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Indian sweets come in a variety of colours, textures and shapes. Each sweet has its own identity; collectively these are called Mithai which is derived from the word mitha (sweet). There are many varieties of specific types of Indian sweets which are usually a derivative of the original recipe for the sweet.
The South Indian Rava Upmaa, madr from dry roasted semolina. Typically a breakfast dish by origin, however it has been adopted as a starter dish compliment with a variety of sauces and vegetables.
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