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This is something special among local specialties that have really made a mark outside of the region where they are made.

This is a sweet that is made from milk cream, sugar and some proprietary flours. It is made by just two sweet makers in the City of Dharwad, Central Karnataka and in the branches of these sweet makers in a few more cities.

It's a brown dry mild-sweet, that comes in disk shaped inch-long pieces, powder coated. You can eat a dozen pieces and may still want to eat more. They are almost oil free and absolutely non-sticky. We rarely make non-sticky sweets in India or am I wrong?


Sales Rep to Boss: " Sir, I am sorry we lost the Karnataka University order. But, here sir, I brought a kilo of Dharwad Phedas."
Added 2011-09-01 by I love Dtool






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