Lavang Latika | Yummy Indian Dessert Recipe

Today we are sharing Lavang Latika Yummy Indian Dessert Recipe. We all love desserts so much. Origin of this dessert belongs from bengal. This yummy indian dessert consists of the filling, dough and sugar syrup. The dough is rolled out & the filling is placed in the center. The dough is then folded to enclose the filling completely & cloves are pressed over it ensure the fold doesn’t open up while preparing. Then its cooked in hot ghee till golden brown & crispy. In the end it is placed in the sugar syrup to cool down & absorb the syrup.

Before Sharing Lavang Latika traditional yummy indian dessert recipe. We are guiding you very few things about dessert. It is typically the sweet course that concludes a meal in the culture of many countries, particularly Western culture. The course usually consists of sweet foods, but may include other items. The word “dessert” originated from the French word desservir “to clear the table” and the negative of the Latin word servire.

Lavang Latika Dessert Recipe

Lavang Latika Ingredient

4 Tsp Fresh Milk

500 Gm Sugar

Clarified Butter

5-6 Saffron Strands

6 Tbsp Mawa / Khoya

2 Cup Refined Flour

1/4 Tsp Green Cardamom Powder

2 Tbsp Powdered Sugar

4 Tbsp assorted Nuts { Almonds + Cashewnuts }

24 Cloves

Water

Preparations

For Lavang Latika yummy indian dessert recipe first we place the Refined Flour in a bowl. Rub in the Clarified Butter. Add sufficient Water. Knead into stiff dough. Cover with a damp cloth. Rest the dough for a while.

Lavang Latika Yummy Indian Dessert Recipe
Dessert

Now we are ready for syrup. First we cook the Sugar with 1 cup water in a wok { non stick pan } then stirring continuously till it dissolves. Add the milk. Collect the scum. Cook the syrup till attains a one string consistency. Remove from fire. Keep warm.

Now we prepare filling for Lavang Latika yummy indian dessert recipe. Mix the Khoya / Mawa , Nuts, Powdered Sugar, Saffron & Cardamom Powder together then divide this mixture & dough into 24 equal portions. Roll out each portion into a 5″ puri { a type of indian bread }

Place one portion of the filling in the middle of the puri. Fold in the sides to overlap each other. Seal the ends with a few water. Secure with a clove. Heat required clarified butter in another non stick pan. Deep fry till golden brown from both sides. Drain on absorbent paper. Soak the dessert in the warm sugar syrup for 5-7 minutes then drain and serve warm.

Published by Sumit Jaitely

I am a common man from India who love to explore his knowledge about Tech Travel & Food with others.

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