Andrassay is a delicious sweet, popular in Sub-continent. It is prepared by flour, sugar, Chopped cardamom, Ghee, Sesame seeds as well as Baking powder.
The most popular and genuine taste of Andrassay is associated with Tahir Sweets, Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan. They prepare this sweet with the following three categories:
Nankhatai (Khalifa Nan Khatai) (خطائی نان) are crunchy shortbread biscuits very popular in Sub-continent countries India & Pakistan. This word of Nankhatai is derived from Irani word Naan defining bread & Khatai from an famous Afghan word describing Biscuit. Usually, in Afghanistan as well as Northeast Persia, these shortbread & crunchy biscuits are called Kulcha-e-Khataye. Here, kulcha is a kind of bread alike to Naan.
Badami Nankhatai by Khalifa Bakers, Inside Mochi Gate, Lahore is the most famous and demanding crunchy cookie. It is delicious and light sweet with unique taste.
Qalakand is a popular South Asian sweet made out of solidified, sweetened milk and cottage cheese. Kalakand is made in Pakistan during different festivals and celebrations such as Eid, weddings, birthday parties and programs. A huge pan is kept on a flame and large amount of milk is boiled stirring it continuously till it is thickened with sugar and dry fruits.
Qalaqand by Delhi Sweets & Bakers, Okara City provides the original taste. It is famous traditional sweet of our country.
Dhoda is a festive & delicious sweet, famous in Sub-continent. Khushabi Dhoda in Khushab City by Amin Dhoda Dhoda Houses are very famous in Pakistan that traditionally provides the pure & real taste of this unique sweet. It is prepared by sugar, milk, alum, liquid glucose and ghee with a variety of dry fruits, must taste this delicious sweet directly from its genuine manufacturer by Pakistani Soghat.
Barfi, or burfi is a delicious dense milk based white delicious sweet. It is highly liked in South Asian countries due to its taste, shape and benefits. The best and most popular barfi or burfi in Pakistan is made Mand in Gojra city of Punjab, Pakistan.
Mand Ki Barfi is really tasteful and unique gift from Gojra. These manufacturers are sharing the real taste of this sweet not only within Pakistan, but also abroad. Must try, Pakistani Soghat is providing this barfi/burfi directly from Mand, Gojra for its customers in Pakistan.
This is the most popular sweet in the subcontinent. Gulab Jamun is prepared by khoya/milk, sugar, grated paneer, baking powder and cardamom powder in ghee.
Haji Hakim’s Shop in Sharaqpur Sharif is highly popular in Pakistan due to his tasteful and delicious Gulab Jamun, which are served in “Kujja” (Clay pot) traditionally. Place order today to get Haji Hakim’s Sharaqpuri Gulab Jamuns anywhere in Pakistan by us.
Paira is a lovely sweet recipe, made by milk, sugar and dry fruits. In Pakistan, there two or three famous khoya & paira makers. Among these. Badayuni Pairay by Badayuni Sweets from Mardan, KPK are really a tasty and popular sweet dish that is sent as a gift on different occasions, events and festivals. Guests usually arrive in Pakistan with such type of sweet gifts.
Rewari Sweets’ Multani Halwa (Sohan Halwa)
Sohan Halwa is a delicious traditional sweet, equally famous in Pakistan & India. It is prepared by fresh milk, sugar and dry fruits. For serving family members and guests, people buy it.
Multani Sohan Halwa by Hafiz Habib-ur-Rehman at Hussain Agahi in Multan is the most demanding and famous that is presented as a lovely & sweet gift.
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.