Chhanar Bora or Chenna fritters is a bengali style recipe which is made from cheese curd. You can either have as it is or add it like kofta in a mildly spiced tomato-cumin-ginger curry.
A favourite at many Chennai restaurants and also cooked at homes on special occasions. It tastes delicious with dosa and is also a favourite with idiappam.This version is less 'calorific' because it uses steamed dumplings.
Chenna Murki is a popular Bengali sweet made with chenna (moistened form of paneer) and dipped in sugar syrup.
Chenna is crumbled and slightly moist, whereas paneer is the pressed cake version of chenna. However, there is not much difference between the tastes of chenna and paneer.
Once you nail the art of making chenna at home, there is just no looking back!
Both variants are derived from dairy. All you need is full cream milk.
On this Janmashtami (30th August 2021), switch to eating a healthier alternative to your mithai! Watch how to make keto chenna murki and enjoy it guilt-free.
Rasgulle ki sabzi is a dry, thick gravy made of chenna balls and goes best with any roti/chapatti/ naan or rice. While this dish is not widely available anymore, some smaller eateries that specialise in ...
Chenna jalebi is a Bengali sweet dish that has jalebi-like spiral shape and looks and tastes much like gulab jamun.
Chhena is one ingredient that is most commonly used across many Indian sweets. Here are some of the best chhena based desserts you can prepare this Diwali.
Bread Rasmalai Recipe: If you think, you cannot recreate the Halwai-style magic at home, we may have a recipe that could get you close.
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.
Diwali 2020: The whole process was a bit time consuming and involved many trials and errors but the results were absolutely delicious and gluten-free!