Karadantu

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Karadantu
Course Dessert
Place of origin India
Region or state Karnataka
Main ingredients Edible gum, dried fruits, bengal gram flour, jaggery, marking-nut seeds
Cookbook:Karadantu  Karadantu

Karadantu (Kannada: ಕರದಂಟು) is a sweet delicacy unique to the state of Karnataka, India. Karadantu means fried-edible gum in the local language, Kannada. It is made of edible gum mixed with dry fruits and has a chewy texture. The other ingredients used in its preparation are fried bengal gram flour, jaggery and seeds of marking-nut (Semecarpus anacardium) tree. Gokak town in Belgaum district and Amingarh of Hunagunda Taluk in Bagalkot district of Karnataka is famous for the karadantu produced in its sweet shops.

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