Traditional Indian food frequently uses a sweet preserve called gulkand, which is prepared from rose petals and sugar. It is renowned for its enticing perfume and is said to offer health advantages, including promoting healthy digestion and lowering stress. Gulkand, a flavouring ingredient in beverages and desserts, is commonly available in Indian supermarkets.
Gulkand is a flexible component that goes well in a range of recipes, such as muesli, yoghurt, and baked products. Any recipe’s flavour can be improved by its inherently sweet flavour and flowery undertones. In India, gulkand is also a well-liked present during holidays and celebrations.