- Rasgulla is a traditional sweet that is usually served at the end of a meal, like many other Indian milk-based desserts.
- It is prepared from chhena paneer dumplings and semolina dough, cooked together in a sugary syrup.
- The origin of rasgulla is the subject of a heated debate, with West Bengal and Odisha both claiming to be the birthplace of the dessert.
- Bengalis claim that rasgulla was the byproduct of many culinary experiments in the state, while the people of Odisha claim that it was traditionally offered to Lord Jagannath for centuries.
- Whatever the discussion, sweets lover never bother on that and like it like their misti dahi.
- Mouth watery taste and light in gravy. Excellent taste.