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07/30/2019

Odisha's Rasagola

They say, All's Well That Ends Well and indeed, it became true for the long-run battle over ‘Rasagola’ between West Bengal and Odisha. The controversy over the scrumptious dessert resulted in a sweet ending for Odisha when it received the geographical indication (GI) tag for the famous eastern sweet. Odisha rasagola is made of cottage cheese and has a distinct colour and texture of its own. Chena is cooked in sugar syrup to get a soft and juicy consistency. Its unique colour is due to the caramelized sugar and distinct method of cooking that makes for a mouth-watering delicacy.

Not only rasagolla, desserts, in general, have always been a quintessential part of Odisha’s rich culture. So, if you ever happen to visit this beautiful eastern state then don’t forget to try their unique sweets.

Here’s a list of 10 utterly delicious sweets that you must try during your stay there.

Arisa pitha

Kheer Sagar

Kheera Gaja

Chhena Jalebi

Chhena Jhili

Rasabali

Chhena Poda

Khajaa

Chhena Gajaa

Malpua

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