Rosogolla to Sondesh: 7 MUST try Bengali sweets

Rosogolla to Sondesh are 7 MUST try Bengali sweets, each offering a unique taste and texture, celebrating the rich culinary heritage of Bengal

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Lobongo Lotika

Lobongo Lotika is a deep-fried pastry filled with sweet khoya (condensed milk) and flavored with cardamom. It's often sealed with a clove, giving it a unique, aromatic touch

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Patisapta is a traditional Bengali dessert resembling a thin, crepe-like pancake. It's typically filled with a sweet coconut and jaggery mixture, rolled up

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Malpua is a fried pancake made from a batter of flour, milk, and mashed bananas or coconut. It's soaked in sugar syrup, resulting in crispy, sweet dish

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Sondesh is a milk-based sweet. It's prepared by curdling milk, forming it into delicate, often flavored patties, flavors of cardamom or saffron enhance taste

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Rosogolla features soft, spongy cottage cheese balls soaked in a light sugar syrup. Its melt-in-the-mouth texture and subtle sweetness make it a beloved dessert

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Payesh is a Bengali rice pudding, similar to kheer. It's cooked with fragrant ghee, rice, and milk, sweetened with jaggery or sugar, and often garnished with cardamom and nuts

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Baked Rosogolla

This variation of Rosogolla is gently baked after being soaked in sugar syrup. The baking process gives it a unique texture and caramelized flavor

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