Recipe- Make and eat this special sweet on Holi, the taste will be such that you will keep licking your fingers!


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Holi, the festival of colours, is just around the corner. Various delicious dishes are prepared during this festival. Making Gujhiya, a special sweet, is a tradition in many households. Today we will share the recipe of the famous Bengali sweet Laung Lata. This sweet is also popular in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. It can be prepared instantly and also has a pleasant clove aroma. Let us know about its recipe.


Chopped dry fruits - about half a cup 

Flour - 50 grams

Khoya - 25 grams

Coconut powder - half teaspoon

Poppy seeds - half teaspoon

Whole cloves - 5-6

Cardamom - 1-2

Rose water - 1 teaspoon

Ghee - 200 grams

Sugar - 100 grams


-First of all, sift the flour and add one teaspoon of melted ghee and minimum water to it and knead a soft dough.

- Fry the khoya in a pan on low flame till it becomes light golden.

- Add coconut, cardamom powder, poppy seeds and chopped dry fruits to khoya and mix well.

- Make syrup by adding sugar and a cup of water to another pan. Cook it until it becomes a string consistency.

When the syrup is ready, add rose water to it, mix and turn off the flame.

-To make Clove Lata, take small balls of dough and roll them into small balls.

-Now fill one tablespoon of filling in a rolled roti, close it from all sides and put cloves on top.

- Heat ghee in a pan and fry the cloves till they turn golden.

- After frying, soak the cloves in syrup for 15-20 minutes.

-After getting wet, take them out and keep them on a plate. Enjoy it now.