A different take on the Pithe Patishapta, specially made for the occasion of Makar Sankranti. All over India freshly harvested 'dhan' from which rice is husked out is used to make savouries or sweets on ...
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 ...
Pineapple sandesh takes the deliciousness of the sweet to another level with the unique tart plus sweet taste of pineapple fruit
If you want to be more creative and churn out something unique with the guarantee of great taste, here is a recipe of a special variation of sandesh.
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.
Immunity-boosting sweet: A Bengali sweet shop in Kolkata created a one-of-a-kind version of sandesh, injecting immunity-boosting properties in it and called it 'immunity sandesh', which is made with 15 different herbs and spices.
Leaving the quintessential Rasgulla, Sandesh and Mishti Doi aside here's is a list of lesser know favourite Bengali sweets.
Kachagolla is one such iconic sweet from the range of sinful Bengali sweetmeats made with chenna as the star ingredient. Yes, kacha golla, rasmalai, roshogolla are all carved out of chenna or paneer.
People of Bengal can now breathe a sigh of relief as they are no more deprived of the regional sweets that are an essential part of their Bengali cuisine.
Bengali channar puli looks just like gulab jamun and tastes a tad like it but is a different sweet altogether. While Gulab jamun is made with mawa and khoya or milk powder, channar puli is ...
Bengali Sweet Treat: Crispy from outside and soft and succulent from inside, Laung Latta has a rich filling that is sure to mesmerize your sweet tooth.