Pantua refers to West Bengal's Chenna based sweet brown caramel ball similar to Gulab Jamun which is prepared from Khoya (reduced milk). The sweet ball-shaped kneaded cottage cheese are deep-fried and soaked in sugar syrup very much like Gulab Jamun. Pantua is very popular in West Bengal, India

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