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Home » Articles » Activities » Indian Sweets Marzipan Style
Indian Sweets Marzipan Style
Submitted by satish1580 on 2009-05-21 07:03:58 (via
Ita a unique article which puts light on how traditional Indian sweets have been changing over the past decade and are going very close to the European packed desserts and chocolates.Chef Syed Abdul Attique is a professional Indian confectioner who is the faculty at Culinary Academy of India.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-04 04:57:40
Your article is excellent Im sure very soon we will jalebis and mysore paks in fancy boxes and well presented like the liquor choclates or marzipans

Chow great Article
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-04 05:04:14
are these really our own Indian desi sweets.Cant believe it they look so much similar to our almond paste moulded sweets sold in europe.I love these sweets next time Im in India I will definitely visit Culinary Academy of India.

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