Sweets, which are considered as desserts in most cultures,are served at the beginning of a South Indian meal. Be it be Payasam, Mysore Pak or Rava Laddoo, South Indian cuisine has a wide range of unique sweets. Every household has its unique style of preparing these sweets. Apart from being made to celebrate special occasions and to serve at weddings, many households also have the practice of regularly making sweets and kheers to offer to God and other auspicious days. Flavours from South have made way all across India and broken territorial boundaries.
Lets discover some of the South Indian Desserts: