A traditional Bengali sweet made with paneer and stuffed with almonds and pistachios.
If you also love Bengali desserts or have been wanting to try them for a long time, here's one dish you should definitely have - channar payesh.
The Traditional Bengali New Year or as Bengalis like to call it Pohela Boishakh or Nobo Borsho. Here are 10 Bengali desserts you can celebrate the occasion with.
Mishti doi is prepared by boiling milk until it is slightly thickened, sweetening it with jaggery, and allowing the milk to ferment overnight.
Chittranjan Park (CR Park), a little Bengal as one might like to call is popular for its authentic sweets which for any Bengali offers a joyful memory of home that is left behind. Vendors there ...
Rosho Boda is a lesser known Bengali sweet that is very similar to the vadas but is dipped in sugar syrup. It is the perfect dessert to prepare during the festive season.
Patishapta are thin crepes or pancakes made with refined flour, rice flour and semolina stuffed with a delicious caramelized shredded coconut filling.
Researchers at the University of Calcutta are discussing to make available a probiotic 'Mishti Doi' that will be particularly beneficial to those suffering from IBD.
Celebrate Durga Puja 2016: Traditional Bengali desserts get a hearty makeover.
This eastern metropolis, famous for its love affair with food and football, is all set to blend the two for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.A legendary sweet shop here has come out with ...