Bengali Sweet variety

Shor Bhaja: Diamond-shaped deep-fried milk fudge, often coated with powdered sugar, creating a crispy and sweet indulgence.

Kalojam: Deep-fried dumplings filled with khoya or coconut and coated in sugar syrup, creating a dark and luscious treat.

Patishapta: Thin crepes made from a mixture of refined flour, semolina, and milk, filled with a delightful mixture of khoya, coconut, and jaggery

Malai Chop: Fried dumplings made from condensed milk and khoya, drenched in sugar syrup for a rich flavor.

 Kheer Kadam: An intricate sweet comprising a layer of khoya (reduced milk) encased in a coating of chhena, topped with a layer of chocolate.

 Mishti Doi: Sweetened yogurt with a caramelized sugar layer, offering a perfect blend of creamy and sweet.

Cham Cham: Oval-shaped sweets made from paneer, often garnished with coconut flakes and pistachios.

 Sandesh: A delicacy made with fresh paneer and sugar, often flavored with cardamom or saffron, representing the essence of Bengali sweets.

Malpua: Fried pancakes made from a batter of flour, milk, and mashed ripe bananas, served with a drizzle of sugar syrup.

Rasgulla: Soft, spongy balls of cottage cheese soaked in sugar syrup, a timeless Bengali classic.