6 Lesser Known Sweets From Mangalore You MUST Try On Your Next Trip To The Coastal City

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Underrated Sweets From Mangalore

Mangalore home to the Gaud Saraswat Brahmin (GSB) community has an elaborate spread of sweets that remain hidden from foodies across India. 

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1. Patholi

It's an aromatic sweet of rice flour pancakes cradled with jaggery filling steamed in colocasia leaves.

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2. Saat 

A popular sweet among the Gaud Saraswat Brahmin community, Saat is a melt-in-the-mouth biscuity pastry covered in powdered sugar. 

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3. Phenori 

A crispy layered pastry covered in powdered sugar. 

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4. Pheni 

It's a comforting sweet where crispy sewiyan is devoured with hot badam milk. 

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5. God Appo 

A sweet version of the popular paddu, a batter made with rice flour, banana and sugar is cooked in an appe pan. 

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6. Chibbada Harshale

A perfect summer cooler,. Chibbade Harshale is a refreshing cold kheer made with muskmelon and coconut milk with a hint of cardamom. 

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Which of these sweets do you wish to try? 

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