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Description of product

What is Dodol?
Dodol is a rich Goan sweet made from coconut milk, coconut jaggery and rice flour. It has a texture similar to Halwa. Different versions of Dodol are popular in South East and Middle East Asia.

How is it made?
Dodol is made by boiling the mixture of the ingredients accompanied by stirring until a semi solid state is reached. Then the contents are poured into a tray and left to set.

Our Dodol is always freshly made, packed and shipped. No preservatives added.

User reviews


9 Reviews

Cheers to Pedropao for the amazing service. All of the goodies were fresh and very tasty. Thank you and God bless you.
Edwin Crasto
Jun 24, 2023 9:27:18 PM
Anna Dsouza
Dec 6, 2022 9:07:32 PM
Dodol was very very tasty, fresh.. me and my entire family loved it... We are now a fan of Pedro pao... Will definitely recommend others to try this delicious sweet.... Thank you very much Pedropao...🥰
Aug 28, 2022 5:11:57 PM
So, it is said that Christmas is always special with a good plum cake, but with PedroPao, trust me, whenever you order this cake, it becomes Christmas. I am a big time fan and I thank my friend to recommend PedroPao.. Now I don't like any other cake from anywhere in the world.
Feb 19, 2022 12:43:06 PM
Haven't even heard of this type of sweet before entering this website for booking the Plum cake for Christmas, but it was nice decision to book Dodol with Plum cake. It was delivered on time and taste was just amazing. Highly recommended to all people to buy this Dodol,it deserves 5 star Rating. Thanks Pedro and a Happy New to you.
Siddharth Dobhal
Dec 26, 2021 4:45:27 PM
Thank you Pedro Pao for delivering such tasty and fresh Goan sweets consistently to my family.
Karen Fernandes
Nov 19, 2021 4:06:48 AM
Very fresh, well packed, friendly service, prompt delivery directly from Goa
Julius Pereira
Nov 16, 2021 3:20:16 AM
The Dodol has a unique taste. Reminded us of Kerala Halwa with a Goan twist.
Rajan Nair
Nov 9, 2021 4:26:05 AM
Pedro Pao has been our saviour during the lockdown when we couldn't travel to Goa to buy our beloved Goan sweets.
Anthony Colaco
Nov 7, 2021 1:36:45 PM