7 Must-Try Curd-Based Indian Sweets: Taste The Tradition

03 May 24


Dahi Chenna

Chenna, a traditional Odia dessert, is made by curdling milk and then combining it with sugar, yoghurt, cardamom and almond flavors.

Mishti Doi

Bengali cuisine's Mishti Doi is prepared by fermenting milk using curd-producing bacteria. The rich, creamy yoghurt tastes amazing and has a caramelized flavour.

Dahi Halwa

Dahi halwa is made with hung curd and roasted semolina. Its creamy texture is enhanced by a dressing made of milk-soaked saffron strands.

Mango Shrikhand

A Maharashtrian delicacy called shrikhand is prepared with mango, dried fruits, sugar, cardamom, saffron, and hung curd. It's typically offered as a chilled dessert.

Curd Barfi

This delicious treat combines yoghurt, condensed milk, nuts, cardamom seeds, and dried fruits. It is then sliced and frozen, and served to guests.

Kesari Raita

Kesari Raita is another dessert that combines yoghurt and milk infused with saffron. Dried fruits are added as a garnish, and it is sweetened with sugar or jaggery.

Curd Jelly Pudding

To make curd jelly pudding, dissolve the jelly packets in hot water and leave to cool. Mix the dissolved jelly in the Milkmaid first then in the curd. Pour it into a pudding mold, and let it solidify.

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