Rasgulla’s are soft spongy cheesballs soaked in sugar syrups. Roshagulla, as they call in Bengali, is the king of Bengali sweets. These look like big pearls and taste so delectable that you’ll fall in love with this dessert. The best part is that they are so easy to make. Although rasgullas will be easily available in any of your nearby sweet shop but the one’s you make yourself taste even sweeter.Comments (
Rasmalai is one of very delicious sweets from Kolkatta. Even though I don’t miss sweets very much, I love this dessert. It’s soft, spongy, rich, delicious and less sweeter than many other Indian sweets. I can say this one is my favorite dessert.
The festivals are approaching, Durga Pooja is almost there and Diwali not too far, so if you are looking for something special to make in desserts, try this one. I know, you won’t believe me, but this is so easy to make, just needs a little patience. But totally worth it!!!!!Comments (
The word 'Halwa' or 'Halva' means 'sweet'. Halwa's are dense sweet confections and are eaten very fondly all over India. Some popular ones are carrot halwa, moong halwa, pumpkin halwa, pineapple halwa. There is no set rule, one can be creative and make halwa of choice.
I think easiest of all will be ‘Sooji’ or Semolina halwa and also the most popular. It’s so simple that it can be made as sweet dish on any occasion, In fact also as breakfast or evening snack. I remember those Sunday morning when mom will make extended breakfast, which always included this Halwa. She loves hot sooji halwa with poori (Indian bread) and I picked that combination from her. Ma..you are sorely missed whenever I make I make this halwa…
Ok let’s get started with the recipe, so fond to me!!Comments (