Mathura Peda

Peda is a sweet delicacy that originated in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, particularly in the city of Mathura. It is made from khoya (evaporated milk solids), sugar, and flavors such as cardamom or saffron. The sweet is believed to have been first made in Mathura, a city considered to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna, one of the most revered deities in Hinduism. The Peda's origin is linked to the tradition of offering sweets to the deity in the temple and to the devotees as prasad. The tradition of making pedas in Mathura is said to have started during the 16th century, and the city has since become famous for its peda sweets. Today, Peda is a popular sweet in many parts of India and also in countries where Indian diaspora is present.

Brijwasi is well known for its pedes all across India. In fact, the Mathura ke pede sold here also goes by the name 'Brijwasi Pedas'. These delicious semi-soft treats are made of flavorful ingredients like Khoa, Sugar, Cardamom Seeds, Pistachio Nuts, And Saffron. No matter how many of these caramel-colored pedas you eat, they will never be enough!

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