Category: Sweets

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  • Noonay Ki Barfi, Lalamusa

    Barfi, or burfi is simply a dense milk based sweet confectionery from different countries of South Asia, a type of sweet (mitahi). Originally from India & Pakistan, the name of this sweet is a derivative of the Persian word barf, it describes snow. It is highly delicious & demanding if you get it from Noona Halwai (Ashrafi Sweets), Lalamusa City the taste will be original and remembering. Must try and send gift to your family members, relatives, friends and beloved ones.

  • Jalandhar Motichoor House Kay Laddoo

    Jalandhar Sweets (Jalandhar Motichoor House, Lahore)

    Laddu or laddoo are ball-shaped sweets popular in Pakistan & India. Moteechoor Laddus are made of fresh & pure flour, minced dough as well as sugar with other ingredients which vary by recipe. These are often served at festive or religious occasions.

    For delicious, genuine and traditional taste, must taste Moteechoor Laddoo by Jalandhar Motichoor House, Anar Kali, Lahore. These are the most popular laddoos in Pakistan.

  • Amrasa, Batkhela, Malakand

    Amrasa, a delicious sweet, traditionally popular from Batkhela, Malakand. In the city, there are three brothers who are famous in manufacturing of high quality Amrasa sweet. Pakistani Soghat provides this traditional sweet at your doorstep from the highland of love, hospitality and sweetness, place order online.

  • Akhroti Halwa by Cafe Sajawal Sweets, Sadiqabad

    Akhroti Sohan Halwa is very popular sweet in Pakistan as well as other South Asian countries. It is made by milk, cornflour, sugar and dry fruits. Its demand increases in winter season, which is used as a special gift.

    Akhrot (Walnut) Halwa by Cafe Sajawal Sweets, Sadiqabad is highly popular in Pakistan, must taste it. Pakistani Soghat Group is available to share and send this delicious halwa for you wherever you are living in Pakistan.

  • Al-Muhafiz Multani Sohan Halwa

    Al Muhafiz Multani Sohan Halwa

  • Rewari Multani Sohan Halwa

    Rewari Sweets’ Multani Halwa (Sohan Halwa)