Mini Dry Rasgulla
Rasgulla is a popular syrupy dessert of the Indian Subcontinent and various other regions with South Asian Diaspora. Rasgulla is prepared from the dumplings of chhena which is Indian cottage cheese and semolina dough. This ball shaped sweet is cooked in the light syrup of sugar and it is cooked until the syrup permeates the dumplings. Rasgulla was originated in East Asia and it is believed that it has its roots in Odisha and West Bengal. Rasugulla is known as Roshogolla or Rosogolla in Bengal and Rasagola in Odia. The work Rasgulla is derived from ras and gulla. Ras means juice and gulla means ball. This dish is also known by various other names like Roshgulla, Rasbhari and Rasagola.