Gulab Jamun to Barfi-7 desserts to serve on Diwali dinner

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Laddoo are round sweets made from gram flour (Besan), semolina (Sooji/Rava), or chickpea flour (chana flour).

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Spirals of wheat flour batter dipped in sugar syrup flavoured with saffron and deep-fried. Jalebis have a lovely crunch, are sticky and delicious.

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Gulab Jamun

Deep-fried dumplings dipped in sugar syrup and produced from either milk powder or reduced milk (khoya). They frequently include cardamom flavouring and chopped nuts as a garnish.

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A traditional rice pudding with cardamom flavouring prepared with rice, milk and sugar. It is frequently topped with chopped nuts, including pistachios and almonds.

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Rasgullas are boiling cottage cheese balls that are spongy and soft, then dipped in sugar syrup. Rasgullas are a well-liked dessert in Bengal.

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Besan Ladoo

Round, sweet treats made from roasted gram flour (besan), ghee, and sugar. They are often flavored with cardamom and garnished with chopped nuts.

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Condensed milk and sugar are combined to make this rich, sweet treat. It has a variety of flavours, including almond, pistachio, coconut, and more.

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