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Thank you Sanoli for this delicious sweet dear


For outer crust :

Maida - 1 cup

Sugar - 2 tsp
Salt - 
1/4 tsp 
Pinch of Baking Powder
Ghee -
few tsps
Cloves - few

For Stuffing :

Khoya - 200 gm 
Sugar to taste

For Sugar Syrup :

Sugar - 1 Cup 
Vanilla Essence - 
1 tsp 



  1. In a large bowl, mix flour, baking powder, 2 tbsp sugar, ghee and salt. 
  2. Knead it to make a smooth dough with little water. Cover with a wet cloth and keep it aside for 20 minutes.
  3. Make small balls of it and roll them with the rolling pin.

For Stuffing:

  1. In a pan, crush mawa or khoya. Add ½ Cup warm water with Sugar in it. 
  2. Heat the pan and keep stirring continuously for about 6-7 minutes till the mixture thickens. Remove from the flame.
  3. Add raisins and keep it aside to cool it down.

For Sugar Syrup

Boil 1 cup sugar and ½ cup water in it. Mix vanilla essence to it. Wait for two String consistency of syrup .

For Labongo Latika :

  1. Place a spoonful of filling in the center of the rolled dough and fold sides to make a pocket. Seal the pocket with a clove.

  2. Heat oil in a pan and deep fry labongo latika on medium low flame till both sides turn into golden brown.  
  3. Remove them from the oil and dip in thick sugar syrup for 4-5 minutes.Remove from syrup and arrange on serving plate. 

Linking it with Divya's SNC Challenge January 2014 , tried this juicy sweet from Sanoli.


Laxmipriya said…
yummy sweet.. i liked this more than any other sweet that i tried recently.. looks too good.. :)
Unknown said…
Perfectly made this is my fav one
Rafeeda AR said…
this looks really so good...
Nava K said…
Yum to these tempting Indian desserts/sweets.
looks delicious n authentic.. well made
Unknown said…
Nice recipe..looks yumm..
Hamaree Rasoi said…
Awesome and delicious looking lobongo latika.

Unknown said…
Delicious and tasty sweet
Sanoli Ghosh said…
Delicious and yummy labongo latika. You made it perfectly Shama.
Sangeetha M said…
perfect and yummy looking labongo latika..well done shama :)
Unknown said…
very very delicious labong latika :) looks fantastic dear !!
Uj said…
Tasted this long back at one of our friend's house.. Looks yummy

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