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Times Food
06th November, 2019 12:30 IST

Chanar Bara is a lesser known Bengali sweet dish recipe that will be loved and relished by people of all ages. Bengal is famous for its sweet dishes and this one is also one of the gems from the state’s sweet treasure. Chanar Bara recipe is easy and can eb prepared quickly at home and needs little dexterity . All you need to do is soak deep-fried paneer batter in sugar syrup and serve. If you are the type of person who likes the occasional sweet binge, Chanar Bara is the perfect dish for you. This simple sweet dish will provide you with just the right amount of sweetness. Chanar Bara is ideal for people with a sweet tooth who want to try something new and different to satiate the sweet cravings. The preparation of this easy dessert will fetch you compliments and praises from all your guests. Serve this Bengali sweet dish at your kitty party, pot luck, buffet or any other special occasion and watch your friends and family lick their fingers as they relish the sweet flavours of the dessert. Be prepared to receive tons of requests to share the recipe of this easy to make dessert. So, follow this step by step recipe to make this simple sweet dish and enjoy with friends and family.


1/2 teaspoon green cardamom

250 gm flour

150 gm paneer

1 cup ghee

1 cup sugar

1 tablespoon milk

How to make Chanar Bara

Step 1

To start with this enticing dish, first, mash paneer and keep aside. Next, in a small bowl, combine together 1/2 tbsp ghee, flour and milk. Stir well to avoid lumps. You should obtain a thin batter, add more milk if required.

Step 2

Now, stir in the mashed paneer in this batter. Mix thoroughly. Also, add cardamom powder and stir very well to mix.

Step 3

In another bowl, mix sugar and water together to prepare sugar syrup of thin consistency.

Step 4

Take a wok, keep it on medium flame and heat ghee in it. Give batter any shape desired and deep fry by dropping a spoonful in the wok. Let it turn golden brown in colour.

Step 5

Take the sugar syrup and dip the fried batter in it for approx two hours. Take out and sprinkle some sugar on top. Your Chanar Bara is ready to serve.

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