Rosogolla to Patisapta: 7 Bengali MUST try desserts

Rosogolla to Patisapta are Bengali desserts that you must try when in Bengal. Any Bengali celebration is incomplete without the softness of Rosogolla and uniqueness of Patisapta

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These crepes, coconut-jaggery-filled melts in the mouth. The creaminess of the filling is other-worldly

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These simple Cottage cheese sweets with various flavours are often topped with garnishes

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Rosogolla is a soft, spongy, and syrup-soaked Bengali dessert made from chhena (cottage cheese) balls, enjoyed for its sweet, melt-in-your-mouth goodness

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Malpua is often served during festivals. It's a sweet, fried pancake made from a batter of flour, milk, sugar, and cardamom, then soaked in sugar syrup for a delightful treat

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Chana r Murki

Chenna Murki is a delightful Indian sweet treat made by deep-frying paneer (chenna) cubes and coating them in a sugar syrup, resulting in a crispy, syrup-soaked dessert

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Chom Chom

Chom Chom, also known as Cham Cham, is a popular Bengali sweet. These oval-shaped, spongy, and milk-based sweets are made from freshly prepared chhena (cottage cheese) dough

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Lobongo Lotika

Lobongo Lotika is a popular Bengali sweet pastry. It features a flaky, deep-fried outer layer filled with sweet khoya (condensed milk) and often garnished with a clove

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