Semui Payesh/Vermicelli Pudding is very easy to make. It’s similar to that of payesh/rice pudding but cooking time is very less (15 mins at max).
Patisapta pithe is like a slightly thicker crepe with a sweet filling inside. This is mostly prepared during winter season with khejur gur/date palm jaggery.
Rosh means syrup and Bora means fritter in Bengali. Basically Rosh Bora kind of a lentil fritter that is dipped into sugar syrup. It may look similar to gulab jamun, yet the flavor and texture is poles apart from that of gulab jamun. This recipe is also vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Gulab Jamuns are one of the most loved desserts of India. There has to be an easy way to make gulab jamun at home!
Pancake-bombs are mini super-fluffy pancakes with delicious treat inside. If you like pancake like me, you will surely love this recipe.
Rosogolla or Rasgulla is one of the most iconic Bengali sweets. While you can find them so easily in any corner of Bengal, it is equally hard to get them anywhere else in India in affordable price.
These sweets are like white balls made of cottage cheese, dipped in light sugar syrup. We attempted to make rosogolla at home a couple of times and now I am sharing the recipe for those who wanna try!