| Sarapatel, Khandvi, Sutarfeni, Parsi cuisine, Dhansak|Mahim halwa Wikipedia
Mahim Halwa is an Indian confection translated as "layered semolina sweet", named after Mahim a suburb of Mumbai. It is named so because it was created by the sweet meat makers "Joshi Budhakaka" who belong to Mahim. It is a food speciality that Mumbai is famous for. It has been described as a "unique confection of thin layers of sweet dough pressed into compact squares and separated by sheets of greaseproof paper. A 2010 news story reports of attempts to obtain Geographical indication registration for the sweet.