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Khejurer Gurer Sondesh / Cheese Fudge with Date Palm Sugar

Gurer Sondesh


Khejurer Gurer Sondesh / Cheese Fudge with Date Palm Sugar is a kind of fudge which is made by ricotta cheese (chhana) and Date Palm Sugar (khejurer gur). Date Palm Sugar (khejurer gur) has unique smell which makes this dessert extraordinary. It is a very simple dessert with full of flavour. I used sugar and Date Palm Sugar (khejurer gur) together to give lite colour. If you want, you use only Date Palm Sugar (khejurer gur) or more or less sugar as per your taste.

N.B. Last year I went to a Sweet shop in Bangladesh, they add plain flour (moida) in the time of making Cheese (chhana) which makes smooth cheese. In every litre milk use 1 tablespoon plain flour (moida) mixed with water, add it when milk is about boiling point and stir well.


• 2 litre milk

• 1/3 cup Date Palm Sugar (khejurer gur)

• 3 tablespoons sugar

How to make:

1. Make Cheese (chhana) from 2 litre milk to follow my chhana recipe. Strain well.

2. Heat the wide pan with cheese and cook it on low heat 4 minutes (Stir it continuously).

3. Add sugar and gur; cook it till it starts leaving aside and becomes like dough. Remove it from heat and put it into a bowl.

4. Let Khejurer Gurer Sondesh / Cheese Fudge with Date Palm Sugar cools down and then shape it or cut it like your choice.

খেজুরের গুড়ের সন্দেশ


• ২লিটার দুধ

• ১/৩ কাপ খেজুরের গুড়

• ৩ টেবিল চামচ  চিনি


১ . আমার ছানা রেসিপি অনুসরণ করে ২ লিটার দুধ থেকে ছানাকরুন |

২ . ছানা কম আঁচে ৪মিনিট জ্বাল দিন (ঘন ঘন নাড়ুন)|

৩ . চিনি এবং গুড় যোগ করুন; ছানা আঠালো হয়ে কড়াই থেকে উঠে আসতে শুরু করলে নামান এবং একটি বাটিতে ঢালুন|

৪ . ঠান্ডা হলে আপনার পছন্দ মত কেটে পরিবেশন করুন মজাদার খেজুরের গুড়ের সন্দেশ |


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Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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