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    For the prefix, see Ped-. For the Indian candy, see Petha. For the nickname, see Peđa.

    Peda

    Alternative names Pedha, Pera

    Course Dessert, Prasāda, Sweet

    Place of origin Indian subcontinent (Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India)

    Region or state Indian subcontinent, Mauritius, Fiji, southern and eastern Africa, the Caribbean, the Malay Peninsula

    Main ingredients Khoya, sugar

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    Peda (pronounced [ˈpeːɽa]) or Pera is a sweet dish hailing from the Indian subcontinent. It originated from Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. Usually prepared in thick, semi-soft, its main ingredients are khoa, sugar and traditional flavorings including cardamom seeds, pistachio nuts and saffron. Its colour varies from a creamy white to a caramel colour. The word is also generically used to mean a sphere of any doughy substance such as flour or . Variant spellings and names for the dessert include , (in Gujarati) and .

    Pedas originated in the city of Mathura in the present-day Uttar Pradesh.[1] The Mathura Peda is the characteristic variety from the city. From Uttar Pradesh, the peda spread to many parts of the Indian subcontinent. Thakur Ram Ratan Singh of Lucknow who migrated to Dharwad (in the present-day Karnataka) in the 1850s introduced pedas there. This distinct variety is now famous as the Dharwad pedha.[2][3] Kandi Peda from Satara in Maharashtra is another variety of peda.[4] Dood peda, made famous by the Nandini Milk Co-operative in Karnataka, is another popular variety.

    As with laddoos, pedas are sometimes used as prasadam in religious services.

    Kesar Peda with Garnishing of Pistachio and Cardamom

    Peda Makers at Bokakhat, Assam, India. Bokakhat is famous for its Peda Industry

    References[edit]

    ^ Sanjeev Kapoor. . Popular. ISBN 9788179917121.^ "Pedas, anyone?". Deccan Herald. 13 May 2008. Archived from the original on 19 April 2016. Retrieved 16 October 2008.^ Ashwin Rajagopalan (26 January 2016). Dharwad Peda: A Regional favourite From Karnataka's sweet repertoire, NDTV.^ 13 products have potential for GI registration

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    Peda

    Indian sweet, often a round flattened ball of dairy solids mixed with spices

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    Peda (pronounced [ˈpeːɽa]) or Pera is a sweet dish hailing from the Indian subcontinent. It originated from Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. Usually prepared in thick, semi-soft, its main ingredients are khoa, sugar and traditional flavorings including cardamom seeds, pistachio nuts and saffron. Its colour varies from a creamy white to a caramel colour. The word is also generically used to mean a sphere of any doughy substance such as flour or . Variant spellings and names for the dessert include , (in Gujarati) and .Quick facts: Alternative names, Course, Place of origin, R...

    Pedas originated in the city of Mathura in the present-day Uttar Pradesh. The Mathura Peda is the characteristic variety from the city. From Uttar Pradesh, the peda spread to many parts of the Indian subcontinent. Thakur Ram Ratan Singh of Lucknow who migrated to Dharwad (in the present-day Karnataka) in the 1850s introduced pedas there. This distinct variety is now famous as the Dharwad pedha. Kandi Peda from Satara in Maharashtra is another variety of peda. Dood peda, made famous by the Nandini Milk Co-operative in Karnataka, is another popular variety.

    As with laddoos, pedas are sometimes used as prasadam in religious services.

    Kesar Peda with Garnishing of Pistachio and Cardamom

    Peda Makers at Bokakhat, Assam, India. Bokakhat is famous for its Peda Industry

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