Bengali Recipe

Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Baked Rasgulla

Baked rasgulla is a delicious twist to the traditional rasmalai. Its not very common outside Bengal and Orissa. I ate this amazingly delicious dessert in Kolkata two years back. I happened to be there for my cousin’s marriage and I got to get a taste of it. In this recipe, […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Kheer Kadam

Kheer Kadam is an exotic bengali sweet with  juicy mini rasgulla coated with a layer of sweetened khoya. It is also known as Ras Kadam. Method is quite simple. Excess sugar syrup of rasgulla is squeezed out and then coated with khova – sugar mixture. The balls are then rolled […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Moong Dal Gujiya

Indian festivals are all about rituals, colours and food. When we talk of holi, it becomes imperative to talk about sweet treats. There are some dishes which are part of the celebrations since ages and the festivals are incomplete without these traditional recipes. One such recipe is Gujiya. Moong dal […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Malpua

Malpua is a traditional sweet of North and East India made during festivals and special occasions. These are soft, melt in mouth kind with perfect sweetness and richness. Rava, maida and fresh cream are combined together, shallow fried in ghee and dunked in sugar syrup. These are best served with […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Gokul Pithe

Gokul Pithe is made during Sankranti along with other bengali delicacies like doodh puli and patishapta. Along with sankranti, they are also prepared in Janmashtami. The filling is mostly made with desiccated coconut and jaggery. These sweet balls are dipped in maida and milk paste, deep fried and finally soaked […]