Bal mithai originated in the Kumaon region. It was an invention of Lala Joga Shah of Lal Bazaar, Almora The ecstasy that runs through one’s heart and soul is more powerful for this small yet delicious sweet made out of the goodness of khoya, cane sugar and white sugar. Bal Mithai, a chocolate- like fudge, made with roasted khoya and garnished with white sugar balls is a renowned sweet from the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand in India, arising more clearly from the Kumaon region of Almora. The sweet has long been a specialty of the Almora district and neighboring Kumaon hills which fills people with a delight of taste and serves the best to satisfy one’s sweet tooth. With the combination of crunchy sweet balls on the top and soft chocolate-like surface, this delicacy brings with it a ‘must-try tag’. Lala joga sah from Almora bring you this amazing sweet and we at Foodfeasta.com bring it to you to make things simpler. Try it once and get accustomed to us.
|Shelf Life||10 days|
|City Spl.||Almora, Uttarakhand|
|Ingredients||Khoya - Sugar - White Sugar Balls|
|Storage||Store in a cool & dry place.|
|Country of manufacture||India|