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11 Mishti Recipes You Need To Try This Pujo Season!

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The festivities in the air and the gush of happiness and Pujo glee all around are unexplainable. And is we do during every other festival and holiday, we can do this – eat. Or rather, binge. And what better to binge on than traditional Bengali sweets? Because nothing commemorates Durga Pujo better than some patishapta, sondesh, mishit doi, payesh, khirer chop, and the works! So, keeping up with the festive spree, here are a few recipes that you have to try out this season!

 

  1. Payesh

 

  1. Sandesh

 

  1. Malpua

 

  1. Pantua

 

  1. Rajbhog

 

  1. Langcha

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  1. Rasgulla

 

  1. Mishti Doi

 

  1. Cham Cham

 

  1. Pati Shapta

 

  1. Kheer Kadam

 

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