Halwa (halawa, halava, helva, halua, chalwa) refers to many types of dense, sweet confections, desserts served across India. However, Tirunelveli Halwa / Wheat Halwa, popularly known as Tirunelveli Halwa is one of the famous Sweet in South Indian Cuisine. Tirunelveli Halwa is known for its unique, exotic, and incomparable taste. It is believed that Thamirabharani river water and fermented wheat milk is the key ingredient for this delicacy. The Halwa (means sweets or candy) is the address of Tirunelveli (a city in the south Indian state. Almost everyone who visits the town is sure to taste the authentic Halwa which holds an exclusive signature on its traditional delicacy. This is a real sweet treat and made for a long shelf-life.
Badusha is a sugary delicious treat for festivals like diwali. The layered texture of sugar coats compels us to indulge in eating more badushas. Ingredients used are Maida, Butter, Oil, Curd and Sugar.
Discover the superior taste and nutritional value of figs with Kozhikode fig halwa! Kozhikode fig halwa is known for its incredible taste, and it is regarded as a timeless dish that embodies the true taste of the culinary traditions of Kozhikode or Calicut.