Sweets

Sweets

Bengali food has inherited a large number of influences, arising from a historical and strong trade links with many parts of the world. Bengal fell under the sway of various Turkic rulers from the early thirteenth century onwards, and was then governed by the British for two centuries (1757–1947). The Jews brought bakeries to Bengal, the Marwaris contributed their sweet-making skills, the exiled families of Wajid Ali Shah and Tipu Sultan brought different flavours of Mughlai cuisine. British patronage and the Babu Renaissance fueled the development of these different culinary strands into a distinct heritage. From the culinary point of view, some major historical trends influenced Bengali food.

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Rosh Sweets – Kheer Chomchom
1 kg Kheer Chomchom from Rosh.       ..
$13.99
Rosh Sweets – Kheer Toast
1kg kheer toast from Rosh.       ..
$14.99
Rosh Sweets – Lalmohon
1.5 kg Lalmohon from Rosh.       ..
$14.99
Rosh Sweets – Moti Laddu
1.5 kg Moti Laddu from Rosh.       ..
$14.99
Rosh Sweets – Rosogolla
1.5 kg Rosogolla from Rosh.       ..
$14.99
Rosh Sweets – Rosomalai
1kg Rasmalai from Rosh.       ..
$14.99
Rosh Sweets – Sponge Rosogolla
1 kg Sponge Rosogolla from Rosh.       ..
$14.99