India is home to scores of culinary styles stemming from its enormous cultural diversity. While some of these gastronomies have garnered immense popularity over the years, several still remain to be discovered on a larger scale. One such cuisine that implores exploration is that of Kokani Muslims inhabiting the west coast of India, predominantly Raigad and Ratnagiri districts of Maharashtra. The delicacies of this ethnic group have an understated intricacy and are largely shaped through use of staples like rice, seafood and coconut.
In this article, I will acquaint you with some of the classic sweet delights of this community. These sugary treats involve use of humble ingredients like rice, coconut milk, grated coconut, jaggery, bottle gourd, eggs and much more.
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast