Indian Sweets, South or North, are always an indulgence and take the forefront in private parties, day to day hospitality, weddings and other religious festivals.
Among North Indian Sweets, Rajasthan holds a special place. Unlike other culinary traditions which have desserts after the meal, Rajasthani sweets are savoured during and before the meal, besides being served after the meal. Owing to this factor, Rajasthani sweets do not fall in the dessert category.
The West Indian State celebrates its major festivals in July and August, where sweets like Ajmer Cake, take the centre stage of the celebrations.
A specialty from Ajmer, Rajasthan, Ajmer Milk Cake or Ajmer Kalakhand is made from dates, ghee, dry fruits, thick milk and sugar. While most sweets are made using thickened milk and sugar or one dry fruit, Ajmer milk cake is unique, owing to the carefully chosen blend of dates and dry fruits. Once bound geographically, this sweet is now gaining popularity among the Indian community across the globe.
It takes a deft chef a couple of hours, to bring the dessert to your table. But the work required, cannot be described in any amount of words. For example, preparing the paneer or curdling the milk, requires perfection and cannot be completed in a hurry. A lot of patience is invested in reaching the right consistency and texture.
Opportunity Infinity comes to the rescue of today’s woman, working or home maker, who either way cannot afford to dedicate hours to sit by the stove to prepare the sweet during parties or festivals. Skilled chefs do the job for you and placing order is all that has to be done.
Buy Ajmer cake at Opportunity Infinity for rupees 600 per kilogram. The ingredients are carefully chosen and made by experienced chefs and your complimentary sweet box, either assorted or single sweet variety, is appreciated by your friends, for its taste.