Home Town Treats: Srivilliputhur Palkova / Milk Peda – #HomeTownTreats #FlavoursomeTuesdays

Home Town Treats: Srivilliputhur Palkova / Milk Peda – #HomeTownTreats #FlavoursomeTuesdays

 

Home Town Treats series is a monthly series that will highlight and feature some of the yummy items that are most popular and special in our hometowns. We featured Kovilpatti Kadalai Mittai and Tirunelveli Halwa during previous months. Hope you are enjoying this series the most …..

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Home Town Treats: Srivilliputhur Palkova

Palkova or Milk Peda is my another favorite South Indian Sweet item. I was a big fan of this yummilious sweet even before joining my engineering graduation at Srivilliputhur, Tamilnadu. And being there for four years made me love this sweet more than anything.

About Our Town Srivilliputhur

Srivilliputhur is a town and a municipality in Virudhunagar district,  Tamil Nadu. The most important landmark of Srivilliputhur is 11-tiered temple tower of famous Andal Temple. The tower rises 192 feet high and is the official symbol of the Government of Tamil Nadu. The city is famous for two things – Palkova and Andal Temple – it’s the birthplace of Hindu Goddess Andal and Periazhwar.

Srivilliputhur Palkova

Srivilliputhur Palkova is a milk based sweet which is enriched with pure milk. It is also the authentic sweet of Tamilnadu. This utterly delicious sweet is made by simmering milk until it reduces to about half of its original quantity.  

 

Srivilliputhur Palkova
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Ingredients:  

Milk and Sugar.

Features Of Speciality

Srivilliputhur Palkova outstands all other Palkovas due to its authentic flavor.  

Best Suited For

Sweet lovers, kids, and nondiabetics. 

Type

Vegetarian Sweet

Benefits

  • It offers a rich source of calcium and essential iron for healthy bones and teeth.
  • It has vitamin D that also helps for bone health.

Alternate Varieties 

Other alternate varieties are Pumpkin Peda and Milk Halwa.

Shelf Life

7 days

Where to Buy

  • Nativcrush Srivilliputhur Palkova

  • TejasCare Srivilliputhur Palkova

 

What’s your hometown treat? Have you ever tasted Srivilliputhur Palkova? How do you like it? Do share with us…

 

 

 Submitting this post for #FlavoursomeTuesdays hosted by Sunita & Shilpa.

 

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10 thoughts on “Home Town Treats: Srivilliputhur Palkova / Milk Peda – #HomeTownTreats #FlavoursomeTuesdays

  1. Thanks so much for joining this linky party Vasantha. I’m afraid I’m technically challenged and don’t know how to make a proper linky. And every month I forget how I got the whole thing going. I will try and make your link appear on my post!

  2. What an amazing idea Vasantha. Featuring your regional cuisine in such a wonderful way. For a foodie like me, this was pretty useful info as on my travels I am forever looking for local cuisines and sometimes dont know what’s the speciality of the region.
    BTW many congratulations on the Women’s web nomination. It’s indeed huge and fingers crossed for you to win.

  3. That name ‘Milk Peda’ just grabbed my attention, Vasantha!!! 😛

    How I love these sweets! I can gobble a few at one go..I mean, I can eat at least a few one after the other….These are simply heavenly, and the one you have described here seems heavenly, too! I hope I get to savour these beauties some day!

    Thanks for joining us for flavoursometuesdays!

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