Even after overstuffing ourselves with our most favorite food, be it Italian pasta or Chinese noodles or pizza or chole kulcha, we can never say no to the delightful desserts after the meal. Ummm! The hot gulab jamun dipped in the sweet sugar syrup, the rasgullas, god! The list is endlessly mouth-watering. Bengali sweets have a varied range of items to make our taste buds explode. So, here are listed seven most favorite mouth-watering Bengali Sweets of all time.
Ingredients And Quantity
|Sweet||Ingredients||Quantity of material|
|Bhapa Doi||Condensed milk|
- Roshogolla – small balls of chena are deeply fried and soaked in hot sugar syrup, and then it is refrigerated.
- Sandesh- Chena, powdered sugar and cardamom powder are kneaded together, and small, round flat balls are formed
- Kheer Kodom- tiny balls of rasgullas are covered with milk cream and grated khoya.
- Khirer Chop- small irregular balls of dough of maida, cardamom powder and ghee are filled with cooked mawa and raisins, and deep-fried.
- Bhapa Doi- mix condensed milk, thick milk and hung curd together and bake for 20-30mins
- PatiShapta- cook grated coconut and sugar together and then add milk and make the mixture thick and then spread the batter on a Tawa and cook like dosa.
- Chanar Jilipi- make jalebi out of curdled milk and deep fry it and then soak in sugar syrup.
Bengali sweets are mostly handcrafted and make your taste buds explode and make your tummy happy. So, take a break from your diet schedule and try and taste these gem of a dish because if you have not tasted them yet, you are missing a big deal of life experience. Have a bite of these, and you will never regret it.