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How to make bengali mihidana and the ingredients you need plus nutritions facts for mihidana,


Recipe Name: Mihidana

Category: Vegetarian

Cuisine: Bengali

Course: Sweets

Recipe Main Ingredient: Besan



Mihidana Sweets

This is one of the best known Indian sweets, and one of the best in the world. They are usually very sweet, but they don’t taste like sugar. Instead, they’re made from ground almonds, coconut and milk. It is a delicious Indian sweet that is made with jaggery (unrefined cane sugar), cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, and saffron. It is also often mixed with milk or coconut.

Nutritional Facts

Mihidana is a sweet made from ghee and sugar, which means that it is high in calories. But this doesn’t mean that you should stop eating it. In fact, you should eat it as a snack. You can get about 200 calories in 1/2 cup of Mihidana. The fat in Mihidana is mostly saturated, and it is also high in cholesterol. So you should limit yourself to only 2 or 3 small pieces per day. There are no added preservatives, flavors, or colors in Mihidana, so it is safe to eat.

When you eat Mihidana, try to eat it with some fresh fruit and vegetables. This will help keep your digestive system working properly. Mihidana has a low glycemic index, which means that it won’t cause you to spike your blood sugar.

Recipe Brief Description : Mihidan is made from gram flour and the mixture dropped in hot oil through sieve and soaked in sugar syrup.

Recipe Ingredients

  • Besan – 250 gram
  • Oil for deep fry
  • Sugar – 2 cup
  • Water as required
  • Dry fruits – 1/2 cup (mixed)Cooking Time: 30 minutesPreparation Method:
  • In a bowl mix besan or gram flour with enough water to form a thin liquid paste which is free flowing.
  • To make a sugar syrup add 1 cup water, sugar and allow it boil for about 5-6 minutes.
  • In a deep pan heat oil and pass the besan batter through a sieve so that it forms small round balls. Fry them on medium flame till it turn golden brown.
  • Now, transfer them to the sugar syrup. Allow it to soak for about 30 minutes and then drain the excess water and keep aside.
  • To this mix finely chopped dry fruits.