysore Pak

4. Uppittu

5. Rava Laddu

6. Besan Burfi

7. Butter Milk Burfi [ Desi children eat it with milk or even coffee.]

8. Dodol

9. Ladoo

10. Kesari

11. Halwa

12. Puttani

13. Haladina

14. Kobbari Bhath

15. Carrot halwa

16. Dhanushkodi halwa

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I hope you’ve enjoyed exploring these South Indian sweets today. If you’re hungry for more, check out our list of the top 10 best south Indian dishes to make at home, or visit your local grocery store and try something new! Keep visiting

AboutAadhya Sharma

Hi! I'm Aadhya Sharma. I'm the owner of, a food blog that features traditional South Indian recipes and cooking techniques with a modern twist.
I come from a family of cooks, and my mother has been teaching me ever since I was little. The kitchen is where I feel most at home because it's there that we can truly connect to one another through our love for good food and good conversation!
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