Mughlai Paan is a type of Indian dessert that is traditionally made by filling a betel leaf with a mixture of sweet and savory ingredients. The filling typically includes chopped nuts, coconut, dried fruit, and spices, as well as substances such as tobacco or betel nut for flavor.
The filled betel leaf is then folded and eaten as a snack or digestive aid. Mughlai Paan is particularly popular in the northern regions of India and is often served at weddings and other special occasions. It is known for its unique flavor and refreshing properties.