A trip to Mathura is never complete without having a bite of the famous Mathura ka peda. The tiny, fudgy sweetmeat has been an intrinsic part of Mathura's culinary heritage since time immemorial. As we all know, Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna — devotees from all around the world come to Mathura to pay their obeisance, and a lot of them also offer the ubiquitous pedas to their beloved lord. There is possibly no bustling street in Mathura that does not have a sweet shop selling pedas.
These pedas are not just a hit with locals, but many tourists and travellers also like to carry a bunch to their hometowns. There is indeed a certain inimitable quality about the pedas, but what if we tell you that you can recreate something close to it! With Rakhi and Janmashtami just around the corner, this could be your sweet gift to your family members.