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Gujiya Bengali Sweet (গুজিয়া) - 500 Grams

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  • 500 Grams


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Gujiya is not a Bengali sweet; it is a popular Indian dessert, particularly associated with the northern regions of India, especially during the festival of Holi and Diwali. Gujiya is essentially a sweet dumpling or pastry filled with a mixture of ingredients like khoya (thickened milk), sugar, grated coconut.

The sweet filling can vary in flavor and texture, depending on regional preferences and family recipes. It can be mildly sweet or heavily sweetened, and the addition of ingredients like cardamom, saffron, and rose water may be used to enhance the flavor.

In contrast, Bengali sweets, also known as "mishti" in the Bengali language, have their own distinctive characteristics and flavors. Bengali sweets are often made from ingredients like chhena (a form of cottage cheese), sugar, and syrup, and they have a variety of flavors and textures. Popular Bengali sweets include rasgulla, sandesh, ras malai, and more.

So, while Gujiya is a well-loved Indian sweet, it is not traditionally associated with Bengali cuisine. Bengali sweets have their unique place in Indian culinary traditions, distinct from Gujiya.

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Made With Sugar
Weight 500 Grams
Origin INDIA (Kolkata)
No of pieces 40+ pieces

গুজিয়া বাংলার এক বিখ্যাত খাদ্য দ্রব্য। দুর্গা পূজাকালী পূজাকোজাগরী লক্ষ্মীপুজা সহ বিভিন্ন উৎসবে বাঙালির ঘরে ঘরে এই গুজিয়া তৈরি হয়।

    Gujiya: A traditional Indian sweet, often associated with festivals like Holi. It is a sweet dumpling filled with a mixture of khoya (reduced solidified milk).

    Bengali Sweets: Sweets from the Bengali cuisine, known for their variety and unique flavors. Popular Bengali sweets include rasgulla, sandesh, mishti doi, and more.

    Bengali Gujiya: While Gujiya is more commonly associated with North Indian cuisine, variations and adaptations of this sweet might exist in Bengali cuisine with regional twists.

    Holi Sweets: Gujiya is often prepared and consumed during the festival of Holi, a Hindu festival of colors. It is a time when people indulge in various sweets and snacks.

    Khoya: An important ingredient in Gujiya, khoya is made by reducing and thickening milk to a solid consistency. It adds richness to the filling of the sweet.

    Festival Sweets: Gujiya is a festive sweet, and its preparation and consumption are often associated with celebrations and special occasions.
 

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