Pranhara or Kancha Golla is a variety of sandesh, a Bengali sweet dish which is widely popular for its simplicity and melt-in-mouth taste. Like most Bengali sweets, it is also made with fresh cottage cheese of cow’s milk or chenna, a bit of condensed milk and a couple of drops of rose extract.
Indian sweets are almost synonymous to Indian festivals, and one sweet dish which makes the most rounds is Kesar Peda. It is saffron flavour infused, mildly sweet milk fudges. Sitting proudly besides some of the other popular Indian mithai like Gulab Jamun, these are very popular among kids.
This Vanilla Pot de Crème recipe is the perfect fancy dessert recipe to amp up your dinner table shenanigans. As much as fancy this looks, it is surprisingly super easy to make. All you need is some very good quality vanilla extract, fresh cream and eggs on hand. With a little bit of creativity, you can leave your guests stumped with this absolutely masterpiece of a dessert.
This is one of the easiest recipes for caramel pudding in the oven, especially a microwave oven. All you need is a handful of ingredients and you can have a delicious dessert, perfect for your dinner table. The pudding is luxuriously rich and aromatic with vanilla flavour, topped with homemade caramel syrup.
Chanar Jilipi is a very popular Bengali Sweet from India’s eastern state of West Bengal. Chanar Jilipi is an Indian sweetmeat made with fresh cottage cheese of cow’s milk mixed with semolina and flour, shaped into a ‘figure 8 knot’ followed by deep frying and soaking in a simple syrup. This is a very popular Bengali sweet dish and can be found at most of the sweet shops selling Indian sweets or Mithai.