Sweets and desserts are the most favourite dish of the Indian people especially the Bengalees. They are in fact the die-hard fans of sweet dishes. Rasogolla is ranking at the topmost favourite dishes of the Bengalees. People from West Bengal has fought for the GI tag of Rasogolla for a pretty long time. Now as they have achieved the ownership of the particular sweet, they are coming up with a variety of Rasogolla flavours and dishes.
We all know that Rasgolla is one of the most widespread Indian sweets. They are made out of Chhana (cottage cheese), sugar syrup and semolina dough. It should be known to all that Rasogollas can actually add protein to your diet. They are moderately lighter on the body than most other existing Indian sweets. Rasogollas are served through the year but in different flavours. You can add Nolen Gur during the winters, various food enthusiasts are now making Rasogollas with different ingredients like carrot, radish, pesta, badam and lot more. It is now not only confined to any special occasion or festival, but Bengalees have also started celebrating the existence of the particular sweet every now and then.
Very recently, we came across the three-day show at Bagbazar, Kolkata where people enjoyed the flavours of a wide variety of Rasogolla along with many other sweet dishes. Brands from every nook and corner of West Bengal participated in the winter exhibition and came out with flying colours.
Now, the question that arises is that is rasogollas healthy or not? Can patients have rasogolla?
Since they seem to be healthier and lighter to eat than most other Indian sweets, any individual consumes multiple rasogollas in one serving. Very infrequently you will find someone who just chomps one rasogolla at a time.
Let us look at its groundwork to recognize how healthy it actually is for us.
Chhena and semolina, are blended together into a dough and kneaded properly. Both have good amount of protein in it.
Then small balls are made out of the dough and they are bubbled in sugar syrup. Sugar has carbohydrate in it.
Tasty seasonings such as pistachios, cardamoms, and rose water are then added after the rasogollas have been cooked or while they are being cooked.
Rasogollas keep your mind happy and healthy.
If someone is suffering from diarrhea then nothing is better than hot rasogolla.
Rasogolla helps in building muscles and complete growth of our body
It strengthens the bones and teeth as it has calcium content in it.
Do you know that Rasogollas are good for people trying to lose weight?