Rasgulla or the Bengali Rasgulla is a traditional Indian Bengali dessert. It is the most popular Indian dessert in the Bengali cuisine. The dessert is known as Rasagola in Odia, and Rosogolla or Roshogolla in Bengali. Rasgulla is derived from the words ras (“juice”) and gulla (“ball”). Other names for the dish include Roshgulla, Rasagulla, Rossogolla,Roshogolla, Rasagola,Rasagolla,and Rasbhari or Rasbari in Nepali. West Bengal is the hub of most chhena-based sweets and according to research on Indian Traditional Sweets and Mithais, Rasgulla is the most famous of all the chhena-based syrupy sweets.
Nutrition Facts of Rasgulla : 100-gram serving of rasgulla contains 186 calories, out of which about 153 calories are in the form of carbohydrates. It also contains about 1.85 grams of fat and 4 grams of protein.
Basic Ingredients of Rasgulla : Milk, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Milk, Plain flour (Maida).
Rasgulla रसगुल्ले खाने में तभी मजेदार लगते हैं जब ये स्पंजी और रसीले हों