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List by: atasneem, created: 05 Jul 2020, updated: 05 Jul 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

There are many delicious sweets in Bangladesh you must try. Below is a list of most famous and popular desserts from Bangladesh.

1. Chanar Jilapi

Chhena Jalebi,paneer Jalebi. (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Chanar Jilapi or Paneer Jalebi is a Bangladeshi-Indian sweet made with cottage cheese, milk, flour, sugar, saffron, cardamom. It is similar to regular jilapi. It is very tasty and easy to make.

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2. Geja

Dali Gaja, Gaja (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Gaja is a traditional sweet of Bengal and Odisha. It is made with salt, oil, sugar, flour. Bangladeshi people eat this as a snack. Its texture is hard to bite but is really delicious. It is very easy to make.

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3. Bundiya

Boondi (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Bundiya is a Bangladeshi-Indian dessert made from sweetened, fried chickpea flour. The batter is prepared and fried in ghee in the form of balls. Then it is soaked in sugar syrup for a while. After soaking , it is ready to serve.

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4. Chanar Payesh

Paneer Kheer (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Chanar Payesh is a traditional Bengali-Indian dessert recipe in which soft, crumbled panner will be cooked in semi thickened milk along with condensed milk and green cardamom. The texture of Chanar Payesh is neither too thick nor too thin. It is similar to payesh

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5. Kalojam

Kalo jam, Kala Jamun (Bangladeshi)

Kalo jam/ kala jamun is a unique Bangladesh Sweet. It has a similar taste like lalmohon/ golap jamun. But kalo jam / kala jamun has darkened texture because of using sugar and more firm. It is prepared with flour, ghee, semolina, sugar, baking powder, milk powder, milk.

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6. Lyangcha

Langcha, lemcha (Bangladeshi)

Lyangcha or Langcha or Lemcha is a Bangladeshi-Indian sweet dish. It is made from flour and milk powder by frying it and dipping it into sugar syrup for a long time. It is a very popular sweet in Bangladesh. It is similar to Kalo jam and Chom Chom.

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7. Khasta Goja

(Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Khasta Goja is a traditional Bengali and Odissa recipe. This recipe is very famous in coastal east India. This recipe can be made easily with very few ingredients.

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8. Kolar Bora

Banana Fritters (Bangladeshi)

Kolar Bora is a famous Sankranti dish. Kolar in Bengali means banana and Bora means fried pakora. It is made of fried ripe banana fritters filled rice. It is hot and oft in the inside and crunchy on the outside. It is often enjoyed with a cup of tea and snacks or you could eat it cold. It is relatively easy to make yet super yummy to eat

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9. Labong Latika

Lavang Latika (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Labongo lotika is a Traditional Bengali Dessert. It is made with all-purpose flour, khoya or mawa, sugar, cardamom powder, grated coconut, and cloves. This dessert can be served on any occasion or party.

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10. Narkel Naru Ladoo

(Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Narkel Naru Ladoo is a Bengali festive recipe that is usually prepared during Durga pooja and in countryside of India during special occasions like festivals. It is prepared with desiccated coconut, milk, condensed milk, sugar, cardamom, raisin.

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11. Jaynagarer Moa

Joynagar-er Moa (Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Moa is a delicious dry concoction made out of jaggery, puffed rice, and ghee that is packed together into a round delicious ball. We recommend the seasonally available Joynagar-er Moa which is perhaps one of the tastiest Bengali sweets you will ever try. This specific type is also dotted with dry fruits and nuts. Moa can be made with 'muri' or 'Khoi'.

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12. Sitabhog

(Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Sitabhog is a famous sweet of Bardhaman, Bangladesh, India. Sitabhog is a flavourful dessert that looks like white rice or vermicelli mixed with small pieces of Gulab jamun. Made from cottage cheese (also known as chhana in Bengali), rice flour, and sugar, Sitabhog often gives the appearance of pulao, which is a bit sweet in taste.

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13. Tusha Shinni

Halwa (Bangladeshi)

Tusha Shinni is one type of flour halwa, a popular dessert in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. First, water is boiled in a pot adding cinnamon and cardamom. When the water is hot, sugar is added in it to make a syrup Thin syrup is good for the best texture. Then sugar syrup is mixed with flour on medium-low flame. The mixture is stirred repeatedly until the Tusha turns into brown and the water is absorbed. In this way, the consistency will be a soft sugary dough.

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14. Shor Bhaja

(Bangladeshi) (Indian)

Shor bhaja is a famous Bangladeshi Indian food. It is prepared with milk, milk powder, sugar, rose essence, khoya, cardamom, flour, lemon. It is very delicious. It is mostly made for special occasions.

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15. Sevaiyaan

Shemai, Sewai,Semai (Bangladeshi) (Indian) (Pakistani)

Sevaiyaan is a type of rice vermicelli popular in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It is usually made during occasions like Eid or Puja. It is prepared with rice vermicelli, milk, sugar, cardamom, cinnamon, and garnished with almond, pasta, and raisins.

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