India is known for its vivid variety of cuisines that comes from various regions. Bengal being one of an important region of India has blessed us with Culture, Arts & Literature, Politics, Football and Sweets. Bengal sweets are suppose to have a world wide recognition. Commonly known as ‘Bangali Mithai’ in sweet shops, the Bengals sweets have a wide range of variety and tastes superior than any other sweet.
Roshogulla, Sondesh, Chamcham, Payesh, Patishapta etc are just some popular sweets given by West Bangal. I myself got an opportunity to visit couple of Bengali marriages and believe me it’s the only community i guess who serve a huge variety of sweets that anything else. Attending a Bengali marriage is like visit to heaven to all those who have a sweet tooth like me…lol
One amongst their many sweet delicacies is the ‘Lengcha’ . It is the famous fried paneer based bengali sweet drowned in sweet syrup and served with a handful of dry fruit toppings.
Though i am a big time Gulab Jamun lover, hence it was quite obvious for me to fall for Lengcha too.
Here is the recipe of Lengcha which is adapted from http://www.peekncook.com/Show-A-Recipe/4/lengcha