We are a group of Bloggers running marathons month after month. We normally blog thrice a week but April and September are our special months, where we blog everyday except Sunday. This April we decided to choose our a region and cook alphabetically. 
Sindh is a state in Pakistan and it was during the 1945 partition that most Hindu Sindhi’s came to India. Sindhi’s who were once rich zamindars had to struggle to meet ends. I have heard nerve wracking stories from my grandmother and parents. Sindhi’s are hard working and great business men and as a result have come up and you shall find them all over the globe. 
The new generation is at a loss as they are not acquainted with Sindhi Culture and food. I have tried my best to get all Sindhi Sweets in one place. Sindhis have different communities , traditions, customs and food , so the recipes may vary.
Hope you enjoy this virtual treat and this is a helpful post.
Thanks Valli for giving me an opportunity to learn what I had been wanting to since years.



A to Z , 26 Traditional Sindhi Sweets

15 thoughts on “A to Z , 26 Traditional Sindhi Sweets”

  1. LOVED ALL your traditional Sindhi desserts Vaishali. I've bookmarked many of your yummy sweets — hopefully I'll make them soon and enjoy them. Until then I'll drool over your pics.

  2. Except to drool over all d sweets and appreciate ur hard work & commitment to bring us this series so wonderfully presented , I have nothing but heartfelt appreciation Vaishali ! Great job done

  3. I learnt many new Sindhi sweets during this marathon and thanks for taking this theme. It was fun doing the marathon with you.

  4. The sweet completely looks delicious as the way it was presented. With the exception, the number of sweet recipes and good begins for basic cooking for beginners and experts too. Can you post some other sweets recipe?

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