Rasogolla refers to the undisputed king of Indian sweets. Rasogolla which literally means "a ball of syrupy juice", is consumed chilled. It is made from chhana, an acid-coagulated, cottage cheese variety. The soft, succulent ball is cooked and soaked in sugar syrup. This delicacy delights millions of connoisseurs in the Indian sub-Continent.

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